Found January 18, 2012 on Buzz On Broad:
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Eagles owner Jeffery Lurie said that he believes Andy Reid can get the job done next year, and Las Vegas apparently agrees.

Even though the 2012 season is not yet over, the odds for next seasons Super Bowl winner is already out. The Eagles came in at 12-1, leaving them tied for 4th.

It's easy to understand why- the Eagles have one of the most talented teams in the league, and Vegas is hoping that gamblers count on them putting it all together next season.

The 12-1 odds give the Eagles the best odds in the NFC East, with the New York Giants (20-1), Dallas Cowboys (20-1) and Washington Redskins (100-1) all coming in behind the Eagles.

The Green Bay Packers are the favorite for next season with 5-1 odds.

The complete list is below:

1) Packers: 5 to 1
2) Saints: 6 to 1
3) Patriots: 8 to 1
t-4) Steelers: 12 to 1
t-4) Eagles: 12 to 1
t-4) Ravens: 12 to 1
t-7) Texans: 15 to 1
t-7) Chargers 15 to 1
t-9) Giants: 20 to 1
t-9) 49ers: 20 to 1
t-9) Cowboys: 20 to 1
t-9) Jets: 20 to 1
t-9) Falcons: 20 to 1
t-9) Lions: 20 to 1
15) Bears: 30 to 1
t-16) Bengals: 40 to 1
t-16) Colts: 40 to 1
t-16) Panthers: 40 to 1
t-19) Chiefs: 50 to 1
t-19) Dolphins: 50 to 1
t-19) Raiders: 50 to 1
t-19) Cardinals: 50 to 1
t-19) Seahawks: 50 to 1
t-19) Titans: 50 to 1
t-19) Broncos: 50 to 1
t-19) Bills: 50 to 1
t-19) Vikings: 50 to 1
t-19) Buccaneers: 50 to 1
t-29) Browns: 100 to 1
t-29) Redskins: 100 to 1
t-29) Rams: 100 to 1
t-29) Jaguars: 100 to 1

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