- The Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl LVII odds shortened from +500 to +475 after trading for Robert Quinn.
- Assisting in QB pressure can help the Eagles already-impressive secondary, which proves to be a major factor in winning Super Bowls.
PHILADELPHIA – The Chicago Bears traded Robert Quinn on Wednesday to the Philadelphia Eagles.
In return, the Chicago Bears will be dealt a fourth-round pick. The Bears will also cover the majority of his salary on the year.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 26, 2022
Upon the news, Super Bowl betting odds shortened for the Eagles. Sitting as the second-shortest, they kept their position but moved from +500 to +475.
With every Super Bowl betting site featuring different odds, shopping lines is always key.
Eagles Super Bowl LVII Betting Odds
Though Quinn is not what he once was, his impact will be felt. On the field for about 66% of plays this season, his three quarterback hits and solo sack are well below his season production last year.
Still, now on the Eagles, Quinn will get to experience playoff football for only the third time in his career. Being impactful in his previous two games, this trade focuses on depth into the postseason.
Robert Quinn Playoff Stats
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With over 100 career sacks and 176 QB hits, Quinn will join an Eagles defense that falls just outside of the top 10 in sacks.
Pressure added from Quinn may not lead to sacks but could rush quarterbacks. With the Eagles just an interception away from tying the league-leading Bills in INTS (10), this may the final piece needed to strengthen the Eagles Super Bowl odds.
Over the last seven Super Bowls, the team allowing the lesser passing yards on the season has won six of them. This shows the importance of pass rushing and corner play in the Super Bowl.
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