By Sally Fahey

The Eagles first exo against the Steelers is still six days away and the season opener against the Falcons won’t be played for 34 days at the Linc.

But Vegas is hard at work with some odds for next February 3’s Super Bowl in Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

The Eagles have earned the right as defending champs and early favorites to repeat.

Howie Roseman and company didn’t just rest on the accomplishment of delivering Philly its first ever Super Bowl, they made strong moves to get back to the dance. One of the biggest was the addition of lineman Michael Bennett. The ex-Seahawks standout appears to be impressing.

Meanwhile, the team’s biggest loss was the departure of Patrick Robinson, a castoff slot corner that turned into a gem. He will be missed, but there is optimism that the secondary, led by the safety tandem of Malcolm Jenkins and Rodney McLeod, has some fresh faces ready to step in. Learn the name Sidney Jones. If their secondary improves, watch out.

New England Patriots10/1
Los Angeles Rams13/1
Minnesota Vikings15/1
Pittsburgh Steelers16/1
Green Bay Packers 20/1
Atlanta Falcons 20/1
Houston Texans25/1
Jacksonville Jaguars25/1
New Orleans Saints30/1
Los Angeles Chargers30/1
San Francisco 49ers35/1
Carolina Panthers35/1
Dallas Cowboys40/1
Kansas City Chiefs45/1
Oakland Raiders45/1
Denver Broncos50/1
New York Giants50/1
Detroit Lions55/1
Seattle Seahawks60/1
Tennessee Titans65/1
Baltimore Ravens65/1
Cincinnati Bengals 65/1
Washington Redskins70/1
Indianapolis Colts70/1
Miami Dolphins75/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers75/1
Chicago Bears77/1
Cleveland Browns80/1
Arizona Cardinals85/1
Buffalo Bills90/1
New York Jets100/1