So says ESPN:

Foles isn’t going to be Carson Wentz, but the comparison is irrelevant at this point. If he can just be the guy from Week 15, when he threw for 237 yards and four touchdowns against the Giants, the Eagles should be OK. It’s hardly out of the question that Foles shows up and looks better with a week of extra practice time against the Falcons, who ranked 19th in pass defense DVOA this season. The Giants were 20th. The Eagles still have a great defense, and there’s a decent chance they’ll be at home facing Case Keenum in the NFC Championship Game.

And yet, unlike the five teams ahead of them on this list, Foles & Co. will be underdogs against any non-Titans team in the Super Bowl and would likely be a double-digit underdog against the Patriots or Steelers. Teams have managed to pull this off before — the 1990 Giants won a Super Bowl with Jeff Hostetler entering the lineup in December — but the odds are against the Eagles.

What would help: The Titans beating the Patriots. This will be a popular request from our playoff teams, but given that the Eagles are likely to be modest underdogs throughout the NFC playoffs, eliminating a top seed from the AFC takes away one of the power teams that would represent a possible Super Bowl blowout scenario:

http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/page/Barnwellx180108/2017-nfl-playoffs-ranking-easiest-toughest-paths-super-bowl-lii-win