Dallas Cowboys: Super Bowl odds latest, Saints, Rams, Eagles

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says he's rooting for Eagles over the Bears

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says he's rooting for Eagles over the Bears

Sean Koerner, our Director of Predictive Analytics, made the following power ratings for this game in the immediate aftermath of Wild Card Weekend. An Eagles-Colts Super Bowl is among the biggest long shots.

Who'd of thought that just two years ago after a disastrous debut in LA that featured a 4-12 season, an 0-7 top overall draft pick at quarterback, and the firing of a name coach who was better at underachieving than actually achieving.

It also went 170-84 on straight-up National Football League picks during the regular season, ranking inside the top 10 on NFLPickWatch.com.

No wild-card team had a more dominant win than Indianapolis. Anyone who has followed it is way up. A Super Bowl rematch between the Eagles and Patriots is given 20/1 odds.

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The NFC North champion Chicago Bears are the No. 3 seed, and their game tomorrow against the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles will determine Dallas' next opponent. The Cowboys bring a 10-6 regular season record and a 24-22 wildcard win against the Seattle Seahawks to a Coliseum where fan support for the visitors will be a significant deal.

One team the model likes when evaluating the 2019 Super Bowl odds: the Chiefs, who are going off at 9-2.

So, do oddsmakers give Dallas a better chance to reach the big game now that the playoff field has been re-shuffled? It's also releasing its Super Bowl favorite only at SportsLine. And which long shot has all the value? The Chiefs are involved in two of the three most likely Super Bowl scenarios.

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