Odds to win the NFC: Eagles favourites, 49ers underdogs
Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles are the favourites to win the NFC. Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles are the favourites to win the NFC. Photo by Matt Slocum/AP.

The Philadelphia Eagles have held the top spot on the NFC odds leaderboard for most of the season and remain atop the rest entering the NFC conference championship game.

The latest: Philadelphia has a good chance to ride its home-field advantage to an NFC title, but the 49ers have been nothing short of dominant for months. These two will battle it out for a spot in the Super Bowl.

Check out the latest NFC odds.

NFC odds

Check out the latest odds to win the NFC. Click linked odds to add selection to betslip.

TeamOdds (Jan. 26)Odds (Jan. 24)
Philadelphia Eagles-148-150
San Francisco 49ers+123+125

Odds as of 1:50 p.m. on 01/26/2023.

Best NFC odds

The favourite: Eagles (-148)

Philadelphia has appeared to be a likely NFC champion ever since it got out to an 8-0 start. A relatively minor injury to quarterback Jalen Hurts is the only thing that's slowed this team down all year.

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The ailment didn't appear to impact the star QB in the divisional round, though. Hurts completed 16-of-24 attempts for 154 yards and two touchdowns in a 38-7 win over the New York Giants. He added another 34 yards and a score on the ground in a game that quickly turned into a rout.

The ground attack found plenty of success against New York. Philadelphia earned 268 rushing yards on 44 carries for an impressive average of 6.1 yards per tote. Kenneth Gainwell actually led the way, totalling 112 yards.

Lane Johnson was another key player who was dealing with an injury. He returned to the lineup and made an immediate difference for the Eagles last weekend despite playing through a torn abductor.

Philadelphia is the rightful favourite at home as the team continues to get healthier.

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Best value: 49ers (+123)

San Francisco's win streak hit 12 games after a win over the Dallas Cowboys in the divisional round.

It was an offensive struggle for both the Cowboys and 49ers, as the squads combined for two touchdowns. Dak Prescott's two interceptions proved costly, however, as Brock Purdy took care of the football and didn't turn it over.

The rushing attack failed to get going against Dallas, averaging an abysmal 3.5 yards per carry on 32 attempts.

San Francisco will be staring into a mirror this upcoming Sunday, though, facing an Eagles team that's equally as impressive on the offensive and defensive lines. Purdy will be under siege facing a Philadelphia defence that led the league in sacks (70) while placing second in pressure percentage (25.5%).

The ground game will have to take pressure off of Purdy, and improve from last week's performance.

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