Dallas Cowboys

What are the Dallas Cowboys’ odds to win next year’s Super Bowl?

The Dallas Cowboys were among the darlings of Vegas oddsmakers a year ago. Most pegged them as favorites to represent the NFC in Super Bowl LII.

That didn’t happen, of course. Instead, NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles became the darlings of the league and earned the organization’s first Super Bowl championship with a thrilling 41-33 victory over the New England Patriots on Sunday.

As the Eagles and Philadelphia plan their celebrations, the rest of the football world looks ahead to next year. And the early signs indicate a hint of skepticism for the Cowboys going into 2018.

The Cowboys have 24-to-1 odds to win Super Bowl LIII next season, according to MyTopSportsbooks.com. That’s tied for the eighth-best odds in the league.

The favorties? None other than the runner ups of this season, the Patriots, who are pegged at 7-to-1 even though the futures of Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and Rob Gronkowski hang in the balance.

The reigning champion Eagles have the second-best odds at 10-to-1 followed by the Pittsburgh Steelers (14/1), Los Angeles Rams (15/1) and Minnesota Vikings (16/1). The Green Bay Packers and New Orleans Saints are each at 19-to-1.

Then enter the Cowboys that are in a group of three with 24-to-1 odds along with the Houston Texans and Atlanta Falcons. The Cowboys’ other NFC East rivals are relative long shots with the Washington Redskins (64/1) and New York Giants (74/1) checking in among the bottom 10.

The biggest long shots, as expected, are the Cleveland Browns. The Browns completed an 0-16 season and have 124-to-1 odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy at the end of next season.

A look at all the odds to win Super Bowl LIII:

New England Patriots: 7/1

Philadelphia Eagles: 10/1

Pittsburgh Steelers: 14/1

Los Angeles Rams: 15/1

Minnesota Vikings: 16/1

Green Bay Packers: 19/1

New Orleans Saints: 19/1

Houston Texans: 24/1

Atlanta Falcons: 24/1

Dallas Cowboys: 24/1

Carolina Panthers: 29/1

Jacksonville Jaguars: 29/1

Seattle Seahawks: 29/1

Denver Broncos: 39/1

San Francisco 49ers: 39/1

Los Angeles Chargers: 39/1

Indianapolis Colts: 49/1

Kansas City Chiefs: 49/1

Baltimore Ravens: 49/1

Tennessee Titans: 49/1

Oakland Raiders: 59/1

Detroit Lions: 59/1

Arizona Cardinals: 59/1

Washington Redskins: 64/1

Miami Dolphins: 74/1

New York Giants: 74/1

Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 74/1

Buffalo Bills: 84/1

Cincinnati Bengals: 84/1

Chicago Bears: 99/1

New York Jets: 99/1

Cleveland Browns: 124/1

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