NFC East Division Winner Futures Odds and Preview

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The NFC defending champion Eagles have the best betting odds to win the NFC East but the Cowboys are not far behind.


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Here are the odds and mini previews for all of the NFC East teams.

Eagles -135

The Eagles won the NFC last season and QB Jalen Hurts came in second in the MVP voting and signed a huge contract in the off-season. He has some big-time weapons with WRs A.J. Brown (1,496 yards 11 TD) and DeVonta Smith (1,196 yards 7 TD) and TE Dallas Goedert chimed in for over 700 yards with three TD despite missing five games. The run game is a little concerning, as Miles Sanders had a career year with 1,296 yards but bolted to the Panthers in free agency. The team did pick up the oft-injured Rashaad Penny and D’Andre Swift and they will carry the load.

The defense was solid last season and may be even better with the addition of two solid linebackers in Myles Jack and Zach Cunningham. Philly has a killer stretch from November 5 until December 17th where they face the Cowboys twice as well as the Chiefs, Bills, 49ers, and Seahawks.


Cowboys +195

The Cowboys made the playoffs last season and even won a playoff game but with the team they have it is Super Bowl or bust. Even missing time with an injury last season Dak Prescott had a solid season. CeeDee Lamb is a star WR that was Prescott’s main target and Michael Gallup should be back to form after his injury last season. The team drafted TE Luke Schoonmaker to take over for the departed Dalton Schultz. Tony Pollard is coming back from injury and will be the lead back with Ezekiel Elliot gone. Dallas also may have a diamond in the rough in drafting Deuce Vaughn in the sixth round.

America’s Team has a solod defense led by star Micah Parsons but they have issues up front and have already lost two linebackers for the season due to injuries in DeMarvion Overshown and John Stephens. The Cowboys’ schedule is not the toughest but after their first few games they do have a stretch where in four games they face the 49ers, Chargers, and Eagles.


Giants +900

The Giants finally got a good season out of QB Daniel Jones and rewarded him with a hefty contract. Saquon Barkley rushed for nearly 1,300 yards with 10 TD and he stayed healthy and his health is key for the team this season. The WR corps was pretty good last season led by Darius Slayton and Isaiah Hodgins and New York was busy giving Jones more weapons bringing in WRs Parris Campbell, Cole Beasley, Jamison Crowder, Jeff Smith and TE Darren Waller.

The Giants had a solid defense last season and they may be better this season bringing some good players, especially up front. They have a tough start to the season with five of their first six games facing the Cowboys, 49ers, Seahawks, Dolphins, and Bills.

Commanders +1300


The Commanders have a positive new outlook with toxic owner Daniel Snyder gone. The team will start second year QB Sam Howell, who saw little action last season but has looked impressive in the preseason. Eric Bieniemy is the new offensive coordinator and he held that position with the Chiefs winning two Super Bowls. He has some talent to work with in skill players such as WRs Terry McLaurin and Jahan Dotson and the RB duo of Antonio Gibson and Brian Robinson. Head coach Ron Rivera may be on the hot season in his fourth season but there is a breath of fresh air in the Nation’s Capital with a new owner.

The defense is loaded up front but there are still concerns in the secondary. Getting off to a good start in the tough NFC East is key and four of their first six games, including their first two, come facing teams that did not make the playoffs last season.

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