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NFC East Odds

The NFC East odds were perhaps the biggest surprise of all the NFL divisional odds as it is the exact opposite of what we saw last year.

Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys take their unbeaten road record into Philadelphia for a crucial NFC East clash against the Eagles.

Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys take their unbeaten road record into Philadelphia for a crucial NFC East clash against the Eagles.

Last year, Washington, Philadelphia, New York and Dallas finished in that order of ranking. The Odds have the finish being the exact reverse order.

NFC East Odds: Dallas Cowboys

Every season the futures expect the Cowboys to finally have a turn around season. Last season, they were the worst team to bet on, tied for worst ATS in the NFL (4-11-1).

Now Dallas has 7/4 odds and are ranked at the top of the division. The team struggled to stay healthy last season and the books are expecting them to stay healthy this season.

NFC East Odds: New York Giants

The Giants have 5/2 odds to take the division this season. The Giants defense was atrocious last season allowing nearly 28 points per game. That made them a favorite among betters betting on the OVER on the totals.

Big defensive free agency moves have bettors excited about this team again. The offense should also remain strong.

NFC East Odds: Philadelphia Eagles

NFC East Odds (10/3)
NFC Title Odds (20/1)
Super Bowl Odds (50/1)

The Eagles are going to look like a completely different team this season. They ditched Chip Kelly and are looking to hit reset for the second time in the last couple season.

Philadelphia are 10/3 to win the NFC East this season, which puts them at third.

NFC East Odds: Washington Redskins

The Redskins found their rhythm at the tail end of the season last year going 4-0 against the spread to finish the season.

Kirk Cousins had a breakout season last year and will play under a franchise tag this year. Whether or not this will effect Cousins play is a question mark hurting this team’s odds which is why they are on the bottom of the division.

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