NFL Pro Football Sports Betting 2016 Odds to Win NFC East Division

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With the start of training camp just a few weeks away it is a good time to check out the NFL odds to win the NFL East division. The Cowboys surprised many with their outstanding regular season record. Question is can the Redskins, Giants and Eagles get closer to Dallas in the standings.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the Dallas Cowboys the +125 odds favorites to win the NFC East division. Dallas compiled a 13-3 regular season record. Tony Romo suffered an injury in the preseason so it was rookie Dak Prescott earning the starting job with his good work in relief. This sent Tony Romo into retirement. Dallas had the best offensive line in the NFL and rookie Ezekiel Elliot rushed for 1631 yards. Prescott completed 67.8% of his throws with 23 touchdowns and 4 picks. In the NFC Championship, the Cowboys defense struggled making stops on quarterback Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers weapons in the passing game. Dallas must replace offensive lineman Doug Free and two starters from their secondary. Dallas was 26th against the pass last year.

The Giants are second favorite in the betting at +230 odds. New York beat Dallas twice in their NFC East regular season meetings. They finished with a 11-5 record as they saw the play of their defense improve. The Giants were second in the NFL in points allowed at just 17.8 per game. A concern is the arm strength for veteran quarterback Eli Manning who many see on the decline.

Third in the wagering are the Philadelphia Eagles lined at +330 odds. The Eagles were last in the NFC East in 2016 with a mark of 7-9. Doug Pederson returns for his second year with the team which saw improvement in the play of their defense. Carson Wentz enters his second year as the starting quarterback. In his rookie campaign, Wentz completed 62.4% of his passes for 3792 yards with 16 touchdowns and 14 interceptions.

The longshots to win the NFC East division is the Washington Redskins at +475 odds. Washington 8-7-1 a season ago which was third in the division. Their offense moved the football behind quarterback Kirk Cousins. Redskins defense was 28th in the league allowing 378 yards per game.

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