NFL Pro Football Sports Betting 2018 Odds to Win NFC East Division

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The NFC East division delivered the Super Bowl Champions as the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the New England Patriots. NFC East had only one playoff team in 2017 as the division was down from recent seasons. With training camp upcoming let’s look at the odds to win the NFC East Division.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the defending Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles lined as a +165 odds favorite to win the NFC East. Second in the wagering are the Dallas Cowboys at +325 odds. Longshots are the New York Giants at +550 odds and the Washington Redskins at +800 odds.

Philadelphia Eagles—Starting quarterback Carson Wentz was lost late in the season with a knee injury. Backup Nick Foles stepped in and help lead the Eagles to their Super Bowl title. In 2017 Wentz completed 60.2% of his throws with 33 touchdowns. At 25 years old he is young enough to overcome his severe injury. Strong weapons in the passing game in Alshon Jeffery, Mike Wallace and Nelson Agholor. Jay Ajayi and Darren Sproles gives the Eagles production in their run game.

Dallas Cowboys—Dallas finished second in the NL East last year with a 9-7 record. They need to improve on a 3-5 home mark. Cowboys were playoff quality on the road at 6-2. Dallas underperformed in their passing game finishing 26th in the league. Ezekiel Elliot missed six games last year. His numbers dipped a bit from his rookie year with 4.1 yards per carry average compared to 5.1 in 2016. Dez Bryant and Jason Whitten exit.

New York Giants—Team was the biggest disappointments in the league finishing in last place at 3-13. A coaching change was made. New York took several injury hits to their team. Odell Beckham Jr. missed 12 games due to a season ending injury. Brandon Marshall played in only five games prior to his season ending injury. Giants must improve on a defense that ranked 31st overall allowing 379 yards per game. They were poor defending the pass giving up 252 yards which was also 31st in the league.

Washington Redskins—Washington failed to earn a playoff spot finishing at 7-9. They allowed quarterback Kirk Cousins leave in free agency and acquired Alex Smith. What Washington gets in Smith is a quarterback that does not hurt his team with turnovers. Smith did show the ability to throw downfield last season erasing the dink and dunk stigma he had all his career. Redskins must improve on the 28th ranked rushing attack and their worst ranked rushing defense in the league.

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