NFL Pro Football Sports Betting 2019 Odds to Win NFC East Division

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A new NFL season is approaching so it is a good time to check out the odds to win the NFC East division. It did produce a Super Bowl Champion two seasons ago in the Philadelphia Eagles, but they failed to get past the divisional round of the playoffs. NFC East did produce two playoff teams last year.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the Philadelphia Eagles the +100 odds favorite to win the NFC East. After their Super Bowl victory, the Eagles finished at 9-7 overall and won a playoff game at home to Chicago then lost in the Divisional Round at home to New Orleans 20-14. They lost their backup quarterback Nick Foles to Jacksonville as Carson Wentz is healthy and remains the starting quarterback. There was a drop off offensively in 2019 as the team averaged 22 points and ran for only 3.8 yards per rush. In the draft the team selected offensive lineman Andre Dillard out of Washington St and running back Miles Sanders from Penn St. Pass defense fell off last season as the team allowed 272 yards per game.

Second in the wagering are the Dallas Cowboys who return +140 odds. Dallas finished at 10-6 last year winning the NFL East division. They beat Seattle in an NFC Wildcard game 24-22. In the Divisional Round the team traveled to the LA Rams and were beaten 30-22 as they struggled defending the Rams running game. Head coach Jason Garrett did not get a contract extension in the offseason, so he enters the final year of his contract. Dallas has missed the playoffs in five of his eight seasons. Cowboys picked up in free agency Randall Cobb a wide receiver from Green Bay and tight end Jason Witten returns from a one year retirement. Their first pick in the draft was Trysten Hill a defensive end from UCF.

Next are the Washington Redskins at +800 odds. Head coach Jay Gruden enters his sixth season with the team. They have failed to make the playoffs in three straight seasons and come off back to back 7-9 seasons. Offense was a major issue for Washington last season scoring only 18 points and gaining 300 yards per game. Redskins must improve a passing game that generated only 189 yards passing per game. Injuries to the starting and backup quarterback impacted the team. Quarterback Alex Smith suffered a major leg fracture that could impact his ability to play again. Team signed Case Keenum to start. With their first pick in the draft the team selected Ohio St quarterback Dwayne Haskin and with their third pick Terry McLaurin a wide out from Ohio St. Also drafted was running back Bryce Love out of Stanford.

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