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As one of the NFL’s most evenly-matched divisions, choosing a winner is a rewarding challenge for even the most seasoned punters. OddsChecker covers the Eagles, Giants, Cowboys, and Washington Football Team throughout the year so you have access to the latest information for the 2021-22 season.
Reading odds to win NFC East (or any NFL division) is simple. Choosing a division winner is a futures bet, as it covers the outcome of an event far ahead of schedule. The most popular futures wagers on the NFL include division winners, conference winners, and Super Bowl champions.
Futures bets like those offered on NFC East odds predict the outright winner of an event, similar to a moneyline bet. As such, division odds are written in a standard moneyline format. The favorite has odds written with a minus (-) sign before them, while the other three teams will have a plus (+) sign before their odds. These indicate the underdog(s).
Calculating potential winnings is easy on a futures bet. The underdogs (written with a plus sign) show what a bettor stands to win on a $100 wager. The favorite, on the other hand, shows what a bettor must wager in order to win $100.
Let’s take a quick look at an example of odds to win NFC East:
Dallas Cowboys -220
Washington Football Team +280
Those who wager on the favorite Cowboys would need to put down $220 in order to net a $100 payout should they win. On the other hand, a bettor would wager $100 to win $280 on the Washington Football Team winning the NFC East.
In the case of the NFC East, the teams are more closely matched than others, which means not every sportsbook will list a favorite with a minus (-) sign. Instead, each team may be considered a fair shot until the season progresses toward playoffs and will be written with a plus (+) sign.
The NFC East is contested between the Dallas Cowboys, Washington Football Team, New York Giants, and Philadelphia Eagles. In addition to being one of the most evenly-matched divisions, it’s also got two teams with some of the most fanatical fandoms in sports (Eagles and Cowboys), which makes the division that much more interesting to follow/
NFC East odds are listed below. Be sure to check back throughout the preseason and regular season, as odds to win NFC East are updated by sportsbooks as they analyze a team’s live performance and make their picks. As the season progresses, odds are more accurate—but they also lessen in value.
As mentioned above, there’s no clear favorite given in odds to win NFC East (at least for now). The Cowboys, Washington Football Team, and Giants are all in potential standing to become the champion.
NFC East Odds
Dallas Cowboys +125
Washington Football Team +260
New York Giants +350
Philadelphia Eagles +500
According to NFC East odds, the Philadelphia Eagles are expected to finish last in the division—but that hasn’t stopped the team from becoming one of the most-backed in the futures betting market. However, this seems to be a push from fans and those interested in using a free bet on a heavy underdog, as the Eagles are in the early stages of a full rebuild.
They’ve got Jalen Hurts, who will need to surpass his 2020 stats if he wants to lead Philly’s overhaul. He’ll have Heisman Trophy recipient WR DeVonta Smith on his side, who was drafted in the offseason, but it’s not likely enough to give them an edge in the NFC East in 2021-22.
The heat is back on for the New York Giants. With one of the most cut-throat coaching turnovers in the NFL, new GM Dave Gettleman is down to the wire and will be looking at head coach Joe Judge to show results this season.
The Giants weren’t able to nab a wide receiver at the Draft. They signed Kenny Golladay, who should be able to offer critical support for the offense. Will it be enough to see them compete meaningfully and boost their current NFC East odds?
Pundits are anticipating quarterback Dak Prescott to be back in action and healthier than ever, which is one key reason the Cowboys may have victory within their reach. During the offseason, the Cowboys stayed quiet in both free agency and the draft.
Though they picked up talents in Keanu Neal and Micah Parsons, most attention from pundits will be paying attention to Mike McCarthy and his staff as they enter their second season. It’s go time.
After an injury-ridden season for the Cowboys and Giants, the Washington Football Team surprised NFL fans with a 7-9 record that saw them win the division despite lower opening odds to win NFC East. However, it seems the team took a step back when they failed to draft a new quarterback that can lead them.
Though they’ve got Ryan Fitzpatrick (who proved capable with the Dolphins), most pundits will be keeping their eye on wide receiver Terry McLaurin to see if he can convert Fitzpatrick’s magic into touchdowns. Once again, it looks like Washington may be in a prime position to surpass their opening NFC East odds.
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