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Super Bowl Betting Odds for NFC East Teams

There is no clear championship contender in the NFC East for the first time in a few years. The Philadelphia Eagles are about as close as the division gets to having a shot at the Super Bowl. Despite what the NFL odds say, the Dallas Cowboys are not championship material. We don’t need to spend much time on the New York Giants or Washington Commanders as the NFC East as a group has some work to do to regain their competitiveness.


Super Bowl Betting Odds for NFC East Teams
Jake Elliott #4 of the Philadelphia Eagles celebrates | Julio Aguilar/Getty Images/AFP

1. Philadelphia Eagles (+1600)

It wasn’t long ago the Philadelphia Eagles were a dominant 10-1, leading the NFL lines for Super Bowl 58. Then, Week 13 of the last NFL season happened, and the Eagles lost five of their last six games before getting crushed by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Wild Card round of the playoffs.

After such a complete and total meltdown, I find it hard to believe this team can rebound in 2024. It seems BetUS Sportsbook agrees and has the Eagles’ Vegas NFL odds in dark-horse territory, with the Detroit Lions and Buffalo Bills getting more love.

With major coaching staff changes and one of the worst defenses in the league, the Eagles are a risky bet online that I’m going to pass on.



2. Dallas Cowboys (+1600)

It’s now or never for the Dallas Cowboys, with both Dak Prescott and coach Mike McCarthy heading into the final years of their respective contracts. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the Cowboys aren’t going all the way and I think their Super Bowl odds are laughable, considering how poorly they do in the playoffs.

The Cowboys have an impressive 37 wins in the last three years, but just one of those was a playoff game. Prescott has never made it past the divisional round, and this time next year, he will likely be preparing to underperform for a whole new team.



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3. New York Giants (+10000)

It’s time for the Giants to push or get off the pot regarding free agent running back Saquon Barkley. They must decide whether to commit to the oft-injured but talented back or move on to another option.

In the short term, it doesn’t matter who is in the Giants’ backfield. The rest of the team is a mess, and there is no one non-quarterback in the league that the Giants can build around. And, no, Daniel Jones is not the guy.

Drafting a QB would be an intriguing move, but would only cement the G-Men as a rebuilding franchise.

4. Washington Commanders (+15000)

If it weren’t for the Carolina Panthers, the Washington Commanders would likely be the worst team in the NFL next season. So obviously, they aren’t worth a look to win the Super Bowl even with profitable odds at +15000.

The good news is that Washington has a new owner committed to returning the franchise to the glory days of their last Super Bowl in 1991.



Questions of the Day

Which team is the favorite to win Super Bowl 59?

According to our BetUS Sportsbook, the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs are co-favorites at +600 to win Super Bowl 59.

Which NFC East team is a good bet to win Super Bowl 59?

Despite my negative feelings toward the Eagles, as far as NFC East teams go, they are the only potential champion in the bunch.


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