2015 NFC East Division Futures Odds & Prediction


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NFC East DivisionPayouts for futures bets are usually better than even, or greater than +100, so the amount staked is much less than the potential payout. Of course, the inherent risk of futures betting is the unknown of the future.

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Some of the best offensive talent in the NFL resides in the NFC East, which is the absolute most unpredictable division in football. The Dallas Cowboys are favored to repeat as division champs with the most effective quarterback in the division under center in Tony Romo. The ‘Boys will have to cope with questions at running back and on defense, though. The Philadelphia Eagles had the absolute most active offseason revamping their offense to Chip Kelly’s up-tempo style. Will it be adequate to avoid another late season collapse? Odell Beckham Jr. burst onto the scene a year ago with highlight reel grabs to greatly help Eli Manning to a lifetime career season, but a poor defense will cost the New York Giants an attempt at the division title. The Washington Redskins made several moves which actually made sense, an indicator that new management is serious this time about creating a winner.

DALLAS COWBOYS +120 – Wins O/U: 9.5
The Cowboys will have to answer questions at running back and cornerback and make certain Dez Bryant is happy, however the schedule-maker has been somewhat favorable. They’ve back-to-back games against teams with winning records in 2014 just once. In the next half the growing season, they play just two teams that had winning records in 2014. Based off what we realize now, the Cowboys could win consecutive NFC East titles

The Cowboys have the roster in place to win another division title but will more than likely have to win by scoring a lot of points. And that could be a problem if the running game suffers. Dallas used the rush attack to setup the passing game, taking pressure off Romo. If too much burden is put on his shoulders the Cowboys could crumble. Prediction: 11-5


You have to hand it to Chip Kelly. After a second straight 10-6 season, the evil genius, now in control of all personnel moves, is wheeling and dealing as if he was playing fantasy football for the first time. But lost in all the sexy headlines is Philly’s obvious improvement on defense with cornerbacks Byron Maxwell and Eric Rowe, safety Walter Thurmond and linebacker Kiko Alonso.

As wild as the offseason has been, the Eagles do seem to be better and younger on paper. Whether some of those key pieces can stay healthy, now, is another matter entirely. It’s impossible to forecast anything but the record that Kelly has posted in each of his first two seasons in the NFL. When you factor in all the change Kelly has brought about – at quarterback, at running back, at wide receiver, in the secondary – the Eagles are especially difficult to project this year. Prediction: 10-6

NEW YORK GIANTS +350 – Wins O/U: 8

Here’s the good news: Tom Coughlin won a Super Bowl in his fourth season in New York and again in his eighth season. And the veteran coach is now entering his 12th season. We’re just sayin. Or, more likely, this is the end of an era, in what shapes up to be a playoffs or bust season for the coach.

Under new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo and a bounce back season from quarterback Eli Manning, the Giants put together a decent offensive team, particularly through the air. Partly responsible was Odell Beckham Jr., who is easily the most explosive receiver in the game. And if Victor Cruz returns to health the G-Men possess the best receiving duo in the NFL. The Giants’ win total has decreased in each of the last three years and the pressure is on coach Coughlin to get the G-Men back to the playoffs. If not, adios coach. Prediction: 8-8


New general manager Scott McCloughan did a nice job addressing the issues that affected the team last season, proving that new management is serious about turning this franchise around. Both lines were a disaster last season and that was an area of emphasis for the new GM and he delivered with several impactful signings. We still need to see how those moves play out and Jay Gruden still must prove himself as a head coach.

Obviously Robert Griffin III’s knee injury has taken a toll and he’s not the dynamic dual-threat quarterback he was during his 2012 rookie season. But RG3 can still fit the mold of a pass-first player and a smart runner, similar to the new-wave of QBs we’ve seen like Russell Wilson and Cam Newton. The Redskins flew under the radar this offseason, avoiding flashy big-name players while still upgrading areas of need. The season looks promising with a rebuilt defense and proven offensive stars. If RG3 can stay health and protected while regaining his rookie season form, the ‘Skins have a chance to be a surprise. Prediction: 6-10

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