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2021 NFC East Bets: NFL Props For Division Winner & Exact Finish

Posted: Jun 1, 2021Last updated: Jun 1, 2021

Here are The Game Day’s 2021 NFC East Bets: NFL Futures & Props For Division Winner & Finish. Odds for 2021 NFC East Bets are current as of May 27 and provided by our friends at BetMGM, who offer new players a Risk-Free Bet for up to $600. Sign up to claim this offer and start placing 2021 NFC East futures today.

2021 NFC East Bets: NFL Props For Division Winner & Exact Finish

2021 NFC East Division Winner Odds


2021 NFC East Division Winner Bet: Dallas Cowboys (+100)

The Dallas Cowboys with Dak Prescott should still take down the weakest division in pro football. The Cowboys without Dak makes this a crapshoot. I couldn’t personally bet on either of the other three teams in this division to win it just because of how bad these three teams are on paper. The Football Team has a solid defense, the Eagles have a hectic situation offensively, and the Giants are always all over the place. Smart money stays on Dallas.


2021 NFC East Division 2nd-Place Finisher Bet: Washington Football Team (+225)

I strongly view the Washington Football Team as the second-best team in this division, and the +225 odds on them coming in second in the division are too good to pass up. This is something I would be placing action on personally. The defense is just too strong to count out and the Football Team might not be making the playoffs, but they may still be able to finish second anyways.


2021 NFC East Division Exact Outcome: Cowboys-Football Team-Eagles-Giants (+675)

How is this +675? The Cowboys should wind up as the winner of this division fairly easily with the Giants fairly easily coming in last. While the middle two teams are undoubtedly up for interpretation, this order is +675 and the Football Team and Eagles switching spots can be had at +750. Placing a unit on both would guarantee at least a +4.75 unit win if one of them were to hit.

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Daniel Preciado

Daniel is a current student at Syracuse University in the sports analytics program where he is minoring in economics and cognitive science. He is an occasional guest speaker for the Society of American Baseball Research and is a yearly participant in numerous high-stakes fantasy leagues across multiple sports. Prior to joining The Game Day, Daniel has written for Prospects Live, Fantrax, FanSided, and countless Dodgers blogs.

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