The NFC East delivered three teams to the NFL playoffs last year, led by the Philadelphia Eagles who made a Super Bowl run.
The division was surprisingly the best in football, with each of the four teams finishing .500 or better and an NFL-best .632 win percentage. Whether the teams can duplicate that success in 2023 remains to be seen.
Let’s dig into the latest NFC East winner odds to make a prediction and pick out our favorite sleeper bet.
NFC East Winner Betting Odds 2023
Note: These NFC East betting odds are courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook and are current as of Thursday, June 29, at noon ET. Be careful, as many of these NFL odds may shift as we get closer to the 2023 NFL season.
- Philadelphia Eagles (-125)
- Dallas Cowboys (+190)
- New York Giants (+850)
- Washington Commanders (+1200)
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The Eagles rolled through the regular season and NFC playoffs, going 14-3 and winning 16 of 18 games started by MVP runner-up Jalen Hurts. Philadelphia was 4-2 against the NFC East, including a road loss to the Cowboys where Gardner Minshew II was the signal caller.
Dallas should be in the mix for the division title again, led by its dominant defense and high-octane offense. The question is whether Dallas can provide upgrades for head coach and offensive play-caller Mike McCarthy and first-year offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer to join fixtures Dak Prescott, CeeDee Lamb, and others.
The Giants were the biggest surprise in the NFC and locked up Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley at least through 2023. The Commanders, who finished 8-8-1, were the only NFC team to beat the Eagles in a game Hurts started.
NFC East Winner Best Bet
Dallas Cowboys (+190) | DraftKings Sportsbook
While the Eagles are the clear favorite, that status is clearly reflected in the odds at -125. The Cowboys present a great value at +190.
Prescott and the Cowboys can resolve their postseason woes when they cross that bridge. They finished 12-5 last season and that was within earshot of Philly’s 14-3 finish.
NFC East Winner Sleeper Pick
New York Giants (+850) | DraftKings Sportsbook
The Giants were at least a year ahead of schedule and still went 9-7-1 and won their first playoff game since 2011. Under first-year coach Brian Daboll, New York tailored its offense around Jones and Barkley and got the most out of a crew of journeyman receivers like Darius Slayton, Richie James, Isaiah Hodgins, and rookie tight end Daniel Bellinger.
The Giants were in salary-cap hell in 2022 with more than $50 million in dead money, plus $21.15 million dedicated to receiver Kenny Golladay, who had just six catches for 81 yards all season.
All that is behind the Giants, and they have money to throw at free agents and draft selections, unlike a year ago when they needed to cut useful cornerback James Bradberry, who became a fixture in the Eagles secondary.
Plus, Daboll is a year more experienced as a head coach, Jones is a year more comfortable running Daboll’s offense, and there is stability in New York’s operation under GM Joe Schoen. Regression isn’t out of the question, especially since the Giants’ schedule will be more difficult, but depending on how the draft and free agency shake out, they could find themselves in the mix for the division crown.
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