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Odds to Win NFC East 2013: Giants, Redskins Co-Favorites

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Aug/09/2013
Odds to Win NFC East 2013:  Giants, Redskins Co-Favorites

The odds to win the NFC East 2013 had the New York Giants and Washington Redskins favored at +220 odds, which would pay out $220 for every $100 bet at AceSportsbook.com

The Cowboys would pay slightly more at $280 while the Eagles would pay out $350, all on $100 wagers.

AthlonSports.com on Dallas’ odds of winning the NFC East:

Steven Lassan

With the Cowboys missing out on the playoffs for the last three seasons, this is a make-or-break year for coach Jason Garrett. The Cowboys have the necessary pieces to win the NFC East, but also plenty of question marks. Quarterback Tony Romo needs to cut down on his mistakes, and he needs help from an offensive line that is still searching for help at guard this offseason. I’m skeptical about the hire of Monte Kiffin as the defensive coordinator, especially as Dallas is trying to transition back to the 4-3. The schedule isn’t too challenging, and with plenty of question marks surrounding the Eagles, Giants and Redskins, the Cowboys will have a shot at the wild card if they don’t win the division. I think Dallas is in the mix for the wild card, but if the defense struggles to transition to the 4-3, the Cowboys will slip back to 8-8 and Garrett will be on his way out.

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AthlonSports.com on New York’s odds of winning the NFC East:

Mark Ross
By and large, this is the same Giants team that went 9-7 last season and just missed the playoffs. As long as Eli Manning is upright, this team should be able to stay in the thick of the NFC East race, and in fact, with explosive running back David Wilson ready to take on a larger role, this offense has the potential to be even more dangerous this season. The defense must play better than it did last season, especially when it comes to generating a consistent pass rush and limiting the breakdowns in coverage that led to big plays.

The opening two games won't be easy, but if the Giants start out strong like they have done under Tom Coughlin they should be in a good position by the time the bye week comes around in Week 9. The going gets a little tougher after that, especially in Weeks 11-13, but a strong finish should keep the Giants in playoff contention and give this core at least one more chance at a third Super Bowl title during the Manning/Coughlin era.

CNNSI.com on Washington’s odds of winning the NFC East:

Don’t be surprised if Robert Griffin III experiences a sophomore slump in 2013. He has the makeup to be great, but defenses will be more prepared for his style of play. The rest of Washington’s modestly gifted offense could have trouble making the necessary adjustments. The defense, though well-coached, is not quite equipped to pick up the slack.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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