2023 NFC East Betting Odds - Football Lines

2023 NFC East Betting Odds

The Philadelphia Eagles put together one of their best seasons in franchise history in 2022. Philadelphia was the top team in the NFC all year long, finishing with a 14-3 record on its way to locking up home field advantage. The NFC Playoffs were a breeze for the Eagles as they routed the New York Giants in the Divisional Round and then crushed the quarterback-less San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship Game. Philly led the Kansas City Chiefs at halftime of Super Bowl LVII, but Patrick Mahomes proved to be too much as the Eagles fell 38-35. Still, they are favored to repeat as NFC champions.

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2023 NFC East Odds

Philadelphia Eagles -135

Dallas Cowboys +200

New York Giants +685

Washington Commanders +1250

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We saw Philadelphia take advantage of a weak schedule to win 14 games last year, and there is a chance the Eagles are even better this season. Jalen Hurts is a happy camper now that he has signed a huge contract extension, and the Eagles still have A.J. Brown, DeVonta Smith, and Dallas Goedert to use in the passing game. The ground game figures to be much better too with the addition of D’Andre Swift and Rashaad Penny, but it’s the defense that needs help after the Chiefs carved them up in February.

This defensive line has a chance to be even better after the Eagles selected Georgia standout Jalen Carter in the first round of the NFL Draft. Carter will team up with former Georgia products Jordan Davis, Nolan Smith, and Nakobe Dean to make this a very good front seven. Josh Sweat and Fletcher Cox can provide pressure, and Haason Reddick is a tackling machine. The secondary has some question marks after the way it fell apart in the Super Bowl though.

Dallas is a sneaky pick to win the NFC East. The Cowboys might have the best quarterback in the conference in Dak Prescott, and there is no longer a need to feed Ezekiel Elliott. Tony Pollard is the clear No. 1 back in Big D, and this team has a nice set of receivers with CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup on the perimeter. The health of the offensive line is key as we have seen this unit suffer some tough injuries in recent years.

This could be the biggest boom or bust defense in the NFL too. Micah Parsons is the reigning NFL Defensive Player of the Year, and he has a talented pass rusher across the formation from him in DeMarcus Lawrence. The secondary has a cornerback that takes a lot of chances in Trevon Diggs, so Dallas placed a veteran alongside him in Stephon Gilmore that is trying to recapture his form.

Brian Daboll was named NFL Coach of the Year in 2022 as the New York Giants were one of the most surprising teams. However, the Giants might be primed to take a big step back in 2023. Daniel Jones is not that talented of a quarterback, and the offense could fall apart if Saquon Barkley is injured once more. This is one of the worst receiving corps in the NFL, but the good news is that the tackles are elite.

The defensive line has the potential to be special with Kayvon Thibodeaux up front alongside former first round picks Dexter Lawrence and Leonard Williams. However, there are questions in the secondary outside of Adoree’ Jackson.

Finally, we come to the Washington Commanders. Washington was a decent team last year, finishing with a record of 8-8-1. Fans celebrated when maligned owner Dan Snyder sold the team for over $6 billion this offseason, but this team might take a step back as it looks to see whether or not Sam Howell is the answer at quarterback. The defensive line is excellent even though Chase Young has been rather disappointing as the No. 2 overall pick, yet the back seven has some issues.

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