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2014 NFC East odds, prediction: Giants, Redskins look to rebound; Eagles favored

Tony Romo and RG3 both are looking to put 2013 behind them.
Tony Romo and RG3 both are looking to put 2013 behind them.
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The NFC East division odds for the 2014-15 NFL season are out and unlike year’s past, there is no clear cut “Beast of the East!” There are tons of questions about the NFC East division, starting with every teams quarterback. Is Tony Romo healthy after taking a beating in 2013 and coming off of back surgery? Is RG3 ready to shake off a terrible 2013 in D.C.? Can Eli regain his Super Bowl magic touch in 2014 or will the G-Men continue to slide? Is Philadelphia the real deal or was last year’s success a fluke?

According to a Dallas report on July 29 of all the 8 divisions in the NFL, the NFC East could truly be won by any of its four teams and most experts wouldn’t be surprised. The Cowboys had the NFL’s worst defense last season. The only positive news heading into 2014 is there is no place but up for the defense in Big D.

Speaking of no place but up, the Redskins are coming off of a last place finish in the NFC East after a dismal 3-13 season. However the attitude in D.C. seems very positive. With Jay Gruden taking over for Mike Shanahan things already seem to be a bit more relaxed - so much so that the Washington Post reports the new coach and star QB are neighbors!

That might get a bit sticky if the team has another 3-13 season.

The opposite of Washington's lack of success brings us to Philadelphia's greatness. Many fans wondered if Chip Kelly could take over for long time great Andy Reid. Kelly helped the Eagles soar in his first season as head coach as his "run and gun" style offense had many defenses scratching their heads.

Now the question is can Philly repeat their success as NFC East champions and make a deep playoff run in 2014.

Here is a look at the current odds and prediction to win the NFC East in 2014.

2014 NFC East Odds:

Philadelphia Eagles +130
New York Giants +300
Dallas Cowboys +350
Washington Redskins +400


  1. NY Giants
  2. Philadelphia Eagles
  3. Dallas Cowboys
  4. Washington Redskins
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