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2013 NFC East Gambling Odds | Free 2013 NFL Predictions

NFL Previews – 2013 NFC East Betting

NFL training camps start opening next week so you know that a new season of football is right around the corner. Bovada has already released its NFL futures for the 2013 campaign including odds for all 32 teams in terms of winning their respective division title.

In this second to last preview for Cappers Picks we will take a closer look at all four teams in the very competitive NFC East.

NFC East Team Pages

New York Giants +180

The Giants have the current edge to come out on top in the NFC East primarily because of Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning. Since Coughlin took over the head coaching duties in New York in 2004, his teams have posted a winning record in six of nine seasons.

With Manning at the helm at quarterback, the Giants have two Super Bowl titles to their credit.

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There are some questions with running game that no longer has Ahmad Bradshaw and a defense that was ranked 31st in the NFL in yards allowed and 28th against the pass. The good news for New York is that it still has one of the most productive scoring offenses in the league that averaged 26.8 points a game.

The other is that last season’s 9-7 record may be good enough to win the division this year.

Dallas Cowboys +240

Dallas remains extremely talented on both sides of the ball, but team owner Jerry Jones continues to dial-up the pressure after watching his team fail to qualify for the postseason the past three years. The last two seasons the Cowboys faltered in the final game of the year to lose the division title. While everyone is looking for answers for the Cowboys’ problems down the stretch, Jones’ constant meddling with this team is as much to blame as anything.

At the center of this storm is veteran quarterback Tony Romo. He has one of the strongest arms in the league, but erratic play and poor decisions have led to crucial losses during this three-year slide.

Look for head coach Jason Garrett to quickly find himself on the hot seat if this team gets off to a poor start this season.

Washington Redskins +240

Behind the second overall pick in the 2012 draft, Robert Griffin III, the Redskins enjoyed a breakout season that led to a 10-6 record and NFC East title. The other bright spot was rookie running back Alfred Morris, who rushed for 1,613 yards last season, which was the second highest total in the NFL. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

The big question heading into this season is the health of RG III’s surgically repaired knee. He is expected to be back in the starting lineup for Week 1 against Philadelphia, but right now there are no guarantees he will be 100 percent. Another concern is a Washington defense that was ranked 30th in the NFL against the pass and 28th overall last year.

Philadelphia Eagles +350

It is hard to know what to expect from the Eagles this season with Chip Kelly taking over for long-time head coach Andy Reid, who was fired after his team went a disappointing 4-12 in 2012. The one thing we do know is that Kelly is committed to running the same up-tempo, fast-paced offense that he ran at Oregon.

Whether or not it is Michael Vick or Nick Foles as the starting quarterback in this new-look offense is another unknown at this point.

The one thing that makes Philadelphia such a wildcard in this division race is a number of weapons on offense including running back LeSean McCoy and wide receiver DeSean Jackson.

The addition of offensive tackle Lane Johnson with the fourth overall pick in the draft should help shore up one of the biggest trouble spots with this team last season.

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