The Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles have combined to win the NFC East six of the last seven years, with each team capturing three titles. The battle for the crown between the bitter rivals in 2019 went down to the final week, with Philadelphia finishing on top with a 9-7 record. Now, Mike McCarthy begins his tenure on Dallas’ sideline after the team parted ways with Jason Garrett after nine-plus seasons.
The latest 2020 NFL odds to win the division list the Cowboys and Eagles as +120 co-favorites in the latest 2020 NFC East odds from William Hill. Before making any 2020 NFL picks and divisional predictions, be sure to check out the 2020 NFC East predictions and best bets from the proven computer model at SportsLine.
The SportsLine Projection Model simulates every NFL game 10,000 times and has crushed human experts on a consistent basis. Since its 2015 inception, the model is up over $7,000 for $100 players on its top-rated NFL picks.
And when it comes to NFL win totals, the model is coming off another banner year. In 2019, it went 18-11 on its over-under picks, with three pushes.
The model’s top 2020 NFC East predictions
The model says the New York Giants are considerably overvalued at +750 in the latest 2020 NFC odds and win the East in just six percent of simulations.
New York hasn’t finished atop the division since 2011, when it captured the crown with a 9-7 record and went on to defeat the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLVI. The team has posted a winning record just once in the last seven campaigns and has won a total of 12 games over the last three years after recording 11 in 2016.
With their three division rivals boasting a head coach that has guided a team to a Super Bowl, the Giants replaced the fired Pat Shurmur during the offseason with the inexperienced Joe Judge. The 38-year-old Judge spent the last eight seasons with New England, beginning as an assistant before becoming special teams coordinator. Now, he makes the jump to a position in which he must rely on a second-year player to lead the offense.
Quarterback Daniel Jones had very little time to adjust to the NFL after being drafted sixth overall in 2019, as he spent two games as Eli Manning’s backup before being handed the starting job. The Duke product, who will be 23 when the 2020 season begins, won his first two starts and finished with 24 touchdown passes and 12 interceptions, but he experienced growing pains and wound up leading the league with 18 fumbles, a problem he’ll need to correct if he hopes to have consistent success.
How to make 2020 NFC East picks
The model also says one NFC East team boasts a win probability that exceeds its implied odds. You can only see who it is, and the percent of the time each team wins the division, over at SportsLine.
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2020 NFC East title odds (via William Hill)