Odds to win the NFC East: Cowboys still alive
The Dallas Cowboys can still mathematically win the NFC East. The Dallas Cowboys can still mathematically win the NFC East. Photo by Ron Jenkins/AP.

The battle for the top spot in the NFC East is a two-horse race.

The latest: It's mathematically impossible for the Washington Commanders or New York Giants to win the NFC East, leaving just the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys to duke it out for the division.

Here are the latest NFC East odds.

NFC East odds

Check out the latest odds to win the NFC East. Click linked odds to add selection to betslip.

TeamOdds (Jan. 2)Odds (Dec. 26)
Philadelphia Eagles-1,667-2,500
Dallas Cowboys+850+1,100

Odds as of 2:15 p.m. on 01/02/2023.

Best NFC East odds

The favourite: Eagles (-1,667)

Philadelphia's odds to win the NFC East dropped a tad after a loss to the New Orleans Saints.

The Eagles — minus Jalen Hurts — lost 20-10 on New Year's Day. That means Philadelphia will now have to try again in Week 18 to lock up the division and the conference.

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The only way the Eagles can fall in the division is if they lose while the Cowboys wins. While oddsmakers still don't give that scenario much of a chance, it's certainly a lot more realistic after Week 17's results.

Philadelphia hosts the Giants in Week 18.

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Cowboys (+850)

Dallas kept the hope of winning the division alive with a victory over the Tennessee Titans in Week 17.

The Cowboys won 27-13 against the Titans thanks to a 17-point second half. CeeDee Lamb had a game to remember, hauling in 11 of his 14 targets for 100 yards.

The win raised America's Team to 12-4, a record that places it fifth in the NFC.

The Cowboys visit the Commanders in Week 18. They need a win and an Eagles' loss to win the division. Naturally, their number to win the NFC East has dropped since last week, as their chances of pulling off the accomplishment have improved.

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