2018 NFC East Preview

Will Eagles Soar Above Everyone Else?

Welcome to our hub page for the NFC East. On our 2018 NFC East preview hub page, you’ll find some quick points about each team, our predicted order of finish and links to each club’s full sports betting preview. Use this page to get a general overview of the division and to connect with our in-depth analysis of the Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins, New York Giants, and Dallas Cowboys.

NFC East- 2017 Season

One team rose to the top in the NFC last season, and that was the Philadelphia Eagles. Although most thought that the Eagles would be competitive, very few people imagined Carson Wentz maturing so quickly. Additionally, after Wentz went down late in the season, it was hard for many prognosticators as well as fans to imagine Nick Foles taking Philadelphia to the Super Bowl and then winning it. There was a lot of talk about Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliot and the Dallas Cowboys going down to the wire with Eli Manning and Odell Beckham and the New York Giants. But that was not to be. And anyone who had faith in Cousins and the Skins lost it by midseason as the injuries piled up.

2018 NFC East Preview: Teams

We offer some quick points to consider when looks at team matchups, pluses and minuses, and possible game outcomes. Of course, as the season develops, make sure you use the most up-to-date information available before making any sports bet.

Dallas Cowboys

New York Giants

Philadelphia Eagles

Washington Redskins

Projected Order of Finish

Our 2018 NFC East Preview sees the following order of finish:

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

Final Thoughts- 2018 NFC East Preview

The NFL season is about to start, and we’re sure it’ll have some big surprises. Use our 2018 NFC East preview as a foundation for the first few weeks of betting. Then keep up on the latest developments and odds prior to making any bets. Always check Betting Brain’s pages for free picks, news, and great deals on sportsbook.

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