Following Week 11, the Philadelphia Eagles continue to lead the NFC East at 3-6-1 The New York Giants, Washington and Dallas Cowboys are all a half game back at 3-7 See the most recent odds for who will win the NFC East
When it comes to Week 11 and the NFC East odds, it was a good week for everyone except the Eagles.
Washington and the Cowboys both won, while the Eagles sputtered and stumbled against the Browns. By virtue of their bye week, the Monster gained flourished with that Philadelphia loss.
So with six weeks to go in a schism where the lead is three games under. 500, what do the curious look like as we approach the elongate feed of the 2020 season?
NFC East Odds
Team Record NFC East Odds
Philadelphia Eagles 3-6-1 +150
Dallas Cowboys 3-7 +300
New York Giants 3-7 +300
Washington Football Team 3-4 +375
Odds as of Nov. 22 nd from BetMGM
On the NFL Divisional odds, the Eagles have been favorites for five-straight weeks now. The Cowboys’ QB conundrum and a 25 -3 loss to Washington in Week 7 started a freefall down the odds, which has been good news for the Heavyweight and Washington.
But Thanksgiving has always been a big day in the NFC East and it could go a long way in determining the fate of two teams.
Washington, Dallas Face Must-Win on Thanksgiving
With both earning on Sunday, Washington and Dallas now face a vital Thanksgiving Day clash.
The Cowboys have played three divisional competitions and are 1-2, pulsating the Giant in Week 5. But with recreations against Philadelphia and New York to close the season out, Thursday is their last in-division game for three weeks, so it’s big.
Washington meanwhile, is 2-2 in the segment, with acquires over the Eagles and Cowboys, but they quitted both to the Giants.
At 3-7, the Washington Football Team is now really a half sport out of first place in the NFC East thanks to Philly’s loss to Cleveland.
A win over Dallas on Thanksgiving keeps Washington on top of the disagreement by half a game until the weekend.
— Jake Russell (@ _JakeRussell) November 22, 2020
If the Cowboys win on Thursday, their remaining planned keeps them alive. The blended record of their final five adversaries registering Week 12 is 18-30-1; including Thursday it’s the second-easiest remaining schedule.
Even if Washington flogs Dallas, they’re facing an uphill climb as their remaining slate carries a record of 28 -2 2-1.
Can Daniel Jones Keep the Heavyweight Afloat?
Through the first five weeks of the season, it was like Trevor Lawrence was headed to New York.
And while the Airplane still haven’t won, the Monster have moved past their 0-5 begins with a 3-2 record since. And while no one will call this five-game stretch an all-timer, we may be seeing Daniel Jones finding his footing at the NFL level.
Daniel Jones: Weeks 1-5 vs 6-10 Weeks 1-5VSWeeks 6-10
0-5 Record 3-2
111/182 Comp/Att 101/152
61.0% Comp% 66.5%
Passing Yards 1011 222.2 Passing YPG 202.2 2 Passing TD 6 5 Interceptions 4
130 Rushing Gardens 254 26.0 Rushing YPG 50.8 0 Rushing TD 1
On top of that, Jones has examined, dare “theyre saying”, very good the last two plays. He’s accomplished extends at a 71% time( 44/62) for 456 gardens and a touchdown. He’s also mixed in 68 scurrying grounds and a TD on the ground.
Per @PFF, Daniel Jones grades 5th in the NFL in passing grade on propels 10+ gardens downfield, drag really Rodgers, Wilson, Brady and Mahomes.
— Heavyweight Fans Online (@ NYGFansOnline) November 20, 2020
Before their Week 17 meeting with Dallas though, the schedule does New York no indulgences. After a appointment with the Bengals in Week 12, they fly to the Seahawks( 7-3 ), emcee the Cardinals( 6-4) and Browns( 7-3) before heading to Baltimore to face the Ravens( 6-4 ).
Eagles Must Pull Out of Tailspin
Within the keeps on the NFC East, Philly looked like World beaters time over a month ago. After a 1-4-1 start, the Eagles beat off the Whale and Cowboys, moving to 2-1 in the segment. So you’d envisage, after a bye week, they’d exclusively to be all right, right?
How am I supposed to defend Carson Wentz after today? HOW !??
Killing me! #Eagles
— Emmanuel Acho (@ EmmanuelAcho) November 22, 2020
After a clunker against the Giants, it was another dud against the Browns. It started with a select six and, after Philly tied it up, two field goals, a security and a Kareem Hunt rushing TD did in the NFC East leaders.
The Eagles have struggled to get out of their own way all season long, and things don’t get any easier. They face the Seahawks, Packers, Saints and Cardinals before wrapping up against the Cowboys and Washington.
Fight to Win NFC East Won’t Be Pretty
The fight down the pull to claim first place will not be a memorable one. But Dallas is in the driver’s seat.
Their in-division record isn’t great, but they have a chance to fix it, and they have the most favorable upcoming slate. As unlikely as it formerly clanged, the Cowboys will be back atop the NFC East.
The Pick: Dallas Cowboys (+ 300)
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