NY Giants odds to win NFC East: Las Vegas bearish on Joe Judge’s team
The NY Giants haven’t made the NFL Playoffs since 2016, and after coming one game shy of taking home the division crown last season, Las Vegas isn’t overly optimistic about that drought ending this fall.
After signing dynamic wide receiver Kenny Golladay, drafting Kadarius Toney out of Florida with the No. 20 overall pick, and adding tight end Kyle Rudolph to quarterback Daniel Jones‘ arsenal, expectations for the Giants have been raised this season … even if the betting public isn’t buying their chances.
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Will this be the season that second-year head coach Joe Judge manages to solidify a winning culture and guide the NY Giants to a division title?
NY Giants odds to win the NFC East
According to WynnBet, the NY Giants have the second-longest odds to win the division, behind only the Philadelphia Eagles.
Here’s a look at the NY Giants’ current odds to win the division, after the first two weeks of training camp:
Dallas Cowboys: +125
Washington Football Team: +210
NY Giants: +375
Philadelphia Eagles: +450
The Cowboys, following the return of quarterback Dak Prescott and significant upgrades on defense are the prohibitive favorites to win the division for the first time since 2018.
Meanwhile, the Washington Football Team boasts what might be the most dominant front-seven in the entire NFL, and now with stability at quarterback thanks to the addition of Ryan Fitzpatrick, perhaps head coach Ron Rivera will be able to maximize burgeoning stars Terry McLaurin and Antonio Gibson.
If Jones makes major strides, and coordinator Patrick Graham’s defense builds on last season’s success, the NY Giants are great value at their current odds. However, Golladay’s injured hamstring and Jones’ early training camp inconsistency cloud some of the optimism coming out of New York.
Matt Lombardo is FanSided’s National NFL Insider and writes Between The Hash Marks each Wednesday. Email Matt: Matt.Lombardo@FanSided.com