NFL preseason odds makers have all kinds of things to consider as the 2008 NFL season approaches.
Aside from figuring the NFL preseason week odds they’ve also got have an eye towards the regular season and in some cases the NFL preseason odds can assist in this. One division that will be full of talent from NFL preseason week odds all the way to the playoffs is the NFC East, arguably the most talented division as we head into the NFL preseason odds.
Home not only to the Super Bowl Champion New York Giants but also a very strong New York Giants team this division is the NFL preseason odds favorite to produce a Super Bowl winner. Either of these teams could win the Super Bowl in most NFL preseason odds makers’ minds and they’ll be receiving extra attention from the first NFL preseason week odds. In fact, despite the fact that the Giants are the world champs, most NFL preseason odds actually make the Cowboys the favorites to win it all. Other NFL preseason odds polls also rank the Patriots, Colts, Chargers and Steelers as possible favorites.
The Giants and Cowboys are very solid on both sides of the ball and are NFL preseason odds favorites for good reason. But they’re hardly the only teams in the division. The NFL preseason week odds makers will be watching another NFC East team, the Redskins, to see how they perform in the NFL preseason odds. With a new coach taking over the legendary Joe Gibbs, it will be interesting for NFL preseason odds fans to see how the team fairs. The Skins have plenty of talent and change at the top is all that this team needs to get deep into the post-season, according to some NFL preseason odds makers.
The fourth team in the division, the Philadelphia Eagles is the odd man out in this NFL preseason odds preview. Despite spending lavishly on free agents this team is still lacking and it should be apparent once the NFL preseason odds action begins. But perhaps it’s the situation at QB that is most troubling for the Eagles and one that some NFL preseason odds makers think could be this team’s undoing. With Donovan McNabb’s condition in question it’s unlikely that any young QB could step up and direct this Brian Westbrook driven attack.