Super Bowl XLIII odds fans don’t need someone to tell them how competitive the NFC East is.
Super Bowl odds makers and fans alike knew how competitive this division would be heading into the season and so far the teams have not disappointed. As the race for the Super Bowl XLIII odds heats up the battle for the remaining playoff seeds and a shot at the Super Bowl will run through this division.
The Super Bowl XLIII odds look to be a sure thing for the New York Giants who have already locked up the division. Even though this team is in serious decline and must right the ship if it wants to keep home field advantage in the NFC race for the Super Bowl XLIII odds, it is still one of the top three teams in the Super Bowl odds hunt.
But the NFC East’s Super Bowl odds really get interesting when you start examining the fight for the second spot in the division and the wild card bid up for grabs. With just two games remaining on the calendar the Cowboys have the inside track, and the best chance of keeping their Super Bowl XLIII odds alive.
The Cowboys have had a tumultuous season to say the least, but they are still very much in the thick of things, in regards to the Super Bowl XLIII odds. Preseason favorites to be the NFC rep, the Cowboys have been a disappointment, but the season is far from over. If the Boys win out they’ll still be alive in the race for the Super Bowl XLIII odds. However, it’s a big if considering that they have to face the Baltimore Ravens and a resurgent Philadelphia Eagles team in the final game of the regular season.
And it’s that final game match up with such major Super Bowl XLIII odds implications that make this game so interesting. The Eagles have come back from the brink of Super Bowl odds irrelevance and are now nursing Super Bowl ambitions of their own. The Eagles need to knock off the struggling Redskins, a team who’s own Super Bowl XLIII odds are all but destroyed, in order to set up the late season battle with the Cowboys for a very likely wildcard berth. This could be an epic showdown that could profoundly impact the Super Bowl XLIII odds.
The two NFC East teams that make the post season will both be very strong relative to the rest of the NFC playoff teams, and it’s highly probable that there will be an NFC East team in the Super Bowl XLIII odds.
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