Dallas Cowboys (10/1): Last year showed that the Big D is back and this year could prove that it wasn’t a fluke. Featuring the league’s best offensive line, an opportunistic defense and an underrated free agent pickup in Darren McFadden, the Cowboys are primed to claim the NFC East once again, even if they don’t quite live up to their Super Bowl odds.


Philadelphia Eagles (20/1): The great Chip Kelly experiment reached its peak when the Eagles swapped LeSean McCoy and Nick Foles for Sam Bradford and DeMarco Murray. Whether it was a wise move is impossible predict. Therefore a lot of eyes will be on the Eagles to see whether their offseason was crazy good or just crazy.


New York Giants (28/1): Capable of making the playoffs or finishing dead last, the Giants are impossible to predict. Offensively, Eli Manning should be solid, Victor Cruz and rookie sensation Odell Beckham Jr. are a good pair of receivers and they should have a decent running game. Their defense, however, is full of question marks and the offense is one key injury away from completely falling apart.


Washington Redskins (100/1): The Redskins are looking to bounce back from a bad season but may struggle to gain traction, despite a great offseason pickup in Terrence Knighton. Robert Griffin III is back but has not looked like himself since his rookie year, while franchise running back Alfred Morris has regressed. Washington is one extreme long shot that is unlikely to pay off. 


*Odds as of June 10, 2015