Three Best NFC Champion Odds

As the NFL playoffs loom, tickets are being punched for the postseason. There are multiple teams in the hunt, and some who appear locked in for a spot.

Here are three NFC teams with the best odds to become the NFC Champions.

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Philadelphia Eagles +190

After a shellacking of the New York Giants 48-22 on Sunday, the Eagles own a 12-1 record. In the last four games of the season, Philadelphia plays the Bears, Cowboys, Saints, and Giants. Only two of those teams are above .500. Philadelphia clinched a playoff berth, and could finish the regular season with at worst a 12-5 record. Conceivably, the Eagles could finish 16-1, and with the incredible play from Jalen Hurts on the season, it is likely that Philly finishes between 14 to 16 wins.

A defense that boasts the most sacks heading into week 15, and the least passing yards allowed, the Eagles present a matchup nightmare to any team in the NFC.

If teams exploit the Eagles average run defense, then there is a chance. Philadelphia surrenders 4.7 yards per carry, which is the ninth most per carry for defenses. The 1,538 yards on the ground is the 15th most in the league.

Hurts’ stellar season, punctuated by over 3,000 passing yards with 22 touchdowns and three interceptions propels the Eagles as favorites against any team. Not to mention, Hurts’ 686 yards and 10 touchdowns on the ground make him difficult for opposing defenses.

Dallas Cowboys +280

The second-best odds for NFC Champions belong to the Dallas Cowboys. After Dak Prescott broke his thumb in the opening game, backup quartbeack Cooper Rush filled in nicely. This helped Dallas maintain success, and own a 10-3 record heading into week 15.

Much like Philadelphia, Dallas owns one of the best pass defenses in the league. In fact, the Cowboys rank second-best in passing yards allowed and sacks behind the Eagles. But, just like its’ division rival, Dallas struggles more against the run. The 1,671 rushing yards ranks 10th most in the league. In contrast, the 4.4 yards per carry is around the middle of the league.

Dallas owns multiple weapons on the offensive side like Ceedee Lamb, Tony Pollard and Ezekiel Elliot. It can be a handful for any defense.

Alternatively, the Cowboys playoff woes are well documented, so it is not farfetched that Dallas fails in the postseason.

San Francisco 49ers +500

The enigmatic San Francisco 49ers rank third-best despite the crazy season the team endured. Trey Lance started at QB, then Jimmy G, now Brock Purdy. At running back, the team saw the departure of Jeff Wilson Jr., but acquired Christian McCaffrey.

On Sunday, the 49ers shocked the football world as the team throttled Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 35-7. Purdy became the first QB to beat Brady in his first career start. At 9-4, San Francisco faces the Seahawks, Commanders, Raiders and Cardinals.

Ranked 12th with 2,753 passing yards allowed, the 49ers defense plays much better against the run. San Francisco allows the fewest rushing yards on the season, and the lowest yards per carry at 3.4.

San Francisco remains a team of interest because of the rookie QB who made history. If Purdy plays at the same caliber, then the 49ers look like a dangerous team all around. Should the team falter in the following weeks and play in the postseason, then it may be a quick departure for the red and gold.