The Dallas Cowboys are 10-3 to this point in the season and look to be one of the favorites to win Super Bowl LVIII in February.

The Cowboys are currently tied with the Philadelphia Eagles atop the NFC East, and they’re also tied with the San Francisco 49ers for the top spot in the NFC and the bye through wild card weekend.  Dallas has won 5 straight games to put themselves in a great position heading into the final few weeks of the season.


Below, I will look at the Dallas Cowboys’ odds to win the Super Bowl with four games remaining in the regular season and the Cowboys’ odds to finish atop the NFC East by looking at both the Cowboys’ and Eagles’ remaining schedules.


I will be using the odds from betting sites popular for betting in the United States for both the Super Bowl winner and NFC East winner betting markets outlined below.

Check out this how-to bet on the Super Bowl in Texas page for a full step-by-step guide outlining how to bet on the big game.


Super Bowl Winner Odds

Here are the odds for the Super Bowl favorites after week 14:

    • San Francisco 49ers +240
    • Baltimore Ravens +575
  • Dallas Cowboys +700
  • Kansas City Chiefs +700
  • Philadelphia Eagles +750
  • Miami Dolphins +900
  • Buffalo Bills +1200
  • Detroit Lions +2200
  • Jacksonville Jaguars +2500

As you can see, the Cowboys are the third favorites with 7-1 odds to win the Super Bowl.


NFC East Winner Odds

  • Philadelphia Eagles -300
  • Dallas Cowboys +240
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It’s interesting that the Eagles are significant favorites to win the NFC East when they are on a two-game losing streak, while the Cowboys have won their last 5.

The Eagles do have a favorable schedule with the Seahawks, Giants x2, and Cardinals remaining.  That said, The Eagles are only 3.5-point favorites vs the Seahawks this weekend, and the Giants and Cardinals have both shown life of late.  This schedule may not be as easy as it looks on paper.

The Cowboys play the Bills, Dolphins, Lions, and Commanders in their final four games.  The next three games are all against teams that show up in the Super Bowl contenders list I outlined above.  It won’t be easy for Dallas to finish atop the NFC East with this schedule, but they’ve been playing great football lately and have the ability to continue to win even against top opposition.


If you’re interested in betting on either of these futures markets check out BetOnIt.org for some step-by-step guides to betting on the NFL from Texas or elsewhere in the US.

Photo: sandler482/Pixabay

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