Our Favorite Super Bowl Picks, Win Total Bets & Other NFL Futures Following Free Agency
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The initial wave of NFL free agency brought a bevy of signings and trades that have shifted the landscape of the league in just a matter of days.
With expectations for 2020 resetting, our staff is here to walk you through the best available values on NFL futures. Find their three picks below.
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Collin Wilson: Cowboys to Win the NFC East +130
I’ve been waiting to pounce on any Dallas Cowboys future that provided value.
Their Super Bowl odds are as high as 17-1 while their NFC odds are as high as 6-1, but at DraftKings, they’re only +130 to win the NFC East — second to the Eagles at +120. Other sportsbooks, however, are in complete disagreement and make the Cowboys a favorite to win the division.
Free agency has worked in the favor of the Cowboys to this point.
Defensive lineman Gerald McCoy was signed to a multi-year deal to fill one of the few holes on their defense — he had the seventh-highest WAR of any interior defensive lineman in 2019.
The Cowboys may be holding the cards up until the draft. Both wide receiver Randall Cobb and defensive end Robert Quinn were late additions to the 2019 roster, as both outperformed their contracts and have moved on to higher-paying deals. One of the Cowboys’ targets for 2020 could reportedly be Emmanuel Sanders, who played college at SMU.