Eagles Still Pay 4-1 Odds to Win NFC East 2017 With LeGarrette Blount Signing

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News broke Wednesday that the Philadelphia Eagles have signed a one-year deal to secure running back LeGarrette Blount.  They were still listed at 4-1 odds to win the NFC East with a payout potential of $40 for every $10 bet.  You’ll want to lock the price in fast if you think they can win the division.

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Blount led the NFL with 18 touchdowns rushing in 2016 while helping the New England Patriots win the Super Bowl. He ran for 1,161 yards, averaging 3.6 per carry.

Divisions

Odds to Win NFC East

08:00 PM

51401

Dallas Cowboys

 

+145

 

51402

New York Giants

 

+190

 

51403

Philadelphia Eagles

 

+425

 

51404

Washington Redskins

 

+475

 

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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