The Dallas Cowboys couldn’t have asked for a better start to the 2019 NFL season, going 2-0 with dominant victories over the New York Giants and Washington Redskins. With sole possession atop the NFC East after Week 2, no team has better betting odds to win the division.

Dallas is the new odds-on favorite to finish the season in first place at Bovada with -110 odds. The Cowboys are just ahead of the Philadelphia Eagles, who have -105 odds at the online sportsbook. The 0-2 Giants and Redskins are considered long shots with +2800 and +3000 division odds, respectively.

The Cowboys and Eagles are co-favorites to win the NFC East at various New Jersey sportsbooks. Both teams have -110 odds at FanDuel and William Hill.

Philadelphia entered Week 1 as the odds-on NFC East favorites. Things changed Sunday night when the Eagles lost on the road 24-20 to the Atlanta Falcons. Philadelphia is 1-1 and alone in second place, having beaten Washington at home in the season opener.

The two NFC East favorites won’t meet until Week 7.

Dallas is one of four NFL teams to begin the year with consecutive double-digit victories. The Cowboys scored over 30 points in each game. Dak Prescott leads all NFC quarterbacks with a 142.9 passer rating.

Carson Wentz was intercepted two times in Philadelphia’s Week 2 loss, posting a 61.3 passer rating. The Eagles suffered a few key injuries Sunday with Desean Jackson and Alshon Jeffery both leaving the game early. It’s unknown if the two wide receivers will miss any more time.

The Giants have been an absolute disaster to start the season, being outscored 63-31. No NFC team has allowed a higher opponents’ passer rating than New York. The calls for Daniel Jones to replace Eli Manning will continue to get louder as the season moves along.

The Redskins are set to host the Chicago Bears in Week 3 after their 0-2 start. Washington is last in the conference with just 75 total rushing yards on the young season. Only two teams have surrendered more yards than the Redskins’ defense.

New York and Washington will meet in Week 4. The losing team could end up with sole possession of last place.

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Dak Prescott #4 and Ezekiel Elliott #21 of the Dallas Cowboys react after a Prescott touchdown late in the fourth quarter against the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC Divisional Playoff game at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on January 12, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Harry How/Getty Images