The Dallas Cowboys are still favored to win the NFC East after Dak Prescott suffered a season-ending injury in Week 5.

Various sportsbooks give Dallas the best odds to win the division and return to the playoffs. The Philadelphia Eagles are considered to be the Cowboys’ only real threat.

FanDuel Sportsbook lists the Cowboys as -125 favorites to win the NFC East. The Eagles have +130 odds to repeat as division champions. The Washington Football Team is a +900 long shot, followed by the winless New York Giants at +3500.

The odds are a little closer at DraftKings Sportsbook, though Dallas (+100) is still favored over Philadelphia (+120).

The Cowboys moved into sole possession of first place Sunday when Prescott was carted off the field with a gruesome ankle injury, Andy Dalton took his place and led Dallas to a 37-34 victory over New York.

Dallas improved its record to 2-3. Philadelphia was beaten by the Pittsburgh Steelers, falling to second place with a 1-3-1 record.

Dalton completed nine of 11 passes for 111 yards and a 108.7 passer rating in relief of Prescott. The 32-year-old went 2-11 with a bad Cincinnati Bengals team in 2019. Dalton posted an 89.6 passer rating in 11 games in 2018.

With an array of weapons at his disposal, Dalton takes over the No.1 ranked offense in football. The Cowboys are dead last in points allowed per game.

Prescott is the NFL passing leader with one contest remaining on the Week 5 schedule. He’s thrown for 1,690 yards, nine touchdowns, three interceptions and a 102.6 passer rating. He added 93 yards and three scores on the ground.

Carson Wentz has thrown a league-high nine interceptions for the Eagles. Wentz has the worst passer rating of any NFL starting quarterback.

Washington has lost four straight games by at least 14 points each since upsetting Philadelphia in Week 1. New York is one of three teams that have a 0-5 record.

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Andy Dalton #14 and Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys warm up before their game against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on Sept. 27, 2020, in Seattle. Abbie Parr/Getty Images