After watching the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles pull out impressive wins on Wild-Card Weekend, the gambling public appears to have confidence in both teams. The NFC East rivals are receiving the majority of the bets in their upcoming games in the 2019 NFL divisional playoffs.

According to The Action Network, 57 percent of the bets on Saturday night’s contest between the Cowboys and Los Angeles Rams have been on Dallas. In Sunday afternoon’s matchup between the Eagles and New Orleans Saints, Philadelphia has received 55 percent of the wagers.

The NFC teams are getting more points than both AFC underdogs. Dallas is a seven-point underdog in Los Angeles. Philadelphia is an eight-point underdog in New Orleans.

The Cowboys have been the NFC’s hottest team since the midway point of the season with eight wins in their last nine games. The Rams ended the season with three losses in eight games after an 8-0 start.

The Eagles are on a four-game winning streak, including the playoffs. They pulled off the biggest upset of the first round when they beat the Chicago Bears as 6.5-point underdogs.

The defending Super Bowl champions have won four straight playoff games with Nick Foles at quarterback. Philadelphia lost by 41 points in New Orleans two months ago when Carson Wentz started under center.

L.A. and New Orleans were both dominant home teams in the 2018 season. The Rams went 7-1 in Los Angeles, only losing to the Eagles in Week 15. The Saints were upset at home in Week 1 before winning six straight games at the Superdome. New Orleans lost the season finale as Drew Brees and other starters rested.

Both NFC divisional games were close last season. Philadelphia held off the Atlanta Falcons 15-10, stopping Matt Ryan near the goal line in the final minute. The Minnesota Vikings won at home against the Saints when Stefon Diggs scored a game-winning touchdown as time expired that would become known as the “Minnesota Miracle.”

The 2017 Cowboys were the last NFC team to have a first-round bye and lose in the divisional playoffs.