The Philadelphia Eagles are favored to win the NFC East this season. The Dallas Cowboys are considered to be contenders, while the New York Giants and Washington Redskins are long shots.

There is value to be had on each team, whether it’s with Super Bowl odds, playoff odds or win totals. Here are the best bets for each team ahead of the 2019 NFL season, based on the latest betting odds at New Jersey’s FanDuel Sportsbook:

Philadelphia Eagles (+1400 Super Bowl odds)

The Eagles are as talented as any team in the NFC, yet they are behind the New Orleans Saints (+900) and Los Angeles Rams (+1100) when it comes to Super Bowl odds. Philadelphia even has nearly the same odds as the Cleveland Browns (+1500), who are coming off their 11th straight losing season. The Los Angeles Chargers (+1500) are the second-best team in their division, unlike the Eagles, who are odds-on NFC East favorites.

If Carson Wentz stays healthy, Philadelphia will undoubtedly be among the best teams in football. The Eagles improved this past offseason after nearly reaching the 2019 NFC Championship Game and being two years removed from winning the Super Bowl.

Dallas Cowboys (+110 Playoff odds)

The Cowboys have been a perennial playoff contender over the last three years, making the postseason twice and barely missing the cut with a 9-7 record in 2017. Dak Prescott will now have Amari Cooper for a full season, and it’s still unlikely Ezekiel Elliott will miss much time if any. Dallas could have a top-five defense, led by the league’s best linebacking corps. All of that will keep the Cowboys in contention for the entire regular season.

Dallas is no lock to go above their over/under of nine wins, but one NFC team usually makes the playoffs with fewer than 10 victories. The Cowboys have at least a 50 percent chance to reach the postseason, making this a worthwhile bet at plus money.

New York Giants (+115 Over 6 Wins)

Dave Gettleman’s decisions to trade Odell Beckham Jr. and draft Daniel Jones sixth overall were endlessly mocked, creating a false narrative that the Giants are a complete mess. Maybe those moves won’t work out, but things aren’t nearly as bleak in New York as many believe. All the Giants have to do is go 6-10 for their win total bet to be a push. Getting the over at plus money is good value.

Betting on the Giants to win the division or go on any type of playoff run is a waste of money, even with their extremely long odds. An offense that features talented players like Saquon Barkley, Golden Tate and Evan Engram, however, certainly has a chance to win seven games.

Washington Redskins (-120 Under 6 Wins)

The Redskins help make the Giants’ over a good bet. Washington is the worst team in the NFC East. They’ve got a chance to finish at the bottom of the conference, and with a little bad luck, the Redskins might even earn the No.1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Washington is either average or below average on every facet of offense and defense. Case Keenum is among the league’s worst starting quarterbacks.

The last-place team in the NFC East has finished better than 6-10 just once in the last decade. There is barely any juice on the under at -120.

Dak Prescott Cowboys Eagles Quarterback Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys throws a pass after recovering his own fumble against defensive end Brandon Graham #55 of the Philadelphia Eagles during the third quarter at Lincoln Financial Field on November 11, 2018 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Photo: Elsa/Getty Images