New York Giants
2nd in NFC East
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Giants InjuriesAll NFL Injuries
Danny Shelton (Undisclosed) is out this week.
Kyle Rudolph (Foot) is out this week.
Elijhaa Penny (Illness) is out this week.
Chris Milton (Knee) is out this week.
Kenny Golladay (Hip) is out this week.
Ifeadi Odenigbo (Ankle) is out this week.
John Ross (Foot) is out this week.
Saquon Barkley (Knee) is out this week.
Cullen Gillaspia (Back) is out this week.
David Sills VWR
David Sills (Foot) is out this week.
Cam Brown (Illness) is questionable this week.
Giants 2021 Schedule
|QB||Daniel Jones||Colt McCoy|
|RB||Saquon Barkley||Dion Lewis||Wayne Gallman|
|TE||Evan Engram||Kaden Smith||Levine Toilolo|
|LT||Andrew Thomas||Jackson Barton|
|C||Nicholas Gates||Spencer Pulley|
|RG||Kevin Zeitler||Shane Lemieux|
|RT||Cameron Fleming||Matt Peart|
|MLB||Blake Martinez||Tae Crowder|
|SLB||Lorenzo Carter||Carter Coughlin|
|LCB||James Bradberry||Brandon Williams|
|FS||Julian Love||Logan Ryan||Adrian Colbert|
|PR||Golden Tate||Jabrill Peppers||Sterling Shepard|
|DT||Leonard Williams||Bobby Hill|
|DE||Dexter Lawrence||R.J. McIntosh|
|NT||Dalvin Tomlinson||Austin Johnson|
|OLB||Oshane Ximines||Kyler Fackrell||Cam Brown|
|WILL||Devante Downs||T.J. Brunson|
|KOR||Darnay Holmes||Darius Slayton|
New York Giants Player Stats
New York Giants
The NFC East was the laughing stock of the NFL in 2020, but the New York Giants at least won bettors money. At 9-7, they had a profitable record against the spread (ATS). Now we’re tracking the Giants throughout the 2021 season, with lines for their next game as well as betting results from their completed games.
You can shop spreads, over/unders and moneylines for every upcoming Giants game on this page. But to better understand Giants odds, let’s define each of those markets.
Giants Point Spreads
Points spreads are based on how many points a sportsbook expects the Giants to win (-) or to lose (+) by. To cover the Giants, they have to win more than the number of points in the spread when they’re favored (-) or lose within that margin of points (or win outright) if they’re underdogs (+).
Here’s a brief example of a spread for a Giants game:
- Giants -2.5 (-110)
- Cowboys +2.5 (-110)
With the Giants spread set at -2.5, that means that bookmakers consider them to be favorites to win by more than 2.5 points. If you were to bet on the Giants at -2.5 and they win by more than three points, then they’ve “covered the spread” and your bet has cashed. But if you were to bet on the as +2.5 underdogs and the Giants still won by three or more points, then the Cowboys failed to cover the spread and you lost your wager.
New York Giants Over/Unders
, which are sometimes referred to as “totals,” are set based on the total number of points that oddsmakers expect the Giants and their opponent to combine to score in a given game. Which team wins and which team loses has no bearing on whether you can win this type of bet, rather it depends on whether you’ve bet on the “over” or the “under.” If you bet on a Giants-Cowboys game to go “over” 43.5 points and the Giants won 24-20 (a combined 44 points), then you’ve won your bet. If you bet the “under” 43.5 points, then you lose yours.
By betting on the Giants (ML) odds, you’re betting on them to win a game outright. Unlike point spreads, how many points the Giants win by does not matter. Understanding ML odds is quite simple: The number is based on how much a bettor would have to risk in order to win $100 if the Giants are favored (-) or how much a bettor would net risking $100 if the Giants are underdogs (+). For example, if the Giants are +100 underdogs against the Cowboys, then a $100 bettor would net a $100 profit if the Giants win. If the Giants are -105 against the , then a bettor would have to wager $105 to net $100 if the Giants win.
New York Giants Props
Bettors aren’t limited to action on whether the Giants win or lose, by how many points, or the total points scored in a game. You can also bet on statistical results for players. For example, you could bet on Giants running back Saquon Barkley to rush for over (more than) or under (less than) a certain number of yards against the Eagles.
If you don’t already know, futures are bets you can make on the Giants’ end-of-season results (and cash once the result is clear). The odds are similar to moneylines, meaning if you had bet $100 on the Giants to win the Super Bowl at +6600 over the offseason, you would profit $6,600 if they win it.