New York Giants Odds

The New York Football Giants date back to 1925 when Tim Mara purchased the franchise. Back then, the team called New York City home, more specifically the Polo Grounds. They relocated to the Garden State in 1976, playing home games in East Rutherford.

Fast forward to current times, and a new era is officially underway. Eli Manning is now retired, and in the process, the torch has been passed to Daniel Jones. Along with All-Pro running back Saquon Barkley, the franchise has two key offensive pieces to build around.

Or do they? The G-Men finished the 2021 season last in the NFC East with a 4-13 record. Joe Judge was fired, and Brian Daboll, who was offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills, was brought in to replace him.

The Giants have a storied NFL history that includes four Super Bowl championships. Consider this your guide to the best ways to place your bets on the next Giants football game including live odds on this week’s game.

This week’s Giants odds: Spread, Super Bowl, Props

What are the odds for the Giants’ next game? See below for the best available lines direct from the top NJ online sportsbooks including this week’s spread, current Super Bowl odds and selected player props. Click on any odds below to go right to the sportsbook, claim your bonus and start getting your Giants bets down.

This Week’s Giants Spread

Giants Super Bowl, NFC odds

Daniel Jones MVP, Prop Odds

All season long, each Giants game will attract a ton of betting action. A good deal of the attention will be spread across a trio of main pregame bets: moneyline, spread, and totals. An average game listing at online sportsbooks will look something like this.

  • Washington Commanders +135 +3 (-110) O 46.5 (-110)
  • New York Giants -155 -3 (-110) U 46.5 (-110)

When reading the lines, make note of the direction of the numbers on the moneyline and spread: negative for favorites and positive for underdogs. Spreads and totals will have the number listed by the sportsbook in addition to the odds for the bet. Here’s what else you need to know.

Giants Moneyline

Which side will win is all you need to figure out to bet on the moneyline. Of course, consistently picking winners is easier said than done. Here’s a look at some example odds:

  • Washington Commanders +135
  • New York Giants -155

You can tell how close of a matchup the oddsmakers are expecting by noting the range in the odds. A big span points to a mismatch, while a close range suggests a tight affair.

Giants Point Spread

Spread betting is a little more complex. Oddsmakers install a number on each game which represents an estimated margin of victory. Bettors get to take or give the points.

  • Washington Commanders +3 (-110)
  • New York Giants -3 (-110)

For our example, the book sees the Giants as a field goal favorite. If they win by three points or more, they cover. Washington covers with a loss of two points or less or an upset win.

Giants Over/Under

Over/Under betting lets you focus on something besides winners and spreads. It’s all about how many combined points will be scored in the game when all is said and done.

  • Over 46.5 (-110)
  • Under 46.5 (-110)

There’s a benchmark total placed on each game by oddsmakers, as well as the odds for both choices. Bettors then decide if they expect the total points to be Over or Under that amount.

Giants 2022 Schedule

Here is a look at the Giants schedule for 2022, with all home games being played at MetLife Stadium:

Date Opponent Home/Away Time (ET)TV
Sep. 11Tennessee TitansAway4:25 p.m. FOX
Sep. 18Carolina PanthersHome1 p.m. FOX
Sep. 26Dallas CowboysHome 8:15 p.m. ESPN
Oct. 2Chicago BearsHome1 p.m. FOX
Oct. 9Green Bay PackersAway 9:30 a.m.NFL Network
Oct. 16Baltimore RavensHome 1 p.m. CBS
Oct. 23Jacksonville JaguarsAway1 p.m. FOX
Oct. 30Seattle SeahawksAway4:25 p.m. FOX
Week 9BYE _________
Nov. 13Houston TexansHome1 p.m.CBS
Nov. 20Detroit LionsHome1 p.m.FOX
Nov. 24Dallas CowboysAway4:30 p.m. FOX
Dec. 4Washington CommandersHome1 p.m. FOX
Dec. 11Philadelphia EaglesHome1 p.m. FOX
Dec. 18Washington CommandersAway1 p.m. FOX
Dec. 24Minnesota VikingsAway 1 p.m. FOX
Jan. 1Indianapolis ColtsHome1 p.m. CBS
Jan. 8Philadelphia EaglesAway1 p.m. FOX

How to Bet on Player Props and Futures Odds

NFL betting is about much more than whether or not the New York Giants will cover the point spread. Wagering on player props and futures adds another wrinkle to the NJ sports betting experience.

And the options expand far beyond which team will win the next Super Bowl. This is considered a futures bet. The wager is linked to the outcome of a sporting event that has yet to take place. Here are a few other examples of NFL futures:

  • NFC East winner 
  • NFC champion 
  • Division finishing position 

You can also bet on which conference will secure the Super Bowl title (AFC or NFC), which teams will face each other in the Big Game, and total wins for the Giants. At DraftKings Sportsbook, the 2021 win total for the Giants is set at 7, but keep in mind that there are now 17 games in a season.

Bettors can put money down on how one of the Giants will perform in a game or during the season. These wagers fall under the player props category. And they are often posed as a question. Simply sign in to your NJ sportsbook app of choice, and the NFL menu will include a page of options, from team futures to player futures and props and beyond.

Here are a few examples:

  • NFL regular-season MVP 
  • Daniel Jones regular-season passing yards 
  • Saquon Barkley total yards (rushing and receiving)

Giants’ quarterbacks over the last 20 years

This list is an extremely short one thanks to the longevity and success of Manning. The New York Giants made a 2004 draft-day trade with the San Diego Chargers, and the rest is history. Manning claimed the role as a rookie and didn’t let go until it was time to call it a career.

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AP file photo / Patrick Semansky

Jones entered the picture last season as a rookie passer out of Duke University, but he clearly has some big shoes to fill.

Manning is now retired. Here is a look at the highlights of both quarterbacks:

Eli Manning

  • Played 16 seasons
  • Two-time Super Bowl MVP
  • Led the Giants to two Super Bowl wins over Patriots
  • His 236 regular-season games and 248 total games are franchise records
  • Started 210 consecutive games (third-most by an NFL QB)

Daniel Jones

  • Selected sixth overall in 2019 NFL Draft
  • Played in 38 games, including 37 starts
  • 24 touchdown passes led 2019 rookie class
  • Set team rookie records with 3,027 passing yards and 284 completions
  • Had three games of 300-plus passing yards and four touchdowns (rookie season)

Most Notable New York Giants Head Coaches

1. Bill Parcells, 1983-90

  • 77 of his 172 career wins came as Giants head coach
  • Compiled a 77-49-1 record
  • Includes the first two Super Bowl wins in franchise history
  • Member of the 2013 Pro Football Hall of Game class

2. Jim Fassel, 1997-2003

  • Ranks fourth in team history with 58 wins
  • Coached Giants to 2000 NFC Championship
  • Lost to Baltimore Ravens, 34-7, in Super Bowl 35
  • Named NFL Coach of Year in 1997

3. Tom Coughlin, 2004-2015

  • Coached Giants to two Super Bowl wins
  • Super Bowl 42 win ended Patriots perfect season
  • 102 career wins ranks second best in franchise history
  • Eight postseason wins ties him with Parcells

4. Steve Owen, 1931-1953

  • Longest-tenured coach in Giants history (268 games coached)
  • 2 NFL Championships (1934, 1938)
  • Sporting News coach of the year (1950)
  • Franchise-record 153 coaching wins

Giants Home at MetLife Stadium

The New York Giants (and Jets) have called MetLife Stadium (originally known as New Meadowlands Stadium) home since the 2010 season. The venue is located in East Rutherford and less than a mile from Meadowlands Racetrack. The latter is home to a FanDuel Sportsbook as well.

MetLife Stadium is part of the Meadowlands Sports Complex.

  • Name: MetLife Stadium
  • Address: 1 MetLife Stadium Dr., East Rutherford, N.J.
  • Capacity: 82,500
  • Construction cost: $1.6 billion
  • Owner: MetLife Stadium Co.
  • Opening date: April 10, 2010
  • Giants’ average attendance: 73,882 fans during 2021 season (4th highest)
  • Other major events hosted: Site of Super Bowl 48 in 2014; Bon Jovi and Taylor Swift played in front of sell-out crowds.

Where to watch, stream or listen to the Giants game

All 17 Giants regular-season games will be televised as part of the NFL’s numerous TV contracts. Take a look at the schedule above to see where games will be broadcast.

Games will be available on CBSFOXNFL Network, and Amazon Prime.

For those listening on the radio, Giants games can be heard on flagship station WFAN 660 on the AM dial and 101.9 FM in New York. The Spanish broadcast is available on WQBU-FM 92.7.

Bob PapaCarl Banks, and Howard Cross broadcast the games over the Giants Radio Network.

Streaming services are another way to watch. Those apps include:

  • Giants App (in market only)
  • Giants.com (in market only)
  • NFL Game Pass 
  • NFL and Yahoos Sports apps

Where to watch the next Giants game live

If you can’t make it to MetLife Stadium this season, some fans may elect to take a day trip to the Atlantic City casinos and grab a seat at their favorite sportsbook.

Here are a few places to consider watching Giants games:

1. Redd’s Restaurant & Biergarten is so close to Metlife Stadium that a park & ride service is available (not that it will be needed this season). There are 35 flat screen TVs to watch the games. Redd’s also features an outdoor biergarten.

  • Address: 317 Washington Ave., Carlstadt
  • Telephone: 201-933-0015

2. Wicked Wolf Tavern is the place where “we know football!” The fan viewing experience includes 35-plus flat screen TVs and a 100-inch projection screen.

  • Address: 120 Sinatra Dr., Hoboken
  • Telephone: 201-659-7500

3. Rockafellas Sports Bar & Grill calls the same town as the G-Men home. Those looking to watch the live action unfold can take in he “great atmosphere”  that includes 21 HDTVs. A full menu adds to the game day experience.

  • Address: 443 Paterson Ave., East Rutherford
  • Telephone: 210-842-0777

New York Giants FAQ

The New York Giants are run by the Mara and Tisch families. The ownership ties date back to 1925. According to the team’s website, Tim Mara purchased the team for a reported $500. The current value is $3.9 billion, according to Forbes.

The late Bob Tisch came aboard in 1991. He purchased a 50% stake for $80 million.

Here is a look back at the Giants’ ownership since 1925:

  • Tim Mara – 1925-1958
  • Jack Mara – 1959-1964
  • Wellington Mara – 1959-2004
  • Tim J. Mara – 1965-1990
  • Bob Tisch – 1991-2004
  • Steven Tisch – 2005-present
  • John Mara – 2005-present

Four, two of which were won against the New England Patriots in the last 20 years. Here are the scores from Big Blue’s four Super Bowl victories:

  • Super Bowl 46: Feb. 5, 2012, New York 21, New England 17
  • Super Bowl 42: Feb. 3, 2008, New York 17, New England 14
  • Super Bowl 25: Jan. 27, 1991, New York 20, Buffalo 19
  • Super Bowl 21: Jan. 25, 1987, New York 39, Denver 20

The Giants are going with QB Daniel Jones, who took over for former Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning during the course of the 2019 season.

There are 14 Giants numbers that have been officially retired. The list of Giants players who have seen their number retired dates back to the late 1920s. A couple of the names on this list have played on Super Bowl-winning teams.

  • Ray Flaherty, OL/DL (1)
  • Tuffy Leemans, HB/FB (4)
  • Mel Hein, C/LB (7)
  • Phil Simms, QB (11)
  • Ward Cuff, WB/FB/HB/DB/K* (14)
  • Y.A. Title, QB* (14)
  • Frank Gifford, HB/F (16)
  • Al Blozis, OT/DT (32)
  • Joe Morrison, HB/FB/WR/TE/S (40)
  • Charlie Conerly, QB (42)
  • Ken Strong, FB/HB/K/P (50)
  • Lawrence Taylor, LB (56)
  • Eli Manning, QB (10)
  • Michael Strahan, DE (92)

*The New York Giants retired No. 14 in honor of both Cuff and Title. 

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