NY Giants Odds
There are few things that make New Yorkers stop what they’re doing and pay attention. A New York Giants game is one of them.
New York found a formidable 1-2 punch in QB Daniel Jones and RB Saquon Barkley. If New York wants to continue this upward trend, those two pieces will be key.
See below for how to bet on the Giants online in NY including real-time Giants game lines and Giants Super Bowl odds direct from top NY online sportsbooks.
This week’s Giants odds
See below for Giants spread odds as posted at NY online sportsbooks. Click on any odds to go right to the sportsbook, claim the bonus, and get started.
Giants Super Bowl, NFC odds
Giants futures odds are posted all year round; see below for the best current Giants odds across all online sportsbooks. Click on any odds to claim your bonus and bet the Giants.
Saquon Barkley prop odds
Think Saquon Barkley is going to light it up on Sunday? See below for the latest prop odds, but know you cannot bet on season awards like MVP. Click on any odds to get started.
Next Up: Seattle Seahawks
- Seahawks Record: 2-1
- Seahawks Offense Rank: 18
- Seahawks Defense Rank: 28
- Location: MetLife Stadium
- Broadcast: ABC
- Date: Monday, October 2, 2023
- Time: 8:15 PM
Betting Lines And Odds For Giants Vs. Seahawks
|Favorite||Spread||Favorite Spread Odds||Underdog Spread Odds||Total||Over Total Odds||Under Total Odds|
The betting insights in this article reflect betting data from DraftKings as of September 30, 2023, 10:37 AM ET.
Giants Betting Trends
|Point Total AVG||42.7||44.5||41.8|
|Implied Team Total AVG||24.7||24.0||25.0|
|Moneyline Favorite Record||1-0||0-0||1-0|
|Moneyline Underdog Record||0-2||0-1||0-1|
Giants Stats Insights
- The Giants have been a bottom-five offense this season, ranking fifth-worst with 253.3 yards per contest. On defense, they are ranked 24th in the (361.7 yards allowed per game).
- New York ranks second-worst in scoring offense (14.3 points per game) and third-worst in scoring defense (32.7 points per game allowed) this year.
- The Giants have been a bottom-five pass offense this year, ranking fifth-worst with 165.3 passing yards per game. Defensively, they are ranked 19th in the (223.7 passing yards allowed per game).
- Despite sporting a bottom-five run defense that ranks fifth-worst in the (138.0 rushing yards allowed per game), New York has put up better results offensively, ranking 24th in the by totaling 88.0 rushing yards per game.
- The Giants own the 20th-ranked third-down offense this year (37.5% third-down percentage), but they've been worse on the other side of the ball, ranking fifth-worst with a 48.7% third-down conversion rate allowed.
Recent Meetings With The Seahawks
|Date||Favorite||Home Team||Spread||Total||Favorite Moneyline||Underdog Moneyline||Total Yards||Result|
|10/30/2022||Seahawks||Seahawks||-3||44.5||-155||+135||277-225 SEA||27-13 SEA|
|12/6/2020||Seahawks||Seahawks||-10.5||47.5||-530||+425||327-290 SEA||17-12 NYG|
Giants Player Insights
- This season Daniel Jones has collected 562 yards through the air (187.3 yards per game) while completing 64.9% of his passes, with two touchdowns and four interceptions. He also has 107 rushing yards on 24 attempts (plus one touchdown), averaging 35.7 YPG.
- Saquon Barkley has racked up a team-leading 114 yards (57.0 per game) and picked up one touchdown. He also averages 20.5 receiving yards, reeling in nine passes for 41 yards and one touchdown.
- Barkley is considered questionable for the upcoming game versus the Seahawks on Monday.
- Darren Waller has 12 catches (20 targets) and paces his team with 132 receiving yards (44.0 ypg).
- Darius Slayton has added nine receptions (on 17 targets) for 109 yards.
- Jalin Hyatt is averaging 29.7 yards per game, with two catches for 89 yards.
- Kayvon Thibodeaux has 1.0 sack to lead the team, and has also racked up 1.0 TFL and seven tackles.
- Micah McFadden has totaled 24 tackles and 5.0 TFL to lead the team in tackles.
|Player||Pos.||Injury||Practice Participation||Game Status||Status Date|
Giants 2023-2024 Schedule
|1||September 10, 2023||vs Dallas Cowboys||Cowboys -3.5||L, 40-0||NBC (SNF)|
|2||September 17, 2023||at Arizona Cardinals||Cardinals -5||W, 31-28||FOX|
|3||September 21, 2023||at San Francisco 49ers||49ers -10.5||L, 30-12||AMAZON (TNF)|
|4||October 2, 2023||vs Seattle Seahawks||Seahawks -2||-||ABC (MNF)|
|5||October 8, 2023||at Miami Dolphins||Dolphins -9.5||-||FOX|
|6||October 15, 2023||at Buffalo Bills||Bills -7||-||NBC (SNF)|
|7||October 22, 2023||vs Washington Commanders||Commanders -2.5||-||CBS|
|8||October 29, 2023||vs New York Jets||Jets -1.5||-||CBS|
|9||November 5, 2023||at Las Vegas Raiders||Raiders -1.5||-||FOX|
|10||November 12, 2023||at Dallas Cowboys||Cowboys -5.5||-||FOX|
|11||November 19, 2023||at Washington Commanders||Commanders -1.5||-||FOX|
|12||November 26, 2023||vs New England Patriots||Patriots -1.5||-||FOX|
|14||December 11, 2023||vs Green Bay Packers||Packers -2.5||-||ABC (MNF)|
|15||December 17, 2023||at New Orleans Saints||Saints -2.5||-||FOX|
|16||December 25, 2023||at Philadelphia Eagles||Eagles -7||-||FOX (MNF)|
|17||December 31, 2023||vs Los Angeles Rams||Rams -3||-||FOX|
|18||January 7, 2024||vs Philadelphia Eagles||Eagles -3||-||-|
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How to bet on Giants games in NY
When you’re ready to place your bets on Giants games, you’ll naturally need a place to play.
You can register for an account here at home without issue and be up and running in no time. As a quick example, if you’re ready to hit the ground running with the DraftKings Sportsbook app, here’s what you need to do.
- To create an account with DraftKings, click through on our exclusive links. By doing so, you’ll get the best possible sign-up offer available.
- At the registration page, enter your info and follow the prompts. Once you click submit to complete the process, your new account will be created in seconds.
- Take the time to download the app for your iOS or Android device directly from the DraftKings site and log in on mobile.
- Make your first deposit or get ready to use your bonus bets, and start browsing the New York Giants betting odds for appealing opportunities.
It only takes a few minutes to have access to a real live sportsbook. You can handle all account management functions from anywhere, but you’ll need to be in NY when placing bets. Your location will be verified with geolocation tracking. If you’re not in NY, the bets won’t go through.
Giants live betting & app download
The betting action doesn’t have to end once the Giants game kicks off. An explosively popular form of wagering known as live betting affords you with the chance to bet right along as the game plays out in real-time. Also known as in-play or in-game betting, things move really fast here. Mobile apps make it really easy to stay on top of what’s happening.
You’ll find a dedicated section for live betting at online and mobile sportsbooks. The odds are constantly updating while winning bets are paid out quickly. The exact offerings will vary based on what’s going on, but here are some examples of what you’ll see.
- New moneyline, spread, and totals odds for Giants games based on what’s happening
- NFL player props such as Over/Under on yardage for Saquon Barkley first-half yards
- Wager on smaller parts of the game such as quarters, halves, and even drives
Once the game gets started, you can have the mobile betting app on standby and check for opportunities as the action plays out. When you find an option you like, place the bet and enjoy the action like never before. Live betting really opens up the possibilities, but remember to stick to a game plan and budget while wagering responsibly.
How do Giants betting lines work?
Whenever the Giants get set to take the field, you’ll find odds for the game at online and mobile sportsbooks. Giants betting lines are released early in the week and will move up until kickoff, so shopping around to compare prices is always a good call. You can find upcoming games by clicking on the NFL or football tab. Here’s what a typical set of NFL betting lines might look like at WynnBet Sportsbook NY.
- Philadelphia Eagles +2.5 (-110) +120 O 44.5 (-110)
- New York Giants -2.5 (-110) -140 U 44.5 (-110)
When reading a game listing, it’s the road team on top with the home side on the bottom, but there are NFL neutral-site games once in a while. For spreads and moneyline odds, negative numbers point to the favorite while positive digits equal underdogs. In our example, the Giants are 2.5-point favorites on the spread and favored on the moneyline.
When the numbers are close for these two bets, we can assume that oddsmakers see a tight game. If there’s a wide span, they’re seeing a paper mismatch. Spreads and totals will include the number set by the book – 2.5 and 44.5 in this case – and the odds for the bet, which is set at the default of -110 for our example. Here’s a runthrough of how the bets work.
- Moneyline: Just pick the winner
- Point spread: Take the favorite minus the points or the underdog plus the spread
- Totals: Choose Over or Under on the estimated total
For returns, you’ll see the possibilities once you add your choice to the slip and plug in a wager amount, but you can also use the odds as a guide. If it’s a negative number, the value is the same as what you have to lay out to get $100 back on a winner, such as $110 at -110. When the odds are positive, you’ll get back that amount for $100 winners – i.e. $120 at +120.
How to bet on Giants futures and props
Futures and props are two of the other very popular bet types for the NFL. Futures let you take a long-term view on the entire season. You can do the same with some props, but many of the top bets in this category revolve around the individual games and player performances. Future and season-long prop odds come out in the offseason.
The market will move in response to betting action, so you’ll want to shop around here as well to get the best prices. For example, the BetRivers NY app may have the Giants at one set of odds while PointsBet NY app has a more favorable price point. The idea is to find the selections you want at the best possible odds. Some of the opportunities you’ll see include:
- Bet on Giants to win Super Bowl, conference or division
- Over/Under wagers on Giants regular season win total
- Odds for the Giants to make or miss the playoffs
Season-long props include player award winners – MVP, rookie of the year, etc. – but NY sportsbooks cannot accept bets on these markets, per state law. However, New York bettors can wager on season-long stat leaders, such as TDs, rushing yards, etc. These markets are also very popular, so shop around as the odds will move based on betting action. A well-timed futures bet can deliver a solid return if all goes well, so you’ll want to find as much bang for the buck as possible.
For the individual games, you can find the available markets by clicking through on the game listing. There are generally lots of different options for each game with props revolving around the game as a whole, team performance, and on the accomplishments of individual players. Here are some of the options you might see.
- How many total TDs will Daniel Jones throw – Over/Under 2.5?
- Which player will have more combined yards – Saquon Barkley or Derrick Henry?
- Will there be a pick six in the game – Yes/No?
Props with two choices will look like a moneyline bet with odds on both sides to choose from. There are also multi-choice props like the player to score the first TD in the game. Odds will be listed for all available options, similar to what you’d find in the futures market. Futures and props provide users with even more ways to bet on the Giants all season long.
NY house rules for betting NFL games
NY sports betting sites have house rules in place for betting on the NFL and other sports. If there’s not a dedicated section for them, you can find them in the terms and conditions, help, or FAQ sections. House rules cover things like the settlement and placement of wagers. Here’s the gist of what you need to know for football betting.
- Games that are completely cancelled or postponed will be considered void and refunded. Placed bets on games that go off as scheduled are considered action once the ball is kicked off.
- If a game is slightly delayed, it may still remain live if the contest is expected to be completed soon thereafter. In the unlikely event of a game not being completed after starting, wagers will be considered a push unless a certain amount of time has been completed.
- Bet settlement is based on official league data and results. This covers all wager types, including player props. The sportsbook will not entertain complaints on outcomes you disagree with or stats you feel should have been accumulated differently.
There’s a lot of crossover in sports betting among operators, including on the rules front. However, there can be some variances on how certain situations are handled. That being the case, you should always take the time to review the house rules at the books you are playing on. If you’re unclear about a specific rule, reach out to sportsbook support for clarity.
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Giants biggest rivalries
While 2020 was a down year for the NFC East as a whole, it still remains a division that’s chock full of historic rivalries. The four teams in the division use each other as measuring sticks, and divisional battles are among the top highlights of the season schedule. The Giants face their fellow NFC East squads twice each season, once at home and once away.
- Dallas Cowboys
- Philadelphia Eagles
- Washington Football Team
The Cowboys were devastated by a season-ending injury to QB Dak Prescott, but the team became more competitive down the stretch and could bounce back next season. A trying season for the Eagles led to a head coaching change, so we’ll have to wait and see how that will materialize.
Washington is the defending division champ and could take further steps forward in 2021. For the Giants, mission one is winning the division or snagging a wild card spot in the coming year. How they fare in the six divisional games will go a long way towards determining how successful they are, so these games are more than worthy of being circled on the calendar.
Giants stats leaders
There has been a changing of the guard in recent years for the Giants, and not just at head coach. Franchise legend Eli Manning hung up the cleats for good at the end of 2019, leaving Daniel Jones to take the mantle and help usher in the new era. Here’s a look back at the Giants leaders in key categories over the last few seasons.
|Year||Pass Yds||Rush Yds||Receive Yds||Tackles||INTS|
|2022||Jones - 3,205||Barkley - 1,312||Slayton - 724||Love - 124||Love, Belton - 2|
|2021||Jones - 2,428||Barkley - 593||Golladay - 521||Crowder - 130||McKinney - 5|
|2020||Jones - 2,943||Gallman - 682||Slayton - 751||B. Martinez - 151||J. Bradberry - 3|
|2019||Jones - 3,027||Barkley - 1,003||Slayton - 740||A. Bethea - 110||J. Jenkins - 4|
|2018||Manning - 4,299||Barkley - 1,307||Beckham - 1,052||L. Collins - 96||A. Ogletree - 5|
Giants draft picks
The Giants have had eight first-round draft picks over the past five seasons. The club has managed to build the core of a young offense as a result, but we’ll naturally have to wait and see how it all pans out. Traditionally, the team has done pretty well in the NFL Draft, so it’ll be interesting to see who they snag next time around.
Giants coaching staff
Joe Judge is entering his second season at the helm for the Giants. The former special teams coordinator of the New England Patriots received high marks for his work in year one in spite of the team finishing with an overall record of 6-10. There are hopes that the team’s trajectory will continue on the upward track next season. Here’s who will be helping Judge make that happen.
- Offensive coordinator: Jason Garrett
- Assistant head coach/defensive coordinator: Patrick Graham
- Special teams coordinator: Thomas McGaughey
- Quarterbacks: Jerry Schuplinski
- Running backs: Burton Burns
- Tight ends: Freddie Kitchens
- Wide receivers: Tyke Tolbert
- Assistant offensive line: Ben Wilkerson
- Senior offensive assistant: Derek Dooley
- Offensive quality control: Bobby Blick
- Defensive line: Sean Spencer
- Inside linebackers: Kevin Sherrer
- Defensive backs: Jerome Henderson
- Assistant defensive backs: Anthony Blevins
- Defensive assistant: Jody Wright
- Defensive quality control: Michael Treier
- Assistant special teams: Tom Quinn
- Special projects and situations: Amos Jones
Past Giants coaches
Joe Judge is the 21st head coach in Giants franchise history. He’s the fourth man to try to fill the shoes of Tom Coughlin, who led the team to a pair of Super Bowl victories and moved on following the 2015 season. There has historically been much more continuity on the sidelines for the club, and the hopes are that Judge is the one to lead the way for the foreseeable future.
New York Giants home games
Despite the NY name, the Giants actually play home games over in neighboring NJ and have done so since 1976. The original digs were known as Giants Stadium. A new home base opened its doors in 2010 in the same city with the club sharing the field with the New York Jets. Here’s what you need to know about where the Giants play home games.
The stadium is very close to the FanDuel Sportsbook in the Meadowlands complex, as well.
- Name: MetLife Stadium
- Address: 1 MetLife Stadium Dr.
- Location: East Rutherford, NJ 07073
- Owner: MetLife Stadium Company
- Capacity: 82,500
- Groundbreaking: Sept. 5, 2007
- Opening date: Apr. 10, 2010
- Construction cost: $1.6 billion
- Surface: FieldTurf
- Other events hosted: Concerts, college football, pro wrestling, etc.
Unlike other pro sports leagues, NFL teams don’t sell their own broadcast rights. Regular season games are sold as a package. Here’s who handles what.
- Sunday afternoons: CBS and FOX
- Thursday Night Football: FOX and NFL Network
- Sunday Night Football: NBC
- Monday Night Football: ESPN
The folks calling the action will vary depending on the outlet covering the game as each network has its own announce teams to lean on. For radio, Giants games can be found on 660 WFAN-AM. Bob Papa calls the action with giants legend Carl Banks taking care of the analysis. Howard Cross serves as sideline reporter for Giants radio broadcasts.
How to stream Giants games
Outlets that cover NFL games may also provide a web and mobile feed, but sign-in credentials from your TV provider are generally required. All of the major channels that cover NFL games can be found in cable and satellite packages, while options may vary on the cord cutting side. DirectTV and NFL RedZone also cover the Sunday afternoon NFL games but require a subscription.
The NFL app provides a stream of local and primetime games, as does the Yahoo Sports app via Verizon. As always, availability may vary, so confirm before making plans to catch the game on your device. If you’re looking to pick up the audio feed of a Giants game online or on the go, look towards the WFAN app or website, or check out TuneIn radio for other options.
Best bars to watch the Giants in NY
Game day for Giants fans is a big deal and traditions abound as a result. There are folks who head to the stadium religiously, others who prefer to catch the action from the comforts of home, and some who like to head out and soak in the atmosphere. If you fall in the latter category, here’s a trio of spots across NY that you should place on the bucket list.
Taproom No. 307
- Address: 307 3rd Ave. New York, NY 10010
- Phone: (212) 725-4766
- Hours: Mon. – Fri. 4 p.m. – 10 p.m. Sat. – Sun. Noon – 10 p.m.
- Notes: A vast selection of beers, standard bar bites, and great sight lines to catch the action make this a popular hangout on Giants game days.
- Address: 431 White Plains Rd. Eastchester, NY 10709
- Phone: (914) 395-3838
- Hours: Open daily Noon – 10 p.m.
- Notes: If you’re looking for a solid spot outside of the city, this Irish-Ameircan pub has lots of flat screens and a great selection of food and beverages.
Uncle Joe’s Grill & Sports Bar
- Address: 302 W. Green St. Ithaca, NY 14850
- Phone: (607) 273-2662
- Hours: Mon. – Fri . 4 p.m. – 10 p.m. Sat. 2 p.m. – 10 p.m. Sun. 2 p.m. – 9 p.m.
- Notes: A casual bar and grill in the Finger Lakes region offers up screens, pool, darts, and plenty of beverages and eats.
Brief Giants history
The roots of the Giants go all the way back to 1925. The club joined the NFL in 1925 and found some success in the pre-merger days by winning four league championships. In the modern era, the club has also hit several high notes while winning four Super Bowl titles. However, there was quite a rough patch for the team from the mid-1960s into the 1980s.
The franchise began turning things around in the early part of that decade. Head coach Bill Parcells, QB Phil Simms, and LB Lawrence Taylor were the cornerstones of a team that was a frequent postseason participant. Following the era of Parcells and company, playoff appearances were sporadic until the Tom Coughlin era took off.
Coughlin moved on in 2015, while franchise QB Eli Manning retired following the 2019 season. Naturally, the franchise has its sights set on the next era of greatness, but it remains a work in progress as the club hasn’t made it to the postseason since 2016. Here’s a look at some of the key details from franchise history.
- Super Bowl wins: 4 – last in 2011
- NFL titles: 4 – last in 1956
- NFC titles: 5 – last in 2011
- Division titles: 16 – last in 2011
- Playoff appearances: 32 – last in 2016
- Career passing yards: Eli Manning – 57,023
- Career rushing yards: Tiki Barber – 10,449
- Career receiving yards: Amani Toomer – 9,497
- Career scoring: Pete Gogolak – 646
- Career interceptions: Emlen Tunnell – 74
- Career sacks: Michael Strahan – 141.5
- Single-season passing TDs: YA Tittle – 36 in 1963
- Single-season rushing yards: Tiki Barber – 1,860 in 2005
- Single-season receptions: Steve Smith – 107 in 2009
The Giants have been owned by the Mara family since the inception of the franchise in 1925, while the Tisch family acquired a stake in 1991. John Mara and Steve Tisch are the primary owners with the latter serving as chairman and the former as president.
To date, the Giants have retired a total of 13 numbers for 14 players. Here’s the complete list along with player tenure.
- 1 – Ray Flaherty, End, 1928-35
- 4 – Tuffy Leemans, RB, 1936-43
- 7– Mel Hein, C & LB, 1931-45
- 10 – Eli Manning, QB, 2004-19
- 11 – Phil Simms, QB, 1979-93
- 14 – Ward Cuff, HB & WB, 1937-45 and YA Tittle, QB, 1961-64
- 16 – Frank Gifford, HB & WR, 1952-64
- 32 – Al Blozis, OT, 1942-44
- 40 – Joe Morrison, RB & WR, 1959-72
- 42 – Charlie Conerly, QB, 1948-61
- 50 – Ken Strong, HB, 1933-47
- 56 – Lawrence Taylor, LB, 1981-93
- 92 – Michael Strahan, DE, 1993-2007
The official website of the New York Giants can be found here. You’ll find team news, ticket info, and much more. The club also has a presence on the top social media outlets. In the blogosphere, Big Blue View and GMEN HQ are two popular places to stay on top of all of the latest happenings with the team.
The latest NFL franchise valuations from Forbes magazine peg the Giants with a price tag of $4.3 billion, which checks in at third on the list of 32 teams. At the top of the list is the Dallas Cowboys with a value of $5.7 billion, while the Cincinnati Bengals close things out at $2 billion.
The Giants have an all-time record of 24-25 in postseason games. The club has not advanced to the NFL Playoffs since 2016. Here are the final results for the last five times the club has made it to the dance.
- 2016: Lost in wild card round at Green Bay Packers, 38-13
- 2011: Won Super Bowl XLVI over New England Patriots, 21-17
- 2008: Lost in divisional round to Philadelphia Eagles, 23-11
- 2007: Won Super Bowl XLII over New England Patriots, 17-14
- 2006: Lost wild card round to Philadelphia Eagles, 23-20