New York Giants:
Betting odds 2007 football season
New York Giants head
coach Tom Coughlin on the hot seat this football season.
The New York Giants had a great start last season, but a
second-half collapse saw the NY Giants finish at 8-8. It was
good enough for the playoffs, but Philadelphia quickly ended all
dreams with a 23-20 victory. Head coach Tom Coughlin is entering
the 2007 NFL season on the hot seat and will almost certainly be
fired if the Giants start off the regular season on a limp.
Quarterback Eli Manning will have to focus this football season
after an average performance in the past. Leadership is missing
from the team and changes have to be done if the New York Giants
would like to see another playoff.
The defense is the weakest link with the
New York Giants, ranking 25th overall last football season.
Seven of the last eight opponents managed to score 23 or more
points against the Giants and if this trend does not disappear
in 2007, watch the point spread when betting on the Giants. A
prove is the last preseason game, when the New England Patriots
did a number on the New York Giants, winning 27-20, without Tom
Brady. Eli Manning went 5-of-8 for 58 yards passing in the loss
for the Giants. Brandon Jacobs ran for 21 yards and a touchdown
off eight carries.
The betting odds on the New York Giants are a
clear reflection of the team's condition - average odds on an
average team. These are the latest betting odds on the NY
Giants, as posted by the online bookmaker
Bodog Sports (new window):
New York Giants odds to win the NFC: 15/1
New York Giants odds to win the NFC East:
Odds on the Giants to win the 2008 Super Bowl:
How many NFL regular season wins betting lines
on the Giants: over 8
wins (+135); under 8 (-160)
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New York Giants.
Published on 08/31/2007