Point spread and
line: Giants vs. Bills, Eagles vs. Saints
The point spread and betting
line preview of the Sunday football games New York Giants vs.
Buffalo Bills and Philadelphia Eagles vs. New Orleans Saints.
a few interesting football games this Sunday, one of them - the
match up between the New York Giants (9-5) and the
Buffalo Bills (7-7). Even though the Bills missed their
chance to play playoff football this season, they remain a big
challenge for the Giants and the Eagles in the remaining two NFL
games. The NY Giants will have to win the game, however, in
order to keep on trucking towards the playoffs, following a
disappointing loss at home last week against the Redskins. The
odds makers are favoring the Giants this weekend, at the online
Bodog Sports (instant deposits
available) the point spread on the New York Giants vs.
Buffalo Bills game is currently sitting at -3 points chalk
the Giants. At
Bookmaker, the Bills will be
again an underdog, although the line on Buffalo is only +115 and
the line on the Giants is -135. On the road is where the Giants
are getting a big chunk of their Ws, keep in mind NY Giants are
5-1 against the spread in their last 6 games on the road, but
Buffalo is 6-1 against the spread in its last 7 games at home.
The total has gone UNDER in 5 of Buffalo's last 6 games when
playing NY Giants.
The next Sunday football game we will look
into is the battle between the Philadelphia Eagles (6-8)
and the New Orleans Saints (7-7). Thanks to a 24-31
victory over Arizona last week, the New Orleans Saints are still
contenders for playoff berth, but a victory over the Eagles is a
must. There is no room for mistakes in this game, which the
bookies expect to go the same way it went in January, when the
Saints beat the Eagles by three points. At
Bodog Sports the point
spread on the Philadelphia Eagles vs. New Orleans Saints
game is favoring the Saints -3.5 points with the total sitting
at 47 points. The betting line on the Saints is -170 and the
line no the Eagles is posted at +150. Eagles wide receiver
Reggie Brown is still questionable of the Sunday game against
the Saints, and so are DT LaJuan Ramsey and RB Brian Westbrook,
all game-day decisions. At the New Orleans Saints camp,
questionable remains running back Reggie Bush and probable is
wide receiver Marques Colston. Keep in mind that Philadelphia is
4-2 against the spread in its last 6 games and New Orleans is
1-6 against the spread in its last 7 games when playing
Philadelphia. The total has gone OVER in 5 of New Orleans's last
7 games when playing at home against Philadelphia.