Betting On The New York Giants To Win The Super Bowl
After a strong first season under head coach Brian Daboll, the New York Giants Super Bowl odds for the 2023-2024 season are likely to show a team that is on the rise. With foundational pieces along both sides of the line of scrimmage such as Kayvon Thibodeaux, Dexter Lawrence, and Andrew Thomas already in place, it will likely be the Giants' skill position improvement that dictates exactly where their Super Bowl 58 odds land. The Giants have shown the ability to overcome non-favorite status before, as the franchise has won two Super Bowls with odds of +2200 or longer (+2200 in 2011 and +3000 in 2077). New York had +800 Super Bowl odds in 1980 and +1200 in 1986 before eventually paying out for believers in the G-Men.
New York Giants sportsbooks offer a variety of Giants-related odds before every season, with each of those betting options relayed on this page as they are released. Odds on the Giants to win the NFC Championship and NFC East in 2023 will become available throughout the offseason, with those odds often changing by the day. Other New York Giants odds include win totals, playoff odds, and even player props. Outside of New York Giants betting odds, this page will highlight past playoff performances, deposit and withdrawal methods at NYG sportsbooks, and retail betting options on the team from the Big Apple.
Giants Playoff Record By Round
- Overall: 25-26
- Wild Card: 7-5
- Divisional Round: 6-9
- Conference Championship: 5-0
- Super Bowl: 4-1
New York Giants Playoff History
|1933, 1934, 1935, 1938, 1939, 1941, 1943, 1944, 1946, 1950, 1956, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1981, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1989, 1990, 1993, 1997, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2011, 2016|
|1933, 1934, 1935, 1938, 1939, 1941, 1944, 1946, 1986, 1989, 1990, 1997, 2000, 2005, 2008, 2011|
|1956, 1958, 1959, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1986, 1990, 2000, 2007, 2011|
|Super Bowl Victories||
|1987 (XXI), 1991 (XXV), 2008 (XLII), 2012 (XLVI)|
|Super Bowl Losses||
|Super Bowl Winning Quarterbacks||
|Phil Simms, Jeff Hostetler, Eli Manning|
|Super Bowl Winning Coaches||
|Bill Parcells, Tom Coughlin|
|Super Bowl MVPs||
|Phil Simms (XXI), Ottis Anderson (XXV), Eli Manning (XLII, XLVI),|
What Are The New York Giants Odds To Win The Super Bowl?
The New York Giants entered the 2022 season with +12500 odds to win the Super Bowl, with sportsbooks likely to shrink those odds heading into Brian Daboll's second campaign. Odds on the New York Giants to win the Super Bowl will typically be released the week before the completion of the previous season, with Super Bowl 57 betting odds updated after every major offseason move.
NFC Championship odds for the New York Giants will be released with Super Bowl odds at most online sportsbooks. For the Giants, that meant +6000 odds in 2022 which were the franchise's longest since 2019. The last time the Giants won the NFC Championship was in 2011 when Eli Manning helped bettors cash in on tickets with +1000 odds.
The team with the longest drought without a division title, the New York Giants NFC East betting odds have not been shorter than +450 since 2017. Past New York Giants NFC East crowns have paid out well, with titles in 2011 (+300), 2008 (+325), and 2005 (+700) all paying out generously to bettors.
2023 New York Giants Betting Odds
New York Giants ATS Betting History
- 2022: 13-4
- 2021: 6-11
- 2020: 9-7
- 2019: 7-9
- 2018: 8-7-1
- 2017: 7-9
- 2016: 9-7-1
New York Giants Over/under Betting History
- 2022: 7-9-1
- 2021: 5-11-1
- 2020: 3-13
- 2019: 10-6
- 2018: 9-7
- 2017: 6-10
- 2016: 5-12
Betting On The Giants In New York
The best sportsbooks to bet on the Giants in New York will be the ones located outside of New York, but accessible over the internet in the state, such as Bovada. This is because the local NY books will have slightly slanted odds on the Giants, since they are a hometown team and so many will want to wager on them. This is not to say the local books are a bad option – after all, before they were regulated, many of their current customers used to cross the bridge into New Jersey in order to wager on sports – a thing they didn’t have to do at the time thanks to international books, but now definitely do not have to do.
For those that don’t want to make their way to an in-person sportsbook, understand that New York does not have regulated online betting. Instead, use the online sportsbooks regulated outside of the US like BetOnline and others. They offer plenty of different Giants odds and are legal to use.
Live Betting On The NY Giants
Betting on the Giants live can help bettors get an edge when they place wagers on the Giants. If you bet on the Giants live, you can take advantage of your contextual knowledge of the team to gain an edge on the sportsbooks. Live betting can also be used to hedge or double down on wagers on the Giants. As an example, if you bet on Daniel Jones to go over 200 yards, and he has 160 by halftime, you can either hedge or double down on that wager on the live lines, allowing you to either extract some additional profit or some additional locked-in money.
New York Giants fans and bettors are some of the most loyal ones in the entire league. That being said, any opportunity they get to lay action on the New York Football Giants, they take. Now they can take advantage of any Giants betting odds from wherever they are thanks to mobile online sportsbooks like BetOnline or MyBookie which all allow bettors to place bets right from their phones as long as they have access to the internet.
New York Giants Odds History
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New York Giants Playoff History
The New York Giants’ playoff history can go toe-to-toe with nearly any other team in NFL History. With 33 playoff appearances, 16 divisional championships, 11 conference championships, and four Super Bowl Championships to the franchise's name, there is a clear standard of excellence that the New York Giants have in place.
Giants Playoff Appearances
Since the Giants were first made an NFL team back in 1925, they have seen 33 playoff berths. Their first one came in 1933 under coach Steve Owen who coached the Giants from 1931-1953. In those years, he led them to 10 of their playoff appearances. From 1956 to 1963, they only managed to make the playoffs six times under both Jim Lee Howell and Allie Sherman. They did not make the playoffs again until 1981. From 1981 to the year 2000, they made the playoffs nine total times under some notable coaches including Bill Parcells, Dan Reeves and Jim Fassel. In the 2000s and 2010s, things continue strong as they have muscled in eight more playoff appearances.
Giants Division Championships
The Giants have seen 16 of their 32 playoff appearances turn into division championships. From 1933 to 1950, they won eight of their division titles all under Steve Owen at head coach and also under eight different quarterbacks including Harry Newman, Ed Danowski, Tuffy Leemans and Frank Filchock. They then went on a 20-year drought where they did not win a division title until 1986 under Bill Parcells who led them to three division titles from 1986 to 1990. From 1990 to the present day, they have added five more division titles to their resume with their most recent one coming in 2011.
Giants Conference Championships
The Giants have been pretty efficient when it comes to turning division titles into conference titles as of their 16 division titles, 11 of them of turned into conference championships. Their first conference title came in 1956 under coach Jim Lee Howell who won three conference titles during his tenure. In the 60s, the Giants were winners of three conference titles from 1961-1963 under Allie Sherman at coach and Y.A. Tittle at quarterback. Their next conference championship did not come until 1986 under Bill Parcells and again in 1990. From 1990 until the present day they have won three more conference titles from 2000 2011 which is their most recent one.
Giants Super Bowl Victories
The Giants currently have four Super Bowl rings to their name with two of them coming under Bill Parcells in 1987 and 1991. Tom Coughlin was the coach of their next two in 2008 and 2011.
Looking back at their first Super Bowl win in 1987 for Super Bowl XXI, they defeated the Denver Broncos with a final score of 39-20. Going into the game, the Giants were seen as 9-point favorites and easily crushed the spread being that they won by 19 points. As for the Super Bowl MVP, Phil Simms won those honors after going an efficient 22/25 for 268 passing yards, three touchdowns and zero interceptions.
Their second championship came in 1991 which marks Parcells last one with the team. In Super Bowl XXV the Giants took down the Buffalo Bills in a very close game that ended with a final score of 20-19. The Giants actually went into the game being seen as 6.5-point underdogs and pulled off the upset here as they won. Ottis Anderson was named the Super Bowl MVP after rushing for 102 yards and a touchdown.
Their next Super Bowl did not come until 2008 where Tom Coughlin’s Giants defeated the New England Patriots with a final score of 17-14. The Giants were seen as the underdogs here as well but by a giant 12.5-points and completely shocked the Patriots after taking them down. Eli Manning was named the MVP of the game as he went for 255 yards and two touchdowns which included a game-winning touchdown pass to Plaxico Burress with just 35 seconds left on the clock.
The Giants most recent Super Bowl came in 2011 where they not only faced off against the New England Patriots once more but were also seen as 3-point underdogs as well. The Giants came out on top with a final score of 21-17 and clearly beat the spread. Eli Manning was named the MVP here once more after going for 296 yards and a touchdown.
1950: The New York Giants’ Most Recent Playoff Comeback
The New York Giants have not had a very good history when it comes to making up large deficits, coming back from a 20+ point deficit just three times in their entire history. Interestingly, none of those comebacks have taken place since 1950, meaning the Giants have gone decades without a 20+ point comeback. The most recent large playoff comeback the Giants made was on November 19, 1950 against the Baltimore Colts. The Colts went up 21-0 in the second quarter behind (most notably) a 50 yard touchdown scored off a lateral. The Giants then put up 55 unanswered points, scoring seven touchdowns while holding the Colts to 0 points in the entire second half. Even more surprisingly, they have not made up a deficit of 10 or more points in any of their playoff appearances.