- The New York Giants are favored by 4.5 points against the Arizona Cardinals.
- Arizona was 8-4 against the spread in non-division games in 2022.
- The total is set at 40.5 points and is favored to go under that number with -115 odds.
GLENDALE, Ariz. – The Arizona Cardinals are 4.5-point home underdogs to the New York Giants. Sunday’s 40.5-point total has -115 odds to go under.
Both teams’ Week 1 games went under a 40.5-point total after combining for 16 points offensively. New York was shut out 40-0 by the Dallas Cowboys, but Arizona’s defense gave up the second-most points per game last season.
Neither team is worthy of a bet on the Super Bowl, but Sunday’s game has betting value for the under and the Cardinals to cover the 4.5-point spread.
Arizona Cardinals Vs New York Giants Betting Lines
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Arizona covered the 7.5-point spread in their Week 1 loss to the Washington Commanders, proving that they’re capable of keeping games close. The offense isn’t going to score much with Joshua Dobbs at quarterback, but Arizona’s defense forced three turnovers in a surprising Week 1 performance.
Meanwhile, the New York Giants scored zero points in their season-opener against the Dallas Cowboys.
Bet the Under at 40.5 Points (-115)
Dallas has one of the best defenses in the NFL, but being shut out at home in their first game has confidence at an all-time low for the Giants. New York gets a good bounce back opportunity against Arizona, as the Cardinals Super Bowl 58 odds are the longest of any team at +20000.
However, the only thing both teams proved in Week 1 is that scoring points will be a struggle in 2023. Bet the under at 40.5 points with -115 odds for Sunday’s game.
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