- The Philadelphia Eagles have -110 odds to cover -7.5 points against the New York Giants.
- The Giants are taking 53% of bets to cover the spread vs. the Eagles.
- The Giants have the best record in the league ATS at 14-4.
PHILADELPHIA – For the third time this season, the Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants will square off. This time in the Divisional Round of the NFL playoffs where the Eagles are favored giving 7.5 points on the spread.
Philadelphia Eagles Vs. New York Giants
- Moneyline: Eagles (-370) vs. Giants (+285)
- Spread: Eagles -7.5
- Total: 48 Points
Since NFL online sportsbooks first opened these lines following the Giants Wild Card win over the Minnesota Vikings, the G Men have been taking in some serious action to cover the spread. They are reeling in 53% of the total bets being placed and 51% of the betting handle.
Make no mistake though, the public is still heavily in favor the Eagles winning with their moneyline odds taking in 78% of bets and 75% of the money.
In the two games that the Eagles and Giants played this season, the Eagles came away with wins both times and both teams earned a win against the spread as well.
Can The Giants Stay Hot ATS Against Eagles?
Both the Giants and Eagles are on opposite ends of the spectrum when it comes to their play against the spread this season. The Eagles sit at an 8-9 record ATS covering by +0.8 points on average and winning games by an average of 7.8 points. The Giants, on the other hand, hold the NFL’s best spread record of 14-4 up to this point covering the spread by +3.2 points each time out and have covered in each of their last five games.
Matchup trends are heavily in favor of the Giants as well as the road team between the two in their last 10 meetings has gone 7-3 ATS. New York is also 5-1 ATS in their last five games played in Philly.
Since 2003, in nine games that the New York Giants odds had them as a dog on the road in the playoffs, they have held an impressive 8-1 ATS record and a 6-3 record S/U.
In nine games since 2003 for the Eagles odds as a home favorite, they haven’t lived up to expectations going 2-7 against the spread and 4-5 on the moneyline.
Backing up the way that the public is betting on the Giants to keep things close but the Eagles to win, since 2017 the two have played one another 12 times. In those games, the Giants have gone 8-4 against the spread while the Eagles are 10-2 S/U.
New York Giants to cover +7.5 points on the spread
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