Giants vs Chiefs Odds

Will the next game between the Kansas City Chiefs and New York Giants be the third overtime battle in the NFL rivalry?   

When betting on games featuring the NFC East’s Giants and AFC West’s Chiefs, it’s important to know the Giants vs. Chiefs odds. You also need more in-depth information about the history of games between these past Super Bowl champions so you can make the best bets possible. 

Read on to learn about game stats and betting trends from the most recent Giants vs. Chiefs game. We’ll also share fascinating facts from the all-time series and several ways to bet on Chiefs vs. Giants games.   

Giants vs. Chiefs: Highlights and Past Stats

Giants vs. Chiefs: Week 11 (2017)

Moneyline: KC -450, NYG -340

Point Spread: KC -10, NYG +10  

Over/Under: 44.5

Result: The Giants defeated the Chiefs 12-9. As a result, Kansas City didn’t cover the spread since it was favored by 10 points. The combined total score was 21, so the game went under.  


Kansas City visited the Giants at MetLife Stadium during Week 11.

New York Giants

The Giants had a disappointing 1-8 overall record entering their game against the Chiefs. They hadn’t won a home game in the NFL season. The Giants’ only win that year was on the road versus the AFC West’s Denver Broncos.

This game marked the first time the Giants were double-digit home underdogs (+10) since December 2007 when New York lost to QB Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.

Head Coach Ben McAdoo and the NYG were coming off two losses, including at home versus the Rams and against the 49ers last week. Those opponents demolished the Giants 82-38.  

Super Bowl MVP-winning QB Eli Manning went 28-for-37 in the Niners game and needed to complete more passes to wide receiver Sterling Shepard. He caught 16 passes for 212 yards during his past two games.

The Giants also struggled on defense, including cornerback Janoris Jenkins, who didn’t play well in the Giants’ 31-21 loss to San Francisco.

The Giants’ defense was ranked 31st in the NFL. It got an average of 400.3 yards and 26.4 points per game.

The Giants coaching staff encouraged the team, including players like lineman D.J. Fluker and cornerback Dominque Rodgers-Cromartie, to improve their performance with seven weeks left in the season.

The Giants were likely to make big offseason moves if the team didn’t turn things around before the end of the regular season. Coach McAdoo was already on the hot seat. 

The Giants had some recent success versus KC. It won the past four of five games and went 7-1 against the spread (ATS) in the past eight games. “Big Blue” also won all six home games in New York vs. Kansas City matchups.

Kansas City Chiefs

The 6-3 Chiefs lost three of four games before their bye week. Chiefs Head Coach Andy Reid racked up an incredible 16-2 career record after a bye week.

KC won its past three games following a bye week, which included straight-up and ATS.

Reid also had a career 16-13 record versus the Giants, which dated back to his years as the Philadelphia Eagles head coach. He also won eight of his last ten games versus Kansas City.

The Chiefs led the AFC West and earned road wins versus the New England Patriots, Los Angeles Chargers, and Houston Texans. 

KC started the season with a stellar 5-0 record but then lost three of its next four games. During those games, starting RB AJ Hunt didn’t rush for 100+ yards. The running backs needed to step up versus the Giants.

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WR Tyreek Hill also needed a big game versus the Giants’ cornerbacks, including Eli Apple. The past five touchdowns against Apple were for 30+ yards.

The Chiefs struggled on third down conversions, going 17 of 49 in their last four games. In two of the games, their net yards dropped below 300. The Chiefs’ defense also allowed an average of 420.7 yards per game.  

Kansas City won the last game between the teams by defeating the Giants 31-7 at Arrowhead Stadium. It was Coach Reid’s first season at KC. 

Giants vs. Chiefs: Past Betting Trends 

The Chiefs were 1-7 ATS during their last eight games versus the Giants. Meanwhile, in the previous five outings between the Chiefs and Giants, the total went under.

In their last 39 games, the Giants were 10-29 ATS in home games during November.

Giants vs. Chiefs: All-Time Series Facts

The New York Giants (NYG) and Kansas City Chiefs (KC) played each other 14 times. These contests only included regular-season games and not the playoffs since the teams play in different NFL conferences.

The Giants won 11 games while the Chiefs won three times. In 1974, the NYG and Chiefs played their first game, with New York defeating Kansas City 33-27.

Giants vs. Chiefs: Matchup History

Notable Players

New York Giants

  • Lawrence Taylor
  • Harry Carson
  • Eli Manning
  • Sam Huff
  • Frank Gifford
  • Emlen Tunnell
  • Andy Robustelli
  • Michael Strahan
  • Rosey Brown
  • Mel Hein

Kansas City Chiefs

  • Derrick Thomas
  • Tony Gonzalez
  • Len Dawson
  • Bobby Bell
  • Buck Buchanan
  • Patrick Mahomes
  • Johnny Robinson
  • Emmitt Thomas
  • Willie Lanier
  •  Priest Holmes

Giants vs. Chiefs: How to Bet on Games

When placing a bet on the Chiefs and Giants, you have several options, including the following:

Proposition Bet: A prop bet lets you bet on a specific game event or individual player. This bet is more often on a player rather than an event.

For instance, you could place a bet on which team scores first in a Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. Atlanta Falcons matchup. Another example is picking which player between the Arizona Cardinals vs. Seattle Seahawks scores the team’s first touchdown.

Moneyline: This straight-up (SU) bet requires bettors to select the football game’s winner or loser.   

Parlays: This bet is popular in pro sports leagues like the NBA, MLB, NHL, and NFL. Each part of this bet is known as a “leg.” You can win the bet if you win each of the legs. These events may span 2, 4, or 7 legs. 

If you don’t win all legs, then you lose the entire parlay bet.

For example, you can win a 3-leg parlay bet if you make a correct pick in each of the following games:

Baltimore Ravens vs. Buffalo Bills 

Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Football Team 

Tennessee Titans vs. Cincinnati Bengals  

Live Betting: With this type of bet, you can stake after the opening kickoff. You can also make bets during various game stages, such as the first half or second half.

Let’s say the opening kickoff of the Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings already happened. You can still place a bet. 

Teasers: This is one of the multi-leg accumulator bets. You can move each point spread of the bet to a more favorable line. One drawback, however, is that this option lowers the football picks’ betting odds, such as the Super Bowl odds.  

For instance, you could move the point spread of these three matchups:

Cleveland Browns vs. Indianapolis Colts 

New Orleans Saints vs. San Francisco 49ers

Carolina Panthers vs. New York Jets

Point Spread: These popular NFL odds are based on the number of points by which a sports team wins or loses. A minus sign (-) indicates the favorite, while a plus sign (+) indicates the underdog.  

Here are some examples:

Las Vegas Raiders (-3) vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (+3)

Los Angeles Rams (-7) vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+7)  

Green Bay Packers (-10) vs. Detroit Lions (+10)

Over/Under: This bet is also known as a totals bet. It projects the combined total points two teams will score during the game.

For example, bettors can pick over or under for the Miami Dolphins vs. Pittsburgh Steelers at 44.

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