Eagles vs Giants Odds, Trends & Spreads

Eagles-Giants Spread

The Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants have a long matchup history dating back to 1933, when they played for the first time. Both teams belong to the NFC East division and often meet more than once every NFL season.

Bettors may find many opportunities to bet on the Eagles-Giants match based on the number of games alone.

However, team performances, past betting trends, and the types of bets you can place may also be factors on which bets are likely to win. You may need this information to increase your chances of making winning bets.

Eagles vs. Giants Stats Last Season

2020 NFL Week 7

The first match of the 2020 NFL season between the Eagles and Giants was on Thursday Night Football in Week 7. The game was held at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

Philly quarterback Carson Wentz scored first in the match with a touchdown. The Giants followed with another touchdown from QB Daniel Jones to end the first quarter at 7-7.

The rest of the game was followed by the Eagles scoring a field goal and two touchdowns. The Giants also scored two more touchdowns, but these weren’t enough to overtake the Eagles.

The match ended with the Eagles winning 22-21.

2020 NFL Week 10

In their second match in Week 10, the Eagles and Giants went head-to-head at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.

Jones scored the first point with a touchdown for the Giants, followed by a field goal from the Eagles’ kicker Jake Elliot.

The Giants further scored two touchdowns and two field goals, while the Eagles only got two touchdowns for the rest of the game.

The Giants won the match 27-17.

2020 NFL Season Matches

Philadelphia Eagles

  1. Washington Football Team - 17-27 (L)
  2. Los Angeles Rams - 19-37 (L)
  3. Cincinnati Bengals - 23-23 (T)
  4. San Francisco 49ers - 25-20 (W)
  5. Pittsburgh Steelers - 29-38 (L)
  6. Baltimore Ravens - 28-30 (L)
  7. New York Giants - 22-21 (W)
  8. Dallas Cowboys - 23-9 (W)
  1. NY Giants - 17-27 (L)
  2. Cleveland Browns - 17-22 (W)
  3. Seattle Seahawks - 17-23 (L)
  4. Green Bay Packers - 16-30 (L)
  5. New Orleans Saints - 24-21 (W)
  6. Arizona Cardinals - 26-33 (L)
  7. Dallas Cowboys - 17-37 (L)
  8. Washington Football Team - 14-20 (L)

New York Giants

  1. Pittsburgh Steelers - 16-26 (L)
  2. Chicago Bears - 13-17 (L)
  3. San Francisco 49ers - 9-36 (L)
  4. LA Rams - 9-17 (L)
  5. Dallas Cowboys - 34-37 (L)
  6. Washington Football Team - 20-19 (W)
  7. Philadelphia Eagles - 21-22 (L)
  8. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - 23-25 (L)
  9. Washington Football Team - 23-20 (W)
  10. Philadelphia Eagles - 27-17 (W)
  1. Cincinnati Bengals - 19-17 (W)
  2. Seattle Seahawks - 17-22 (W)
  3. Arizona Cardinals - 7-26 (L)
  4. Cleveland Browns - 6-20 (L)
  5. Baltimore Ravens - 13-27 (L)
  6. Dallas Cowboys - 23-19 (W)

Eagles vs. Giants Betting Trends Last Season

2020 NFL Week 7 Betting Odds

Moneyline: Giants (NYG) +205, Eagles (PHI) -245

Point spread: Giants (NYG) +5, Eagles (PHI) -5

Over/Under: 44.5

Winner: Eagles (22-21)

Spread: Giants (+4 ATS)

O/U: 43 - Under (-1.5)

2020 NFL Week 10 Betting Odds

Moneyline: Eagles (PHI) -225, Giants (NYG) +195

Point spread: Eagles (PHI) -4.5, Giants (NYG) +4.5

Over/Under: 46

Winner: Giants (27-17)

Spread: Giants (+14.5 ATS)

O/U: 44 - Under (-2)

Eagles vs. Giants All-Time Series

From 1933 to 2020, the Eagles and Giants met 176 times. Four of these matchups were postseason games.

The Eagles led the series with 88 wins, while the Giants won 86 times. The teams also tied twice.

The Eagles had an eight-win streak over the Giants from December 2016 to October 2020.

Notable Players During the 2020 NFL Season

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Carson Wentz (quarterback)
  • Miles Sanders (running back)
  • DeSean Jackson (wide receiver)
  • Zach Ertz (tight end)
  • Alshon Jeffery (wide receiver)
  • Lane Johnson (offensive tackle)

New York Giants

  • Daniel Jones (quarterback)
  • Golden Tate (wide receiver)
  • Saquon Barkley (running back)
  • Wayne Gallman (running back)
  • Darius Slayton (wide receiver)

How to Bet on the Eagles vs. Giants Odds

Moneyline - A moneyline is a simple bet to determine which contender will win the match straight up. The team with minus (-) odds is the favorite, while the one with plus (+) odds is the underdog.

Suppose the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Atlanta Falcons had a matchup. The Bucks’ moneyline odds are at -350, making them the favorite, and the Falcons are at +280, making them the underdog.

If you bet on the Bucks, a $350 bet will earn you a $100 profit if the team wins the match. If you bet on the Falcons to win, a $100 stake will give you $280.

Point spread - This bet predicts if a team wins or loses by a certain number of points against the contender.

Suppose the Bucks have a -6.5 spread and the Falcons have a +6.5 spread.

If you place a bet on the Bucks, the team has to win by seven points or more for your stake to win. If you bet on the Falcons, the team either has to win straight up against the Bucks or lose by no more than six points for you to win the bet.

Over/Under - An O/U bet determines whether or not the final combined score of both teams exceeds a specific score set by sportsbooks.

For example, if the Bucks vs. Falcons match has an O/U of 51.5 and you bet “over,” the combined total score must be 52 points or more. If you bet “under,” the total score must be 51 points or fewer.

In-play or live betting - You may bet on ongoing sporting events while you attend a game in-person, watch a live stream, or listen to a podcast.

Futures - These bets are placed on sporting events that will occur several weeks or months in the future.

In NFL games, these usually pertain to postseason events. Oddsmakers often set futures odds during the offseason so bettors can bet ahead of time.

Examples of futures bets are division playoffs, NFL conference championships, and the Super Bowl.

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