New York Giants versus Chicago Bears NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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Thursday Night Football will feature two storied NFL pro teams as the winless New York Giants hit the highway to face Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears on October 10th. The Giants and Bears will get things started from Chicago at 8:25PM Eastern Time and NFL Network will provide the coast to coast TV broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the home side Chicago Bears favored by -8 points with an over under line set at 46 ½ points. Those who bet on Chicago on the money line will lay -380 odds. Bettors playing the New York Giants on the money line will get back +310 odds.

It has been a nightmare start of the 2013 season for the New York Giants. The team is off an 0-5 start and head coach Tom Coughlin is feeling the pressure. The Giants have failed to make the playoffs in three of their past four season. The major issue for the Giants has been their carelessness with the football as they commit a high number of turnovers. The Giants don’t have a running game to support Elis Manning in the passing game. Manning was the beneficial a great defense and running game in his two Super Bowl champion teams. The New York is 32nd and last in the NFL in running the football. On defense they rank 32nd and last in the NFL in scoring defense by giving up 36.4 points a game to their opponents. The Chicago Bears have now dropped two straight games as they enter play with a record 3-2. The Beas has shown the ability to put points on the scoreboard as they tally 29 points per contest ranking 4th best in the NFL. Jay Cutler on the year is completing 65.7% of his throws in 2013 with 10 touchdowns and 6 interceptions. In their back to back losses the defense surrendered 40 points a Detroit and last week at home the New Orleans Saints were able to post 26 points.

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