NFL Pro Football 2012 New York Giants Regular Season Win Odds

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It was a rollercoaster ride during much of their 2011 NFL pro football season for the New York Giants. It culminated in the team’s second Super Bowl title over the past five seasons. The Giants were fast out of the gates as they started 6-2 and were looking to make the playoffs following a 2009 and 2010 year where the club failed to make the postseason. Following play in week fifteen the New York Giants had fallen to 7-7 after a 23-10 road defeat at the Washington Redskins. That was the last defeat for the Giants last season as the club won six straight as they defeated the New England Patriots 21-17 in the Super Bowl as a +3 point underdog.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the New York Giants season win total listed at 9 ½ wins with the under favored at -175 odds and the over returning +145 odds.

In the playoffs the Giants set the tempo immediately proving that their defense would carry this club as they held the Atlanta Falcons to just 2 points in the NFC Wildcard game. After a stunning road win against the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers 37-20 Big Blue went into Candlestick Park and escaped with a 20-17 road overtime victory in the NFC Championship game. The Giants run game hit rock bottom in 2011 as the club had fallen to last in the league with a 3.6 yards per rush average offensively. So the team allowed running back Brandon Jacobs to depart and drafted David Wilson with their first pick in the 2011 draft out of Virginia Tech. Mario Manningham was a free agent casualty so the New York Giants looked to fill this void at the wide receiver position by drafting wide out Rueben Randle with their second pick out of LSU. In addition to their 6 games against NFC east foes the Giants will play a first place schedule so they play all the division winners from their conference from a season ago. They will face the NFC South and AFC North in the 2012 campaign. That means physical battles against the likes of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Baltimore Ravens as well as the good defenses from Cleveland Cincinnati. The Giants secondary will be tested against the Falcons, Saints and Panthers in 2012.

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