NFL Pro Football 2015 New York Giants Regular Season Win Odds Preveiws

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The 2014 New York Giants finished with a record of 6-10 and failed to make the playoffs. The team was in third place in the NFC East division.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the New York Giants lined to win 8 ½ games with both the over and under the 8 ½ wins returning -115 odds.

The Giants went to a quick strike passing offense in 2014 which was a major change from the deep drops that quarterback Eli Manning was used to running. They were 3-9 at one point during the year then finished winning three of their past four games. The offense was inept all preseason last year and into week two of the regular season. Then there was a three game win streak where the Giants put up 30 against Houston, 45 at Washington and 30 at home to Atlanta. In retrospect New York put up all those points against bad defensive teams. What followed was a seven game losing streak included a bad loss at Jacksonville.

The New York defense played poorly last year. The team was 29th and second worst in total defense as they allowed 375 yards per game. Quarterback Eli Manning completed 63% of his passes for 4410 yards with 30 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. He improved his interception to touchdown ratio from the 2013 campaign where Eli had 18 touchdowns and 27 picks. The offense suffered a major blow as Victor Cruz was lost after week six as he tore his knee at Philadelphia. Word is Cruz is on the way to playing in week one against Dallas and is listed as questionable on the injury report. With Cruz out the Giants looked to former LSU wide out Odell Beckham. In his rookie campaign Beckham started 11 games and saw action in 12. He finished with 91 catches for 1205 yards with 12 touchdowns. A big acquisition for New York was signing running back Shane Vereen in free agency. Vereen is quick and can get outside the tackle on the ground. He is a strong weapon in the passing game with his ability to catch and run plus get open out of the backfield.

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