NFL Pro Football 2016 New York Giants Regular Season Win Odds Preveiws

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The 2015 New York Giants had a down season finishing with a record of 6-10 and missing the playoffs. Head coach Tom Coughlin resigned in the offseason and was replaced by the team’s offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo. During the Coughlin era the team had to overcome several key injuries to their offensive line and defense. To improve they must overcome the 32nd and last total and passing defense.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has the New York Giants lined at 8 wins with over favored at -135 odds with the under returning +105 odds.

If the Giants can get to 9 wins that could be enough in what could be one of the weakest divisions in the NFL. New York has talent on the offensive side of the ball. Quarterback Eli Manning has two Super Bowl victories to his credit. A season ago Manning completed 62% of his passes for 4432 yards with 35 touchdowns and 14 picks. His interception numbers have come way down since the 27 he threw in the 2013 campaign. Eli has been a very durable quarterback. He has started all 16 regular season games in all 8 seasons he has been in the NFL. There is a good news and bad news story to this. He has been durable because he is a pocket passer who feels pressure very well. But he has no mobility to extend drives with his feet a talent that many NFL quarterbacks are able to possess right now. It also means that Manning can avoid high speed collisions on the field with his inability to run down the field. Under Ben McAdoo’s west coast system short passes will take the place of running plays. Now that Coughlin is no longer head coach it will be interesting to see if McAdoo greatly reduces runs from scrimmage. Shane Vereen is a dual threat back out of the backfield with speed to the hole and the ability to catch and run. He caught 59 passes for 494 yards and four touchdowns last season. Those numbers could spike up. Odell Beckham Jr. and Victor Cruz form a strong starting receiver duo. Cruz has missed much of the past two seasons with injuries. This is a playoff offense but the Giants need to put pressure on the quarterback and stay healthy in the secondary.

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