New York Giants Season Preview and Betting Odds

Welcome to Vegas Sports Betting New York Giants season preview where we will talk about the chance and odds of them winning the division, conference, and Super bowl offered by the best online sportsbooks.

Vegas Sports Betting: New York Giants Season Preview and Betting Odds

Vegas Sports Betting: New York Giants Season Preview and Betting Odds

The New York Giants have much to recuperate from last year’s poor performance and this year it’s just going to get harder. Just recently, the Giants offense lost their top running back that being David Wilson to a neck injury; doctors even mentioned on how it can be a career ending injury. That was a tough break for QB Eli Manning and the Giants offense, however in their first preseason matchup against the Bills, the newly acquired running back Rashad Jennings and Andre Williams gave Mike Coughlin confidence in their running game with a spectacular performance. With the loss of their star receiver Hakeem Nicks, Victor Cruz will take over as their top receiver; also the team acquired a couple of receivers during free agency signings such as Mario Manningham from the niners and Trindon Holiday from the Denver Broncos. During the 2014 NFL Draft, the Giants also picked up 12th overall LSU wide receiver Odell Beckham who was considered as one of the top receivers of the draft. As for their defense, well they suffered a big loss in losing DE Justin Tuck; however, with the fully recovered DE Jason Pierre-Paul, LB Jon Beason and SS Antrel Rolle do not underestimate this Giant defense as they have the capability to shut down offenses. The team also acquired CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie which will help this Giant defense big time.

Key Losses: WR Hakeem Nicks
RB Andre Brown
TE Brandon Myers
DE Justin Tuck

Key Additions: RB Rashad Jennings (OAK)
WR Odell Beckham* (12th Overall / LSU)
WR Mario Manningham (SF)
WR/KR Trindon Holliday (DEN)
CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie

Bovada sports betting odds

Odds to Win the 2014 NFC East: +300

Odds to win conference: 25/1

Odds to win Super Bowl: 40/1

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