The New York Giants are out of playoff contention, but Giants have a good reason to tune in to their team’s meeting against the Miami Dolphins this coming weekend, as Eli Manning will have his first appearance in East Rutherford in several weeks. Will Manning give Giants fans something to cheer for? Or will the Dolphins spoil Manning’s start?
Betting Preview for the Miami Dolphins vs New York Giants NFL Regular Season Week 15 Game on December 15, 2019
Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford
When: Sunday, December 15, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: FOX
Betting on the Miami Dolphins (3-10)
The Dolphins were on the cusp of a fourth win this season last Sunday, but fell short, instead taking a 22-21 road loss at the hands of the New York Jets. Dolphins quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick threw for 245 passing yards with zero touchdowns and an interception on just 21-of-37 completions. It was a tough day at the office for Fitzpatrick and the Dolphins’ passing game despite the Jets missing star safety Jamal Adams. For one, Fitzpatrick didn’t have two of his best receivers for the entire game, as wideouts DeVante Parker and Albert Wilson were both unable to finish the game with each suffering a concussion in the game. The pair’s status is uncertain as of the moment. Should Parker and/or Wilson sit out in Week 15, Fitzpatrick will be having Isaiah Ford and Allen Hurns as his top options downfield against the Giants’ defense that is allowing 27.8 points per game.
The Dolphins are 4-1 against the spread (ATS) in their last five road games.
Betting on the New York Giants (2-11)
Eli Manning was back under center for the Giants in Week 14, but what started out to be a feel-good game in the making turned out to be a disappointing 23-17 overtime loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on the road last Monday. Manning passed for 203 yards and had two touchdowns on 15-of-30 completions. It wasn’t a great performance but it also wasn’t bad. Manning showed great chemistry with rookie wide receiver Darius Slayton. The Auburn Tigers product had two touchdowns and 154 receiving yards on five receptions against the Eagles. It won’t be surprising at all if Manning and Slayton continue to play sweet music together in the Giants’ passing attack against Miami’s pass defense that is allowing 256.6 passing yards per contest — 23rd in the NFL. Running back Saquon Barkley could also have huge game against Miami, which has the third-worst defense against the run in the league.
The over is 2-0 in the Giants’ last two home games.
The Giants win, 28-22.
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