The New York Giants (+50,000 to win the NFC East) and the New York Jets aren’t doing Gotham any favors nor giving the city they represent some measure of pride. Both teams are struggling and coming off head-shaking losses. Which side will end its losing streak this coming Sunday?
Betting Preview for the New York Giants vs New York Jets NFL Regular Season Week 10 Game on November 10, 2019
Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford
When: Sunday, November 10, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: FOX
Betting on the New York Giants (2-7)
Outside of the black cat running all over the field at MetLife Stadium last Sunday, there was nothing adorable to the eyes of Giants fans, as their team lost to the Dallas Cowboys, 37-18. Rookie quarterback Daniel Jones was a turnover machine who just couldn’t stop from giving the ball away to the Cowboys. Jones passed for only 210 yards and a touchdown with an interception on 26-of-41 completions, while getting sacked five times for a loss of 39 yards and losing two fumbles. As bad as the Giants played in that game, their outlook should be a whole lot better for Week 10, knowing that they will play against the team that just got beat by arguably the worst team in football entering last Sunday. The Giants have the option to cut down on their passing plays and just give Saquon Barkley the ball and create plays against the Jets.
The over is 3-1 in the Giants’ last four games.
Betting on the New York Jets (1-7)
We know the Jets were bad entering Week 9, but their 26-10 road loss to the Miami Dolphins last Sunday showed us that they can be worse. Losing to the Dolphins was an embarrassment to the franchise. Sam Darnold went 27 for 39 for 260 passing yards and a touchdown with an interception. Le’Veon Bell rushed for 66 yards and had 55 receptions, while Jamison Crowder paced the team receiving yards and a touchdown on eight catches. The Jets’ defense was a letdown, as they allowed Ryan Fitzpatrick to throw for 288 yards and three touchdowns without intercepting him. Miami didn’t even have a single turnover. All that being said, there is hope for the Jets — at least against the Giants. If the offensive line can give Bell some slight space to run through, the star tailback could duplicate what Ezekiel Elliott did to the Giants last Monday, when he rushed for 139 yards. The Jets are averaging over 102 yards per contest.
The under is 3-1 in the Jets’ last four home games.
The Giants win, 23-20.
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