The Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants meet again this week, this time at the home of Daniel Jones and company. The Eagles defeated the Giants in Week 7 in Philly, so will New York return the favor to Carson Wentz and crew? Check out our preview of this game below along with our predictions for the winner and final score.
Betting Preview for the Philadelphia Eagles vs New York Giants Regular Season Week 10 Game on November 15, 2020
Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford
When: Sunday, November 15, 2020, 1:00 PM ET
TV Broadcast: FOX
Betting on the Philadelphia Eagles (-3)
Regular Season Record: 3-4-1
The Eagles come off a bye with a two-game winning streak. They first defeated the team they are going to face this weekend in a 22-21 Thursday Night Football win over the Giants in Week 7 before taking down the Dallas Cowboys, 23-9 in Week 8. Both those games were in Philly, so Week 10’s rematch with the Giants will be the Eagles’ first time since Week 5’s 38-29 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field that they will be the visiting team. While the Eagles are just 1-2 against the spread as a road team this season, they have covered the spread in seven of their last 10 games in the Giants’ home turf, dating back to 2010. Last year, the Eagles covered their 3.5-point spread as favorites in a 34-17 road win against the Giants. Philly is also in line to get a boost in their backfield with the looming return of running back Miles Sanders, who missed games due to a knee injury, though he’s also reportedly practicing already ahead of the Giants game this coming Sunday. Boston Scott played well in lieu of Sanders in the first meeting with the Giants, rushing for 46 yards and catching for 46 receiving yards and a touchdown on three receptions.
The Eagles, who are 10th in the NFL with just 340.1 total yards allowed per game, are also 2-1 against the spread in their last two contests.
Betting on the New York Giants (+3)
Regular Season Record: 2-7
Daniel Jones wants to get rid of the bad taste in his mouth, which he got in the earlier loss to the Eagles. Jones’ hilarious tumble just when he was about to take the ball to the house on a huge rushing play was what everybody remembers from that game, but he also had a pair of touchdowns and 187 passing yards on 20 completions on 30 pass attempts. One of the major takeaways from that game for the Giants was that Jones has to be better in securing the ball, as he had two turnovers (interception, lost fumble), and he’s done exactly that in the following game, during the Giants’ 23-20 road win over the Washington Football team, wherein he did not give the ball away for the first time this season. The Giants’ defense also had success against Wentz in that game, as New York recorded an interception and three sacks. Wentz has simply not been good this season, and he’s someone the Giants can contain. In fact, the Giants have the most defensive interceptions in the NFC with 11.
The Giants have also seen the total go over in six of their last 10 games at home.
The Giants win, 23-21.
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