- The Las Vegas Raiders have a -110 betting line to cover 3.0 points against the New York Giants.
- The total for the game is set at a relatively low 46.5 points, but trends indicate the -110 odds on the UNDER may be a valuable play.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – The New York Giants have struggled at home with Daniel Jones as their quarterback. This may leave the door open for betting on the Las Vegas Raiders.
The New York Giants have been a horrible team ATS at home over the past five seasons, having five straight losing seasons at home ATS. With a combined 10-25-1 record since 2017, online sportsbooks have their line set at another seemingly achievable number.
Giants vs Raiders Spread Odds
- New York Giants +3.0 -105
- Las Vegas Raiders -3.0 -115
The Las Vegas Raiders are 2-1 this season ATS while being the road team. Jones has been extremely unreliable at home, losing games by an average of 7.2 points per game with his overall 5-12 record SU.
Betting The Total: O/U 46.5 Points
The Giants struggle at home in all aspects, including scoring points. This could be a large reason why the OVER has not hit in any of New York’s last eight home games. Those betting on the NFL can get this trend to continue at -110 odds.
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Giants vs Raiders Total Odds
- OVER 46.5 -110
- UNDER 46.5 -110
The Giants are averaging just 17.1 points per game at home with Jones as the quarterback, slightly down from their 19.5 points per game average during the current season. Barring a drastic improvement in the Giants’ performance on their home field, the UNDER should be confidently played, at least until the trend reverts towards the OVER.
Those interested in watching the game can tune in to CBS at 1 p.m. EST.
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