Falcons-Giants Betting Line, Daily Fantasy Sports Picks: Eli Manning an Option

Written by:
Mary Montgomery
Published on:
Sep/17/2015
Falcons-Giants Betting Line, Daily Fantasy Sports Picks: Eli Manning an Option

Gambling911.com has your Falcons-Giants betting line and Daily Fantasy Sports picks for Week 2. 

New York was coming in as a -2 to -3 favorite depending on the book but 90% of the books were at -2.5 heading into Friday.  The total was 50 or 51.5 depending on the book.

The home team has dominated in the last three meetings since 2012, New York winning two of those.  All three games were blowouts.

When it comes to Daily Fantasy Sports, Rashad Jennings had a decent performance with 52 rush yards, 1 rush TD that translated into 11.20 fantasy points.  You will get him for $5K.

Eli Manning is a good option against an Atlanta team that still has a suspect defense, especially on the road.  Manning was priced at $7.1K. 

Victor Cruz will be out for the Giants for this game.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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