How Many Games Do The Oddsmakers Have The Giants Winning in 2019?

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Mary Montgomery
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Oddsmakers have the New York Giants pegged to win no more than 6 regular season games in 2019.  Sorry Giants fans.

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BetOnline predicts the Giants will win UNDER 6 regular season games at +105.

Remember the name ‘Dave Gettleman’--he’s going to be the target for New York Giants’ fans ire after the team regresses even more in 2019 after a 5-11 year in 2018. Everyone gets the fact that the Giants are currently in ‘rebuild mode’.  They’ve done the ‘gut the team’ component of the rebuild but they’ve yet to show much indication that they have a plan for the ‘putting things back together’ part.  They lost arguably their best player on both sides of the ball with wide receiver Odell Beckham, Jr. in Cleveland and strong pass rusher Olivier Vernon  there with him. The defense took another hit with Landon Collins heading to the hated rival Washington Redskins. GM Dave Gettleman’s most dubious move was taking Duke QB Daniel Jones with the #6 pick in the first round when he would have almost certainly been available for the Giants’ #17 pick in the first round. Jones could become a decent NFL quarterback but for now the plan is to have him sit and watch Eli Manning for a year or two.  That’s the plan—the question now is how long the team will stick with veteran Manning.  Jones looked good in his NFL preseason debut going 5 for 5 and 67 yards with a TD pass.  Seriously—hard for a rookie quarterback to show any better in his first NFL game action.  There’s a lot to be said for letting Jones ‘learn on the job’ but a more likely scenario is that head coach Pat Shurmur will wait until the season is completely down the toilet before making a more. Saquon Barkley is a great foundation for any team to build around and his presence will keep the Giants from being a complete doormat.  The Giants would be better off just letting Jones hand off to Barkley all year.  This is a team in rebuild mode without a plan to do so.

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Why Your Team Sucks

Drew Magary of is back with his fun yearly series, Why Your Team Sucks.  Here's what he has to say about the Giants:

Great news! You guys are finally rid of that pesky Odell and his GLORY HANDS. The one exciting thing they’ve had over the past few years, yet they acted like HE was the real problem. Anyway, the Giants moved quickly to replace Odell by wildly overpaying a 30-something slot guy in Golden Tate and then watching Tate get suspended four games for shooting blanks. I hope that Tate and Russell Wilson’s ex-wife are finally able to bear a child to call their own one day. Fingers crossed!

Elsewhere, the Giants are still behaving like an organization that terminally thinks it’s one or two guys away from a playoff run. In exchange for Beckham (of whom Gettleman once lied, “We didn’t sign him to trade him”), they got budding disappointment Jabrill Peppers, plus first-round pick Dexter Lawrence and a linebacker from Old Dominion in the third. All three of those men are now inevitably destined for a recurring SportsCenter graphic showing how lopsided the Beckham trade turned out to be in Cleveland’s favor. Oh, but Dave Gettleman watched them play Pop-A-Shot at Dave & Buster’s a while back and fell in love. Lineman Mike Remmers is here now, too. When you’re not cut out for the VIKINGS offensive line, this is where you go to fail upward.

Safety Kamrin Moore was arrested for stepping on a woman’s neck and then, because that apparently wasn’t enough to please him, knocking her out cold to boot. Janoris Jenkins’s brother is accused of killing a guy in Janoris’s house. Landon Collins went to the Skins, which is much much less amusing than Ereck Flowers doing likewise. Jared Lorenzen died. Their sixth-round pick and his friend both got shot hours after the draft—the latter ended up dying—which was an obvious sign to Mike Francesa that the Giants don’t know how to draft character guys.

Giants Schedule

Week 1

Sun., Sept. 8 – New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys (AT&T Stadium), 4:25 p.m. ET on FOX

Week 2

Sun., Sept. 15 – Buffalo Bills vs. New York Giants (MetLife Stadium), 1 p.m. ET on CBS

Week 3

Sun., Sept. 22 – New York Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Raymond James Stadium), 4:05 p.m. ET on FOX

Week 4

Sun., Sept. 29 – Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants (MetLife Stadium), 1 p.m. ET on FOX

Week 5

Sun., Oct. 6 – Minnesota Vikings vs. New York Giants (MetLife Stadium), 1 p.m. ET on FOX

Week 6

Thurs., Oct. 10 – New York Giants at New England Patriots (Gillette Stadium), 8:20 p.m. ET on FOX/NFL Network (Thursday Night Football)

Week 7

Sun., Oct. 20 – Arizona Cardinals vs. New York Giants (MetLife Stadium), 1 p.m. ET on FOX

Week 8

Sun., Oct. 27 – New York Giants at Detroit Lions (Ford Field), 1 p.m. ET on FOX

Week 9

Mon., Nov. 4 – Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants (MetLife Stadium), 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN (Monday Night Football)

Week 10

Sun., Nov. 10 – New York Giants at New York Jets (MetLife Stadium), 1 p.m. ET on FOX

Week 11


Week 12

Sun, Nov. 24 – New York Giants at Chicago Bears (Soldier Field), 1 p.m. ET on FOX

Week 13

Sun., Dec. 1 – Green Bay Packers vs. New York Giants (MetLife Stadium), 1 p.m. ET on FOX

Week 14

Mon., Dec. 9 – New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles (Lincoln Financial Field), 8:15 p.m. ET on ESPN (Monday Night Football)

Week 15

Sun., Dec. 15 – Miami Dolphins vs. New York Giants (MetLife Stadium), 1 p.m. ET on CBS

Week 16

Sun., Dec. 22 – New York Giants at Washington Redskins (FedEx Field), 1 p.m. ET on FOX

Week 17

Sun., Dec. 29 – Philadelphia Eagles vs. New York Giants (MetLife Stadium), 1 p.m. ET on FOX

- Mary Montgomery,

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