Monday Night Football Giants vs. Cowboys Odds: Line Still Steady at 3

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Dan Shapiro
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Monday Night Football Giants vs. Cowboys Odds

The Monday Night Football Giants vs. Cowboys odds opened at -3.5 in favor of the Dallas Cowboys.  Only 10 percent of online sportsbooks were still holding at that line as of Sunday evening.  Most books had brought the line down to -3.  Spread action was evenly dispersed between both teams.  Action on the Giants money line was at around 80 percent.  The money line pays $15.50 for every $10 bet.  85 percent of the total action was on the OVER 44.5.

The Cowboys come into this game a surprising 1-4 following another loss last week to Minnesota.  Dallas had 11 penalties for 91 yards in that game.

"We beat ourselves one more time," wide receiver Roy Williams said. "How many times are we going to do it?"

The Giants come into this game with a 4-2 record and lead the NFC East.

Under new defensive coordinator Perry Fewell, New York ranks 1st in the NFL in yards per play allowed and tied for 2nd in sacks.



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Let’s review some important betting trends. now features the “gambler’s edge”, which provides readers with notice of which team enjoys the strongest advantage related to a particular stat whenever applicable.

The Giants swept Dallas last season.  They are 4-1 over the last 5 games in this series.  They have also covered 4 of 5.  (edge:  Giants)

The Giants are 12-3-1 ATS in their last 16 games as a road underdog of 0.5-3.0 and 11-4 ATS in their last 15 games as a road underdog overall.  The Cowboys are 1-4 ATS in their last 5 games as a favorite of 0.5-3.0. (edge: Giants)

The Giants are 2-6 ATS in their last 8 games following a Straight Up win.  The Cowboys are 2-5 ATS in their last 7 games following a S.U. loss.

New York is 5-12 ATS in their last 17 games overall. Dallas is 1-5 ATS in their last 6 games overall.

- Dan Shapiro, reporting. 

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