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New York Giants Odds to Win 2018 Super Bowl

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Sep/06/2017

The New York Giants odds of winning the 2018 Super Bowl were set at 20/1 for a potential payout of $2000 on a $100 bet.  They were priced at -140 to win OVER 8.5 regular season games just days before their Week 1 game.

From ESPN.com:

Last offseason, general manager Jerry Reese spent the GDP of a small nation on upgrading his defense. It worked; Olivier Vernon, Janoris Jenkins and Damon Harrison played like Pro Bowlers, Jason Pierre-Paul rebuilt his value, and the secondary came together around rookie Eli Apple and second-year safety Landon Collins. This year, he took to fixing the offense. Reese signed Brandon Marshall and blocking tight end Rhett Ellison before using his first-round pick on tight end Evan Engram, giving some secondary weapons to an offense that was often too dependent upon Odell Beckham Jr.

There should be some concern about the lack of resources poured into a frequently frustrating offensive line, but few teams have as much top-level talent on offense and defense as the Giants. If everyone stays healthy and tackles Ereck Flowers and Bobby Hart improve, Big Blue could be an absolute juggernaut.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

 

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