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What Should I Bet On – 2017 New York Giants?

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Published on:
Jul/31/2017

If you are betting on the New York Giants futures in 2017-2018, Gambling911.com suggests the following bet(s):

The OVER 9 with a relatively low price of -110 and an NFC East win with a potential payout of $220 for every $100 bet look like promising options here.

From ESPN.com:

The Giants will win the NFC East as Eli Manning finally has a big receiver he can trust, and Marshall finally has a QB he can trust. Note that Marshall's 941 career receptions came from Jay Cutler (445), Ryan Fitzpatrick (148), Kyle Orton (100), Chad Henne (96), Matt Moore (63), Josh McCown (36), Bryce Petty (11) and ... you get the point.  10 or more regular season wins looks promising and at a good price.

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

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