Eagles vs. Giants Point Spread: NFL Week 10 Odds, Prediction

Payton Matthews | Updated Nov 09, 2020

Carson Wentz, Eagles, 2019

It’s first place vs. last from the NFC East when the Philadelphia Eagles visit the New York Giants on Sunday afternoon.

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November 15, 2020, 1:00 PM ET
MetLife Stadium
Pointspread -4.5 -110
Moneyline -216
Over / Under o +46

51%

Betting Action

49%

Pointspread +4.5 -110
Moneyline +180
Over / Under u +46

51%

Betting Action

49%

The Eagles lead the division despite a 3-4-1 record and the Giants are still in the hunt at 2-7. Philly opened as a 3-point favourite on the NFL odds with a small total of 42.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

At this point, it seems more likely than not that the NFC East champion will finish with a non-winning record. There have been a couple of division winners over the years to finish below .500.

Philadelphia goes for the season sweep as it beat the Giants 22-21 on Thursday night in Week 7. That game looked over when Daniel Jones hit Sterling Shephard on a 2-yard TD pass with 6:17 to go. The converted PAT gave the Giants a 21-10 win. Carson Wentz, though, hit Greg Ward on a 3-yard TD pass with 4:38 left and the Eagles were successful on a 2-point try.

New York had a chance to run out the clock and probably would have if not for a drop by tight end Evan Engram. The Eagles won it on Wentz’s TD pass to Boston Scott with 40 seconds to go. Wentz threw for 359 yards with those two scores and a pick. Jones threw for 187 with two TDs and a pick and led New York with 92 yards rushing on four carries. He had one of the most hilarious faceplants in league history on an 80-yard run. Jones had a clear path to the end zone but literally fell down near the 5-yard line. The Giants would score anyways, but that will be a career-defining highlight.

The road team has covered five straight in the series.

Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles come off their bye, and boy did they need it as few teams have been hit harder by injuries this season than them. They entered the bye off a dominant 23-9 win over Dallas in Week 8. Wentz leads the NFL in interceptions thrown with 12 and had two in that one as well as two lost fumbles but also two touchdown passes. Coach Doug Pederson has not waivered on reaffirming Wentz as his starter despite the turnover issues this year. His backup is second-round rookie Jalen Hurts.

Philly expects wideout Alshon Jeffery to make his season debut in this one. He had offseason foot surgery. Top running back Miles Sanders has missed a couple of games with a knee injury but also should play.

New York Giants

New York kept its division title hopes alive with a 23-20 win at Washington on Sunday – both of the Giants wins are over Washington. This time, Big Blue nearly blew a 23-10 fourth quarter lead. Logan Ryan had the game-clinching interception, and it was fitting because he had dedicated the game to his wife and had written her name on his cleats. Early last week, she was diagnosed with an ectopic pregnancy and needed emergency surgery.

Daniel Jones threw for 212 yards and a TD but didn’t have a turnover, which is incredibly rare for him. Sunday was his 21st career NFL start and just the second time he didn’t give the ball away. Jones did fumble twice, but the Giants didn’t lose either.  Top running back Devonta Freeman was out injured and wideout Golden Tate was suspended by the team.

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