Eagles vs. Giants Point Spread: NFL Week 12 Odds, Prediction

Jeremy Perry | Updated Nov 25, 2021

Nick Sirianni, Philadelphia Eagles, 2021

The Eagles are 1-4 against the spread in their last 5 games versus the Giants.

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November 28, 2021, 1:00 PM ET
MetLife Stadium
Pointspread -4.5 -105
Moneyline -219
Over / Under o +45.5

72%

Betting Action

28%

Pointspread +4.5 -115
Moneyline +182
Over / Under u +45.5

72%

Betting Action

28%

The Philadelphia Eagles stayed hot by knocking off the New Orleans Saints with stifling defense and a strong ground attack. That now makes it their third win in their last four games and with the New York Giants up next, their run should continue.

The Giants are on the complete other end of the spectrum, falling down to 3-7 on the year after a disastrous performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. It looks like the Eagles will get the win here, but let’s take a deeper look to see if this is closer than we think.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

Philadelphia is undefeated against the spread in their last four games against teams in the NFC and 5-2 ATS in their last seven games overall. The Eagles haven’t been nearly as good during Week 12 though, as they are 3-9 ATS in their past 12 matchups during that week of the season. The under has been very consistent during November for Philadelphia, cashing out in ten of their last 12 during the month.

On the other hand, the Giants are a measly 6-16 ATS in their last 22 games when coming into the matchup as the home underdog. Luckily, they have only lost one of their last six games against other teams in their division. New York also has the advantage historically against the Eagles when they are listed as the underdog. The underdog in the last five meetings between these two rivals has won against the spread four times.

Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles seemed to have turned their season around after a rough start. Jalen Hurts is playing with a lot more confidence than he was earlier in the season and that is completely paying off. Hurts ran for three touchdowns in the teams win over the Saints last weekend, and given the Giants struggles defensively, he could be in line for more of them. The Eagles as a team have really flipped the script offensively, utilizing their backfield far more than they did earlier. Miles Sanders came back from his injury and ran for 94 yards on 16 carries while Jordan Howard pitched in a good chunk himself. This team is now second in the NFL in rushing yards per game at 153.4 and is at a whopping 211.3 over their last three contests. As long as the ground game is cooking, this team should continue to roll.

New York Giants

Pass rush was a serious issue for this Giants football team last week against the Buccaneers. According to next gen stats, Brady was pressured on just five of his 46 dropbacks in the pocket. That is completely unacceptable for this team and will almost certainly lose this game if they allow that to happen again. Hurts is far more mobile than Brady and we all saw him maneuver his way around a defender for a big first down gain.

If you’re thinking the offense has to pick up the slack, the question is can they? Offensive coordinator Jason Garrett was fired mid-week, so now they have a new offensive coordinator in there. It will be interesting to see if they can get more out of their offensive parts.

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