Eagles vs. Giants Point Spread: NFL Predictions, Week 17 Odds

Sports Interaction Staff | Updated Dec 24, 2019

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The Philadelphia Eagles will pose a challenge for Daniel Jones and a spotty New York Giants defence this Sunday.

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December 29, 2019, 4:25 PM ET
MetLife Stadium
Pointspread -3.5 -115
Moneyline -212
Over / Under o +44.5

63%

Betting Action

37%

Pointspread +3.5 -105
Moneyline +176
Over / Under u +44.5

63%

Betting Action

37%

The NFC East title isn’t quite Philadelphia’s yet, despite a great win over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 16. They’ll need to win in Sunday’s game against the Giants, or they’ll need the Cowboys to be beaten by the Redskins.  If Philly loses to the Giants, a Dallas win against Washington would hand the middling Cowboys the division.

This is another flexed game, with the new time set as 4:25 p.m. EST at MetLife Stadium.

NFL Point Spread and Betting Analysis

These teams met in Week 14, and it was a close affair, with the New York side blowing a 14-point lead and then losing the game in overtime. That was with Eli Manning at quarterback, and this week will see Daniel Jones facing the Eagles. Jones had a great game last week, in which he threw five touchdown passes and no interceptions.

In that 23-17 overtime win, Eagles TE Zach Ertz scored the game-tying touchdown AND the two-yard pass in extra time to win the game. Ertz suffered a broken rib last week and may not be on the field in this matchup with the Giants. The Week 14 win was the start of a three-game win streak that sees this team on the cusp of a division title.

Philadelphia Eagles

In front of a raucous crowd at Lincoln Financial Field, the Philadelphia Eagles beat the middling Dallas Cowboys by a final score of 17-9 and took the lead in the division.

Quarterback Carson Wentz performed well, completing 31 of 40 passes for 319 yards and a touchdown.

That win brought their record to 8-7, so they’ll need this win at MetLife Stadium against the Giants to secure the division title, and the prize that comes with it – a home game in the opening round of the postseason. They can still win the division with a loss to the Giants, just as long as the Cowboys lose to the Redskins.

New York Giants

Saquon Barkley had a hell of a game against the Washington Redskins last week. He ran for 189 yards and a touchdown AND he had 90 receiving yards for a touchdown in what would contribute to the Giants 41-35 Week 16 overtime win.

Quarterback Daniel Jones was back on the field, and he played a big role in the win, earning a league record while he was at it, becoming the first rookie QB to throw for more than 350 yards for five TDs without a single interception.

It might be too little, too late for the Giants, who improved to just 4-11 with the win, but against the Redskins they looked like a completely different team, with a season-high 552 total yards and 41 points. They’ll need performances like that from Jones and Barkley if they want to ruin the Eagles’ division title chances.

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