October 19, 2015 (2:00 PM ET)
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Take Philadelphia Eagles at -3 spread (buy half a point) against NY Giants for 3% of the bankroll.
Division rivals square off tonight as the New York Giants take to the road to take on the Philadelphia Eagles in this NFC East matchup.
The Eagles had high hopes coming into the season and head coach Chip Kelly had made some bold moves in the offseason in hopes of sending his team to the playoffs this season. So far things have not quite worked out the way he had hoped with his Eagles currently sitting at just 2-3 on the season. There were a lot of new pieces added to this team so it was only natural that this team got off to a sluggish start. They do have a lot of talent on their roster and are capable of putting points on the board as was evident in their latest performance against the New Orleans Saints. The Eagles offense exploded for 39 points which could be a sign that things are finally starting to click in the City of Brotherly Love.
Despite being just 2-3 on the season and with so many teams struggling in the NFC East, the Eagles actually have a chance to take over the division lead with a win tonight. Their dominating win over the Saints no doubt has sparked a confidence in this team that had not been there this season. Sam Bradford is still trying to fit into Chip Kelly's style of offense, but he is a player who thrives on confidence and swagger. He has all of the physical tools needed to lead this team and now that they have a little bit of momentum, we expect him to continue to become more confident under center.
The Eagles should be feeling pretty good about their matchup tonight, not only because they have managed to win 11 of the last 14 meetings, including one in the post season, but also because of the number of injuries that the Giants are currently dealing with. Victor Cruz has been out and both Ruben Randle and Odell Beckham are currently banged up. Even though both are likely to play tonight, there is no doubt they will be coming into this contest at less than 100% and that could have a severe impact on their game. It's also worth mentioning that on the defensive side, Prince Amukamara is out for this contest as well which severely downgrades an already vulnerable Giants secondary. The Eagles have also managed to win 11 of their last 15 home games including a 3-0 both straight up and ATS run in October.
The Giants needed some late game heroics by Eli Manning to narrowly come away with a 30-27 win at home against the San Francisco 49ers. The Giants' defense was torched by Kaepernick who's having a poor season as the 49ers actually held a 4 point lead on the road, before Eli Manning hit Larry Donnell in the end zone for the go ahead TD with just 12 seconds remaining! The Giants were fortunate to come away with that win at home, but we believe their luck will run out tonight. This Philadelphia team’s strength is in their opportunistic defense. If they can get pressure on Manning and force him to get the ball out quickly, he has been known to make mistakes and turn the ball over. Manning has been good at protecting the ball thus far this season, but all things eventually revert back to the mean; a little bit of pressure and he will likely fold like a cheap suit, especially on the road.
This is Philadelphia's game to lose. They are a better team than they have showed to start the season and if their offense continues to click like it did last time out, we don't believe the Giants will have the firepower to keep up. Philadelphia should come away with the win tonight and get themselves back to a .500 record. The line on this game is currently set at -3.5 and it would be wise to buy the half point and bring this down to a field goal. We believe the Eagles will win by 4 or more tonight but it's always important to get key whole numbers as an insurance plan to 'Push' in case a late meaningless TD is scored when up by 10 and comfortably winning.
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