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2023 Giants vs Eagles Odds and Betting Pick for this Week 16 Matchup

Not long ago, the Philadelphia Eagles were 10-1 and favorites to win Super Bowl 58. Now they enter their Christmas Day home matchup vs. the New York Giants on a three-game skid and not even assured of the NFC East title – although Philly still controls its destiny there and is a double-digit favorite on the NFL odds against New York.

MyBookie offers the NFL lines, game analysis, and betting pick for the New York Giants versus the Philadelphia Eagles which are playing on Week 16 of the NFL season.


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New York Giants vs Philadelphia Eagles | NFL Week 16
ATS Odds: Eagles -12
Money line Odds: New York Giants Line: +525 / Philadelphia Eagles Line: -800
Over/Under Odds: 42.5

Monday, December 25th, 2023 at 4:30 pm ET | FOX
Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA


Series History

Somehow, this is the first meeting of the season as they play again Week 18 in New Jersey. Last year, the Eagles were 3-0 in the series, with the last meeting coming in the Divisional Round of the playoffs in Philadelphia, a 38-7 Eagles rout. Jalen Hurts threw two touchdown passes and ran for a score during a dominant first half as Philly led 28-0 at the break. The Eagles finished with 268 yards on the ground. Seldom-used Eagles running back Boston Scott scored his 11th touchdown against the Giants – he has only 19 TDs in his career. Scott is often called a “Giant killer.”


Why Bet on NY Giants?

New York had won three straight games under new pop culture icon in Italian-American Tommy DeVito, but that all came crashing down last Sunday in a 24-6 loss in New Orleans to end any longshot wild card hopes for the Giants. DeVito completed 20 of 34 pass attempts for 177 yards with no touchdowns or turnovers while rushing for 36 yards on four attempts. The Giants’ entire offense struggled to generate much of anything on the road against one of the league’s top defensive units. DeVito was sacked seven times.

The unlikely rookie starter has still thrown seven touchdowns to just one interception in the first five starts of his career. A win over the Eagles would be a massive addition to his growing list of accomplishments. He will start the rest of the season.

“Collectively, just not good enough,” head coach Brian Daboll said after Sunday’s game. “Pretty much take any area, (it) just wasn’t good enough. Give them credit. They did well. (They) were efficient in the pass game. We weren’t really efficient in the pass game. The run, the quarterback zone reads where really all of that was going…I think was 9 for 14, or somewhere around there. We couldn’t get the run game going, had a number of sacks (allowed). They were pretty efficient, 6 of 12 on third down and 2 of 2 in the red zone. So, collectively, it just wasn’t good enough.”

Tight end Darren Waller caught four of six targets for 40 yards. Waller returned from a five-game stint on injured reserve and finished as the Giants’ second-leading receiver against the Saints. He did not appear to be limited in terms of playing time. Waller’s final line was right around the averages (4.5 receptions and 48.0 yards per game) we saw when Daniel Jones was getting him the ball earlier this year.

The Giants’ defense is coming off one of its best performances against the run. Taking out Derek Carr’s three quarterback kneels, the Giants held Alvin Kamara, Jamaal Williams and Taysom Hill to 91 yards on 25 carries for an average of 3.6 yards per carry. It was the first time the Giants held an opponent to fewer than 120 rushing yards since Week 8, when they held the Jets to a total of 58 yards on the ground.

New York has lost kicker Randy Bullock for the rest of the season after he suffered a right hamstring injury on a kickoff during the first quarter Sunday. The Giants will elevate Cade York from the practice squad ahead of Sunday and he’ll become the team’s third placekicker of the season after Bullock previously stepped in to replace the injured Graham Gano (knee) after Week 8. Over his six games as the Giants’ kicker, Bullock converted five of six field-goal tries and went 10-for-10 on point-after attempts.

Meanwhile, no one has punted more than the Giants and punter Jamie Gillan and the punt coverage unit have been among the few positives (averaging 43.1 net yards per punt) throughout this disappointing season.

Offensive tackle Matt Peart and running back Gary Brightwell have been designated for return this week from injured reserve – although it doesn’t necessarily mean they will. Peart, a third-round draft choice in 2020, has not played since Week 5 in Miami due to a shoulder injury. He has appeared in 40 games across four seasons, including five at left tackle and one at right tackle. Brightwell is simply depth.


Why Bet on Philadelphia?

Despite losing three straight games, the Eagles still find themselves firmly in the hunt for the NFC East crown. The Giants last won in Philadelphia back in 2013, and since then, the Eagles have won 16 of the 19 overall matchups. Philly blew a double-digit lead last Monday in Seattle and lost 20-17. Drew Lock threw a 29-yard touchdown pass to Jaxon Smith-Njigba with 28 seconds left to cap a 92-yard drive. Philadelphia had one last opportunity, but Julian Love made his second interception of the fourth quarter. Love also picked off Hurts in the end zone on a deep shot for Quez Watkins with 8:08 remaining to prevent the Eagles from extending their 17-13 lead.

Hurts is banged up and was a bit ill on Monday. He completed 17 of 31 passes for 143 yards and those two picks. He also rushed 13 times for 82 yards and two touchdowns, looking his usual self as a runner, where he racked up a season-high rushing yardage tally and posted his third two-score effort on the ground in the last five games. However, Hurts’ three- and one-yard touchdown runs couldn’t quite make up for his poor passing effort, which included a season-low 54.9 completion percentage and an average of just 4.6 yards per attempt. Hurts also had a particularly ineffective last quarter-plus, leading the Eagles to just 27 yards on 10 plays across two drives that ended in punts and short-circuiting two other possessions with interceptions.

Hurts ranks second in the league with 14 rushing touchdowns this season. If Hurts he has one on Monday, he will become the first quarterback ever with 15 rushing touchdowns in a season. With two rushing touchdowns, he will become the first quarterback in NFL history with multiple rushing touchdowns in five games in a season. The Eagles rank eighth in rushing yards and fifth in rushing touchdowns on the year, due in large part to Hurts. For the season, the Giants rank 29th against the run and 30th in rushing yards allowed per attempt.

Largely because of Hurts, the Eagles convert an NFL-best 72.7% of their fourth-down attempts. It helps that they are just about automatic on their tush push tries from a yard out, picking up a first down more than 90% of the time. Philadelphia has a success rate of 50% on third and fourth down combined, which also leads the league.

Starting guard Landon Dickerson had surgery on his thumb Wednesday. Dickerson is expected to miss minimal time and won’t be placed on injured reserve but likely will not play Monday. With Cam Jurgens dealing with a pectoral injury and missing Week 15, it’s possible the Eagles could be without their two starting guards in Week 16.

The Eagles opened the 21-day practice window for starting nickel cornerback Avonte Maddox on Thursday. Maddox suffered a pectoral injury in the Week 2 win over the Minnesota Vikings and has been on Injured Reserve since. Maddox would give the Eagles additional flexibility in the secondary at a time when Pro Bowl cornerback Darius Slay’s status is week-to-week with a knee injury.

Rookie Kelee Ringo started with Slay sidelined Monday and Ringo did an excellent job with three tackles and a pass defensed. He was physical, he was composed, and he used excellent technique. Maddox can be added to the active roster at any point, but the Eagles would need to make a roster move to open a spot for him. After allowing 10 straight touchdowns in the red zone, the Eagles had two stops in Monday’s game with Matt Patricia taking over the defensive play-calling.

2023 NFL Prediction: Eagles 27, Giants 17 | Bet Giants vs Eagles
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New York Giants Team

5-9 | 2-6 Away

New York Giants Last 5

Date OPP Result
12/17/23 @ NO L24-6
12/11/23 vs GB W24-22
11/26/23 vs NE W10-7
11/19/23 @ WSH W31-19
11/12/23 @ DAL L49-17

New York Giants Injury Report

Name | Position Status Date
Matt Peart OT IR-R Dec 25
Gary Brightwell RB IR-R Dec 25
Randy Bullock PK Questionable Dec 25
Evan Neal OT Questionable Dec 25

Philadelphia Eagles Team

10-4 | 5-1 Home

Philadelphia Eagles Last 5

Date OPP Result
12/18/23 @ SEA L20-17
12/10/23 @ DAL L33-13
12/3/23 vs SF L42-19
11/26/23 vs BUF W37-34 OT
11/20/23 @ KC W21-17

Philadelphia Eagles Injury Report

Name | Position Status Date
Landon Dickerson G Questionable Dec 25
Darius Slay CB Questionable Dec 25
Cam Jurgens C Questionable Dec 25
Zach Cunningham LB Questionable Dec 25

2023 NFL Standings up to Week 16

NFC East Standings | New York Giants

Team W L PCT Strk
Dallas Cowboys 10 4 .714 L1
Philadelphia Eagles 10 4 .714 L3
New York Giants 5 9 .357 L1
Washington Commanders 4 10 .286 L5

NFL Odds

Super Bowl Odds to Win:
Giants +80000 | Eagles +820

NFC Conference Odds to Win:
Giants +55000 | Eagles +380


New York Giants vs Philadelphia Eagles Betting Trends

  • NY Giants are 8-1 ATS in their last 9 games on the road.
  • NY Giants are 0-9 SU in their last 9 games when playing on the road against Philadelphia.
  • NY Giants are 6-1 ATS in their last 7 games against an opponent in the National Football Conference conference.
  • NY Giants are 1-7-1 SU in their last 9 games against an opponent in the National Football Conference East division.
  • The total has gone UNDER in 4 of NY Giants’ last 6 games played in January.
  • Philadelphia are 9-0 SU in their last 9 games when playing at home against NY Giants.
  • Philadelphia are 9-3 SU in their last 12 games against an opponent in the National Football Conference conference.
  • The total has gone OVER in 4 of Philadelphia’s last 5 games against an opponent in the National Football Conference East division.
  • Philadelphia are 0-5 ATS in their last 5 games played in January.
  • Philadelphia are 1-5 ATS in their last 6 games played on a Saturday.


The following NFL betting lines are based on MyBookie Sportsbook.

Super Bowl Odds to Win this 2025 NFL Season

Teams Odds
San Francisco 49ers +550
Kansas City Chiefs +700
Baltimore Ravens +800
Buffalo Bills +1000
Detroit Lions+1200
Cincinnati Bengals +1300
Dallas Cowboys +1600
Philadelphia Eagles +1800
Miami Dolphins +2000
Green Bay Packers +2200
Houston Texans +2200
LA Chargers +2500
New York Jets +2500
Jacksonville Jaguars +3500
Los Angeles Rams +3500
Cleveland Browns +4000
Minnesota Vikings +4000
Atlanta Falcons +5000
Chicago Bears +5000
Indianapolis Colts +5000
Denver Broncos +7500
Las Vegas Raiders +7500
New Orleans Saints +7500
Pittsburgh Steelers +7500
Seattle Seahawks +7500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +7500
Arizona Cardinals +10000
New England Patriots +15000
New York Giants +15000
Tennessee Titans +15000
Washington Commanders +15000
Carolina Panthers +25000

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Enjoy the game. We hope this is the start of a great week for the National Football League. Best of luck with all your betting for this game, and all the NFL Week 16 action!


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NFL Divisional Round Betting Preview for New York Giants at Philadelphia

On Saturday evening, NFC East rivals Philadelphia and the New York Giants clash for the third time this season. The Giants knocked out the Minnesota Vikings in their first playoff game last weekend. Philadelphia, because they’re the 1-seed in the NFC, got to rest. Will the Giants continue the playoff run? Or will Philadelphia march to their second NFC Championship game since 2018? Keep reading for NFL Playoffs Betting Odds, analysis, and a free pick for Giants at Eagles.


NFL Playoffs Odds: NY Giants versus Philadelphia Eagles

  • When: Saturday, Jan. 21 at 8:15 pm ET
  • Where: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA
  • TV / Streaming: FOX
  • ATS Odds: Philadelphia -7.5
  • Money line Odds: NYG +280 / Philadelphia -370
  • Over/Under Odds: 48

Why bet on Giants versus Eagles?

The New York Giants lost 3 of their last 5 games to end the regular season. Only 1 of the losses was via a blowout.

Yes, the blowout loss happened against the Eagles. But the Giants fought Philadelphia hard in a 22-16 week 18 loss. Then in their first wild card game, the Giants turned the tables on the Vikings in a 31-24 victory.

Also, we must expect Brian Daboll to come up with a new wrinkle to bring the Giants even closer to an upset win over Philly than the week 18 score.


New York Giants Offensive Averages

Total Yards: 333.9
Passing Yards: 185.7
Rushing Yards:
Points Scored: 21.5
Turnovers: 16

New York Giants Defensive Averages

Total Yards: 358.2
Passing Yards: 214.0
Rushing Yards: 144.2
Points Scored: 21.8
Takeaways: 17

Why bet on Eagles versus Giants?

There’s a reason Philadelphia only scored 22 points in the week 18 win over NYG. The game was Jalen Hurts’ first since Dec. 18.

The NFL MVP contender struggled when throwing a pick and completing just 57% of his passes. Hurts, though, should be much better in this divisional round matchup. If Hurts improves at all, he should lead the Eagles to close to 30 points. 30 points will probably be enough for a Philly victory.


Philadelphia Eagles Offensive Averages

Total Yards: 389.1
Passing Yards: 241.5
Rushing Yards: 147.6
Points Scored: 28.1
Turnovers: 19

Philadelphia Eagles Defensive Averages

Total Yards: 301.5
Passing Yards: 179.8
Rushing Yards: 121.6
Points Scored: 20.2
Takeaways: 27

Giants at Eagles Relevant Trends

  • Giants are 5-0 ATS in their last 5 on the road
  • NYG is 10-2 in their last 12 playoff games
  • Over is 5-1-1 in the Giants’ last 7 games following an ATS win
  • Eagles are 1-5 ATS in their last 6 games following an ATS loss
  • Philadelphia is 0-4 ATS in their last 4
  • Under is 9-1-1 in the Eagles’ last 11 playoff games

New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles Final Betting Prediction

Yes, this will be Jalen Hurts’ second game back from an injury, but it may not matter. Hurts didn’t play last week, which means Saturday will be Hurts’ second game in 5 weeks.

It’s tough for any quarterback to get into a rhythm if they step onto the field twice in 35 days. Jalen could be in even more trouble because although the Eagles didn’t put Hurts on the injury report, he didn’t have the same burst in the week 18 game. If Jalen can’t strike fear into the Giants’ defense with his rushing ability, the Eagles won’t win this game.

In addition, Philly allows 121.6 rushing yards per game. Giants QB Daniel Jones rushed for 78 against the Vikings. Overall, the Giants rushed for 142 yards and a 4.7 per carry average.

What’s really scary if you wish to back the Eagles in this is that Barkley rushed for a 5.9 per carry average versus Minnesota. From almost every angle, Philadelphia is a bad bet. If you’re not risk averse, consider putting a few dollars on the Giants’ moneyline. If you are risk averse, take the points on the Giants.

NFL Divisional Round Pick: New York Giants +7.5


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