New York Giants 2017 NFL Free Picks and Win Loss Prediction

New York Giants 2017 NFL Free Picks and Win/Loss Prediction

Written by on June 30, 2017

After reaching the playoffs in 2016, Eli Manning and the New York Giants will look to take another step toward reaching the Super Bowl when they suit up in earnest for the upcoming 2017 campaign. The G-Men played phenomenal defense a year ago and got another solid season out of Manning, even though they were forced to pass early and often because of the glaring lack of a rushing attack. If you’re looking to find out just how many games New York will win in 2017, then you’re in luck thanks to my expert NFL betting analysis on each and every game on the Giants’ 2017 schedule.

New York Giants 2017 NFL Free Picks and Win/Loss Prediction


New York Giants 2017 Win Total Odds 9.0

Week 1

Giants at Cowboys (-5) The Giants may have swept the Cowboys in 2016, but Dallas will be lying in wait to win their home opener in this Week 1 NFC East divisional battle.

Week 2

Lions at Giants (-3) The G-Men man-handled the Lions 17-6 in Week 15 last season to easily cash in as a 4-point home favorite. Expect a similar outcome in this Week 2 NFC battle.

Week 3

Giants at Eagles (-1) New York will fall in Philly as part of a regular season split against their longtime NFC East division rivals.

Week 4

Giants at Buccaneers (-2.5) The Giants are going to have their hands completely full against Jameis Winston and the playoff hopeful Buccaneers in Week 4. I like Tampa Bay to get it done by the slimmest of margins.

Week 5

Chargers at Giants (-7) The Giants will win at home in this Week 5 Inter-conference clash, but it’s going to be a lot closer than expected as Philip Rivers puts some points on the board for the Bolts.

Week 6

Giants at Broncos (-3) Denver’s elite defense will force Eli Manning into one or two costly turnovers to get the home win.

Week 7

Seahawks at Giants (PK) I don’t think the Giants will be better than the Seahawks in 2017, but I do like their defense to keep Seattle’s mostly modest offense in check long enough to make a narrow home win stand up!

Week 8


Week 9

Rams at Giants (-8.5) If the Giants don’t win this Week 9 NFC matchup by at least two touchdowns, I’ll be shocked. Whoever starts at quarterback for San Francisco (Brian Hoyer) in this Week 10 matchup..

Week 10

Giants (-4.5) at 49ers Whoever starts at quarterback for San Francisco (Brian Hoyer) in this Week 10 matchup is in for a long afternoon against New York’s voracious defense.

Week 11

Chiefs at Giants (-2) Simply put, the Giants win at home against a Chiefs’ team that is nearly identical to New York in every way. Expect Odell Beckham Jr. and Brandon Marshall to be the difference makers in this Week 11 showdown.

Week 12

Giants at Redskins (-1) The New York Giants and Skins split their two regular season meetings a year ago with both teams winning on the road. In 2017, both NFC East rivals will win at home.

Week 13

Giants at Raiders (-3) You should expect a shootout in this Week 13 Inter-conference matchup, but Oakland gets the win because they’re at home.

Week 14

Cowboys (-1) at Giants I love seeing the Cowboys lose, which they will in this Week 14 NFC East divisional date. Hey, I’m from Philadelphia, what else can I say?

Week 15

Eagles at Giants (-3.5) Revenge will be the name of this game as New York gets back at the Philly for their Week 3 road loss to the Birds.

Week 16

Giants at Cardinals (-2) Arizona gets the narrow home win, mostly because I expect dual-threat running back David Johnson to be the best player on the field in this Week 16 matchup.

Week 17

Redskins at Giants The Giants will close out their 2017 schedule with a nice home win over the hated Redskins to get the regular season split. The Giants have a difficult schedule in 2017 and I’ve got them winning eight games because of it. Nine wins is a real possibility, but I’m thinking 10 wins or more is out of the question even though the G-Men won 11 games a year ago. Play the Under 9.0 regular season wins.
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