A Daniel Jones TD Pass Will Turn $1 Into $100 At BetMGM

Written By Marco Cerino on October 10, 2019 - Last Updated on October 11, 2019

While some fans (and most players) hate Thursday Night Football, it has become a great night for bettors to take advantage of enticing offers from New Jersey sportsbooks. This week’s deal from BetMGM is intriguing, but unlike last week, it’s probably not what some would consider a “sure thing.”

This week the New York Giants travel to Foxboro to play the undefeated New England Patriots. For the first time in over a decade, the rivalry that has included two Super Bowls and memorable regular-season tilts will not see Eli Manning under center for Big Blue.

Herein lies the proposition for players with BetMGM. New accounts can bet $1 on rookie QB Daniel Jones throwing a TD pass in the game and win $100 in free bets for future use.

Last week, all it took was Seattle ML players to earn the credits was the Hawks to score at least one point. Not only did they score, they scored 30 and won.

No guarantee, but still a no-brainer bet

Daniel Jones has thrown four TDs so far this year for the 2-3 Giants. However, he will be facing defensive guru (and former Giants assistant) Bill Belichek without skill players Saquon Barkley, Wayne Gillman, Evan Engram, and Sterling Shepard.

But he could still throw a touchdown against a defense that hasn’t given one up yet in five weeks of play. The other books have some confidence in the rookie pivot from Duke. DraftKings Sportsbook and PlaySugarHouse have the prop currently at -240, while FanDuel Sportsbook priced it at -205. MGM is essentially giving you +10000 odds. Not bad!

How to get this great promo at BetMGM

The rules are the same as last week.

This could be a really cool moment for Giants fans to immortalize a big moment in the ascension of the team’s new franchise QB. Getting a touchdown against the seemingly impenetrable Pats with Golden Tate and a few guys they got off the PATH train at his disposal would verify the team’s faith in him. On a short week, who knows what could happen?

This is a cool offer from a book who has put significant marketing money into the Garden State to curry favor with some of the northern residents. Talk to your guy about it, say a prayer, play “Mr. Jones” by the Counting Crows, whatever makes you comfortable, and go for it.

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