NFL Divisional Betting Preview: New York Giants At Philadelphia Eagles Odds

Written By Mo Nuwwarah on January 19, 2023
Eagles vs. Giants odds

The NFL playoffs continue Saturday night. The New York Giants visit the Philadelphia Eagles at 8:15 p.m. ET on Jan. 21. Primary markets for the game show the Eagles as spread favorites and on the moneyline. Eagles vs. Giants odds feature a total set at .

In this article, we break down everything you need to know before placing a bet on the game, including team matchups, key metrics, weather and the best available NFL playoff odds. Click on the odds anywhere in this post to bet now.

Eagles vs. Giants Odds: Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under

When using the Eagles vs. Giants odds table above, click the dropdown menu and select the type of bet you wish to make. 

Betting the point spread is when you wager on how many points a team will win or lose by. A plus sign in front of the spread denotes the underdog, and a minus sign denotes the favorite.

In this case, the Eagles would have to win by at least eight points if you bet them to cover the point spread (-7.5). A spread bet on the Giants would win if they win the game or lose by fewer than eight.

Betting the moneyline is simply betting on which particular team will win a game.

The betting total is the number of combined points the two teams will score. Bettors can choose to bet the over or under on how many total points will be scored in the game. 

Giants At Eagles Player Props

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Giants At Eagles Betting News & Angles

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Eagles Vs. Giants Weather

This game will be played outdoors at Lincoln Financial Field in Philly. The forecast as of Wednesday calls for 31-degree temperatures, partly cloudy but clear skies, and minimal winds around 5 mph.

Eagles Vs. Giants Injury Report

Philadelphia Injuries

PlayerPos.InjuryStatusAvg. Snap Count
Lane JohnsonOTGroinQuestionable64.9
Brandon GrahamDEIllnessQuestionable31.6
Robert QuinnDEBackQuestionable30.7
Linval JosephDTCalfProbable23.6
Derek BarnettDEKneeOut14.0

New York Injuries

PlayerPos.InjuryStatusAvg. Snap Count
Isaiah HodginsWRAnkleQuestionable66.0
Adoree’ JacksonCBBackProbable60.1
Fabian MoreauDBHipQuestionable58.4
Adoree’ JacksonCBBackProbable55.0
Fabian MoreauDBHipQuestionable50.0
Isaiah HodginsWRAnkleQuestionable43.6
Landon CollinsSSAnkleQuestionable35.8
Azeez OjulariOLBQuadQuestionable32.9
Landon CollinsSSAnkleQuestionable24.0
Azeez OjulariOLBQuadQuestionable8.0

Giants Offense Vs. Eagles Defense

Giants OffenseStats (Rank)Eagles Defense
22 (14)Points/Gm20.2 (8)
0.342 (18)Points/Play0.321 (9)
339.3 (17)Yards/Gm301.5 (1)
191.4 (26)Pass Yards/Gm179.8 (1)
147.8 (4)Rush Yards/Gm121.6 (16)
5.3 (20)Yards/Play4.8 (1)
6.2 (24)Yards/Pass5.5 (1)
4.8 (5)Yards/Rush4.6 (24)
37.78% (22)3rd Down %38.57% (13)
64.15% (7)Red Zone %52.73% (11)
0.9 (2)Turnovers/Game1.6 (6)
8.57% (27)Sack Rate11.18% (1)

Eagles Offense Vs. Giants Defense

Eagles OffenseStats (Rank)Giants Defense
28.1 (3)Points/Gm21.9 (18)
0.424 (4)Points/Play0.348 (18)
389.1 (3)Yards/Gm356.7 (25)
241.5 (9)Pass Yards/Gm217.2 (15)
147.6 (5)Rush Yards/Gm139.6 (27)
5.9 (6)Yards/Play5.7 (24)
7.7 (3)Yards/Pass6.4 (13)
4.6 (13)Yards/Rush5.2 (30)
45.95% (4)3rd Down %35.35% (4)
67.8% (3)Red Zone %50.75% (7)
1.1 (5)Turnovers/Game1.1 (26)
7.59% (24)Sack Rate6.32% (21)

Giants At Eagles Advanced Stats

New York GiantsStats (Rank)Philadelphia Eagles
+7.1% (10)Offense DVOA+15.1% (3)
+10.2% (29)Defense DVOA-9.7% (6)
-1.2% (22)Special Teams DVOA+0.5% (13)
-0.002 (7)Rush Offense EPA/Play+0.072 (1)
+0.043 (30)Rush Defense EPA/Play-0.023 (23)
+0.058 (12)Pass Offense EPA/Play+0.121 (7)
+0.048 (20)Pass Defense EPA/Play-0.087 (1)
DVOA via Football Outsiders, EPA/play via RBSDM database

Giants At Eagles Betting Insights

Why The Giants Can Cover The Spread

They’re coming in hot, playing their best football of the season after thoroughly outplaying the 13-win Vikings following a week off. The one weak point the Eagles have shown at times this year has been an aversion to stopping the run. And that’s the one thing the Giants do very well, pound the rock with a two-headed attack between Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley. If they can take an early lead and put some pressure on Jalen Hurts to succeed in obvious passing situations, they could have a leg up on the Eagles. That’s more plausible if Hurts still isn’t at his best as he knocks the rust off following an injury.

Why The Eagles Can Cover The Spread

Well, they mostly dominated the Giants in two head-to-head victories. Granted, the second one came against backups, but even isolating the first game, the Eagles just steamrolled the Giants, who were never even in the game. They just had no answers whatsoever for this offense, which put up 48 on them. There’s no reason to think any of that has changed, as long as Hurts can regain his pre-injury form. And the Giants in a negative script with these replacement-level receivers against a strong Eagles secondary would probably unravel in a hurry.

Reasons To Bet The Over

Both offenses have shown they can move the ball, and when these teams faced off in a game that the Giants didn’t sit their starters, 70 points lit up the scoreboard. The Eagles have mismatches in their favor everywhere on offense, and we’ve seen Brian Daboll get the most out of this limited group of playmakers. With Daniel Jones’ confidence soaring following his destruction of the Vikings, and the weather shaping up ideally, both teams could put up some points here.

Reasons To Bet The Under

The Eagles offense struggled in what should have been a Week 18 rout. What if Hurts still has some rust to shake off following his multi-week absence due to injury? And moving the ball on the Vikings is one thing, but the Eagles present a far, far different and greater challenge. Barkley ran for just 28 yards last time he suited up against the Eagles. If he can’t get going, Jones is going to be under huge pressure.

Giants At Eagles Matchups To Watch For

Giants Blitzes Vs. Eagles Pass Protection

Nobody blitzes more than the Giants, which should come as little surprise since that’s the calling card of Defensive Coordinator Wink Martindale. It works fairly often, too, since they have a top-10 rate of pressure applied. However, they’re blitzing into the teeth of an elite OL here. Jalen Hurts’ 94.3 passer rating when facing the blitz (per PFF) barely drops from his 101.5 mark on the season. And even if blitzers get through, they must maintain discipline. No QB is more liable to hurt you with a scramble than Hurts if guys are flying by him. He had seven rushes for 77 yards and a TD in Week 14’s big win.

Dallas Goedert Vs. Giants Coverage

Dallas Goedert thrived during the season when healthy but didn’t fare that well with Gardner Minshew under center. This should be a plus matchup for him since the Giants have terrible numbers against opposing TEs. They rank 31st in DVOA allowed to them and give up 6.4 catches for 56.1 yards on average. Look for Goedert to get open often.

Saquon Barkley Vs. Eagles Defense

Rushing the ball against the Eagles looked to be the way early in the season, but late-season pickups Ndamukong Suh and Linval Joseph helped fortify that weakness. Philly ranked 11th in EPA/play allowed there after those signings. Still, Barkley showed off his explosive potential against the Vikings with a long TD run, and he’ll be needed here to keep this pass rush honest. Look for him to contribute in the passing game, too. The Eagles fared poorly against pass catchers out of the backfield, allowing 6.8 catches per game and ranking 24th in DVOA there.

Final Thoughts

The stats — advanced or basic — would tell you that the Eagles are a much, much better team than the Giants. Likewise the late-season messaging from the market, which wound up steaming the Eagles all the way from an early opener of -5.5 on the road to -7 in most spots in Week 14. That move proved prescient as the Eagles steamrolled their division rivals. Given that, it counts as a surprise that the market briefly made the Eagles just -7 at home in the same matchup, coming out of a bye, with no major injuries dragging them down. In fact, QB Jalen Hurts was off the injury report completely early in the week, an improvement over Week 18.

It’s hard to see an area where the Giants might have an edge here outside of the brilliant coaching of Brian Daboll. Still, Nick Sirianni is no slouch himself and did very solid work all year with this Eagles squad.

The Eagles should win this, and they really should win it convincingly. If you missed out on the brief period of -7 availability, a teaser play is worth consideration here since the Eagles are sitting on a premium teaser number and the total is not prohibitively high.

Those with belief in the Giants should consider an over on Daniel Jones’ passing prop as well. It’s a very modest number, especially considering the high-ish total and the calm weather.

Best of luck betting on Eagles vs. Giants odds.

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Mo Nuwwarah got his start in gambling early, making his first sports bet on his beloved Fab Five against the UNC Tar Heels in the 1993 NCAA tournament. He lost $5 to his dad and got back into sports betting years later during a 15-year run in the poker industry. A 2011 journalism graduate from Nebraska-Omaha, he combines those skills with his love of sports and statistics to help bettors make more informed decisions with a focus on pro football, baseball and basketball.

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