The Philadelphia Eagles (14-3) host the New York Giants (10-7-1) in the NFC Divisional Round Round at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday, Jan. 21 at 8:15 p.m. ET. This is the third matchup between these teams this season, of which Philly won the previous two. Most recently, the Eagles beat the Giants in Week 18, when New York sat most of their starters. The Eagles opened as -8.5 favorites at FanDuel Sportsbook and the Giants opened at +280 on the money line. Find Giants at Eagles AFC Divisional opening odds below.
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NFL Divisional Opening Odds: Giants At Eagles
Place a bet on NFC Divisional Round opening odds by clicking on the odds in the table below. Toggle between point spread, money line, and point total in the listed tabs. The Giants benched most of their starters Week 18; therefore, that closing spread is not very relevant. However, in the Week 14 meeting, the Eagles closed as 7-point favorites on the road against the Giants.
The first move after the spread opened for this game was towards the Giants all the way to NYG +7.5 (-115), as of 9 p.m. ET Sunday night.
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How The Eagles Got Here
Midway through the season, the Eagles were the Super Bowl 57 favorites out of the NFC. Jalen Hurts was competing for his first NFL MVP award, but his standing on odds tables slipped when he missed a couple weeks with injury while Patrick Mahomes continued to dazzle. Nick Sirriani, however, remains near the top of Coach of the Year odds tables after taking the Eagles from a 9-8 fringe Wild Card team to the NFC’s top overall seed.
Rookie Jordan Davis anchors a terrific defensive front that generates the most pressure in the NFL this season (25.5%). Without Davis, the line fell susceptible to the run, though, which may not bode well against teams like the 49ers and Cowboys in the playoffs.
Despite getting the bye week and holding an abjectly easier route to the Super Bowl, the Eagles fell to the 49ers in the favorite out of the conference. San Francisco rides an 11-game win streak into the second round of the playoffs. Both teams appear due for a collision course in Philly in the NFC Championship Game.
How The Giants Got Here
It wasn’t easy, but the New York Giants fought their way into the NFC Playoffs and then past the 13-win Vikings in their first season under Brian Daboll. Questionable officiating nearly cost the G-Men the game at the end, but they pulled off a late 31-24 victory in Minnesota in the Wild Card round.
It’s the first postseason win for the Giants since their last Super Bowl– among the longest droughts in the NFL. The last two times the Giants won a Super Bowl, they were less than a four seed and played all of their playoff games on the road.
Saquon Barkley is among the favorites for Comeback Player of the Year. He and Daniel Jones took major strides forward under Daboll’s system despite a lackluster cast of other weapons. However, they went 0-4 against the two other NFC East teams in the playoff field: Philadelphia and Dallas. Up next for the Giants are the Eagles in Philly.