New York GiantsThe New York Giants Super Bowl betting odds are bleak. The Giants finished the 2018 season with a record of 5-11 and missed the playoffs for the third straight season. This Giants team will look a lot different this year than in years past. Wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr who led the team in receiving is no longer on the roster. On defense, the Giants lost their leading tackler in safety Landon Collins and their leader in sacks defensive lineman Olivier Vernon. Replacing that type of production isn’t easy for any team to do. The Giants only bright spot the Giants have is running back Saquon Barkley who led the NFL in scrimmage yards with 2,028 in just his rookie season. The Giants will have to find ways to get Barkley the ball often if they’re going to be competitive this season. Continue to check here throughout the season for the most current New York Giants Super Bowl betting odds.

Current New York Giants Super Bowl Odds
Odds To Win Super Bowl 55 as of 02/20/2020
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  • New York Giants Super Bowl 54 Betting Odds

    There will be no repeat Super Bowl championship for the New York Giants. After barely getting into the playoffs a season ago, and then going on a run, that won't be the case for Super Bowl LIV. The Giants won their last game impressively over the Philadelphia Eagles, but needed a lot of help which they did not get. As a result, New York will be watching the playoffs on the couch with the rest of us. Giants Super Bowl odds are currently off, as they were eliminated from contention in Week 17. It was probably nice to go out with five touchdown passes in a 30-point romp of the Eagles though.

    New York Giants NFC Championship Odds

    The New York Giants NFC Championship odds are listed at +5000 at sportsbooks, the third-longest odds for any team in the NFC. The Giants have many years of rebuilding ahead of them as they try to assemble a playoff-contending roster. The Giants haven’t been to the playoffs since 2016 and this year that trend will more than likely continue. The Giants won’t make the playoffs this season and will need to replace Eli Manning with Daniel Jones sooner rather than later. The receiving corps of Sterling Shepard, Evan Engram, and Golden Tate will look to keep the Giants offense afloat with the departure of Odell Beckham Jr. If the Giants can get players that can make an immediate impact on the team from a trade or free agency their betting outlook would look a lot better.

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