Giants Odds 2023 | Best Giants Spreads, Props, & More

Last Updated: Sep 1, 2022

Best Giants Betting Lines 2023

A fifth straight losing season saw the New York Giants near the top of the NFL Draft once again in 2022.

New York’s new regime, led by general manager Joe Schoen and head coach Brian Daboll, hoped to accelerate the ongoing rebuild with a strong class. They added key pieces inside the top 10 in pass-rusher Kayvon Thibodeaux and tackle Evan Neal before bringing in wide receiver Wan’Dale Robinson in the second round.

The latter two picks will look to help quarterback Daniel Jones, who enters a make-or-break year four with the Giants. Jones didn’t have much of a chance last season behind a poor offensive line and a rotating cast of playmakers to work with as New York had some horrible injury luck.

In an NFC East that seems to spit out a different division winner every year, are the Giants candidates to make a quick turnaround this upcoming season?

Note: These Giants futures bet odds are courtesy of Caesars Sportsbook and are current as of Monday, August 29, at 4:30 p.m. ET. You can find more odds at these US betting sites. But be careful, as many of these NFL futures odds might shift as we get closer to the 2022 NFL season.

Giants Betting Odds

  • Win Total: Over 7 (+105) / Under 7 (-125)
  • Make Playoffs: Yes (+235) / No (-292)
  • Win NFC East (+800)
  • Win NFC Championship (+5000)
  • Win Super Bowl 57 (+10000)

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Giants Super Bowl 57 Odds

Giants To Win Super Bowl (+10000)

I like the idea of taking longshot Super Bowl futures from the NFC instead of the loaded AFC, but this probably isn’t the one.

Giants NFC Championship Odds

Giants To Win NFC Championship (+5000)

Do I expect the Giants to make the Super Bowl after five straight losing seasons? No. Could you hedge this if they make the playoffs? Maybe.

Giants NFC East Winner Odds

Giants to Win NFC East Championship (+800)

Dallas won the division last year but has taken a step backward, Philadelphia is better than New York but has some question marks, while Washington has Carson Wentz at the helm.

A different team wins this division every year and we’ve seen plenty go from worst to first. This is good value as our NFL Bet of the Day.

Giants Make Playoffs Odds

Giants to Make Playoffs (+235)

The NFC is by far the weaker conference, so this certainly isn’t a stretch if things go well under the new regime. I’d still prefer the value on winning the division, though.

Giants Win Total Bets 2023

Giants: OVER 7 Wins (+105)

The Giants have nine home games and a relatively easy group of opponents that features the NFC North and AFC South, two of the worst divisions in football, in addition to multiple games against Washington.

As long as they stay healthy, I like the Over here.

Giants Prop Bets 2023

Saquon Barkley: Wins Comeback Player of the Year (+1200)

After bursting onto the scene in his rookie season, things have quieted down for running back Saquon Barkley.

A torn ACL cost him the majority of his 2020 campaign and although he returned for the start of the 2021 season, he didn’t look quite the same. A midseason ankle injury meant a few more weeks on the sidelines, and eventually another season went by with very little production.

This year looks to be different for Barkley, who will be running behind an improved offensive line and should get plenty of targets out of the backfield in New York’s new scheme. If he stays healthy, he could be in for a big year.

How to Bet Giants Moneylines

If you decide to bet on the Giants to win a specific game, you’re making a moneyline wager. These NFL bets are very simple as you are just selecting a team to win. If they do, you cash your wager.

Since not all matchups are created equal, moneyline odds will differ based each team’s implied probability of winning the game. Favorites are represented by a minus sign (-250), while underdogs are indentified by a plus sign (+300).

If you want to bet on the Giants and they’re a (-250) favorite, then you would have to wager $25 to win $10. However, if they were a (+250) underdog, you would earn $25 on a $10 bet.

  • 2021 Giants Moneyline Record: 4-13

How to Bet Giants Spreads

When wagering on a team like the Giants, betting the spread is probably the better option. Spreads present two evenly priced options, regardless of the talent disparity between the teams playing in a given game. They essentially represent the number of points that the favorite is expected to beat the underdog by.

If the Giants are 3-point favorites against the Commanders, the spread for that game will appear like this: Giants -3 (-110) vs Commanders +3 (-110).

In this scenario, the Giants would have to win by more than three points for you to win your bet. If they were to win by exactly three points, your bet would push and you would break even on that particular wager. If lose, tie, or win by two points or fewer, your bet would lose.

Last year, the Giants were slightly better against the spread than they were on the moneyline, but you could still find more attractive options to bet on. Things could be different in 2022, however, as New York should be more competitive under a new coaching regime.

  • 2021 Giants Against the Spread Record: 6-11

How to Bet Giants Over/Unders

If you don’t want to bet on or against the Giants, you can still get involved by wagering on the total number of points scored in any of their games.

For each game, oddsmakers will set the total — the number of points they expect will be scored in the game — and then you can place a bet on either the Over or the Under.

In 2021, Giants games went Under the projected total 68.8% of the time. The offense should improve this year, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see New York play more low-scoring contests this season.

  • 2021 Giants Over/Under Record: 5-11-1


John Arlia

Before joining The Game Day, John served as the National Writer for the United Soccer League, where he primarily covered the USL Championship out of the league’s headquarters in Tampa, FL. A devout soccer fan, John attended the men’s World Cups in Brazil and Russia and can’t wait for the 2026 edition to come to North America. Having also written for Sporting News Canada since getting his master’s from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at ASU, John has acquired a diverse sporting background, but considers football, golf, and soccer his three strong suits.

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