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- New York Giants Betting Preview
- 2022 New York Giants Over/Under Season Win Total Odds
- New York Giants Futures Betting Odds
- Standings Data
- New York Giants Picks, Predictions & Betting News
- Offseason Transactions
- New York Giants Offensive Stats
- New York Giants Defensive Stats
- Positives & Negatives
- 2022 New York Giants Win Total Prediction: Under 7 Wins
New York Giants Betting Preview
The New York Giants have been one of the most embarrassing teams in the NFL over the last few years. Their offense has been pitiful on a consistent basis, while their defense has been wasted trying to fix the mistakes of that offense. This year, they try another new head coach to fix the offense and give themselves a chance to compete with the rest of the NFC East.
Brian Daboll is that new head coach, as he takes over for Joe Judge. Daboll was the man responsible for the success of the Buffalo Bills offense as their offensive coordinator before taking this job. The question is whether his success with Josh Allen and Buffalo will translate to Daniel Jones and the team in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
2022 New York Giants Over/Under Season Win Total Odds
New York Giants Futures Betting Odds
|Record in Division Games||1-5||4-2|
New York Giants Picks, Predictions & Betting News
Key Additions: Tyrod Taylor, Kayvon Thibodeaux, Evan Neal, Matt Breida, Ricky Seals-Jones, Jon Feliciano, Jihad Ward
Key Departures: Mike Glennon, John Ross, Evan Engram, Kyle Rudolph, Nate Solder, Will Hernandez, Danny Shelton, Benardrick McKinney, Reggie Ragland, James Bradberry, Jabrill Peppers, Logan Ryan
The Giants underwent a ton of roster changes this offseason, which is a good thing when last season went so poorly. Tyrod Taylor is probably the best quarterback on the roster, but the Giants are not going to admit that with Daniel Jones in the fold. But the additions they made in the draft are the most exciting, as Thibodeaux and Neal can both make huge impacts in their first years with the team.
New York’s departures were interesting this offseason, as some were good and some were decidedly not good. Getting rid of the likes of John Ross and Evan Engram, who caused more headaches than positive yards gained for the team, is undeniably a positive. But losing multiple offensive linemen and key defenders could be problematic.
New York Giants Offensive Stats
|2021 (Rank)||2020 (Rank)|
|Yards Per Play||4.7 (T-30th)||5.0 (T-28th)|
|Yards Per Rush Attempt||4.0 (T-23rd)||4.4 (T-13th)|
|Yards Per Pass Attempt||5.8 (32nd)||6.5 (T-25th)|
|Points Per Game||15.2 (31st)||17.5 (31st)|
|Offensive DVOA||-28.1% (32nd)||-11.8% (26th)|
|Turnovers||30 (32nd)||22 (T-20th)|
The Giants were not quite as bad as their offensive stats suggest, as they held Daniel Jones out for so long last season. But the Giants were not great offensively even when Jones was on the field. Jones is still way too vulnerable to turning the ball over, and this team simply does not have enough skill position players to win individual battles on a regular basis.
New York Giants Defensive Stats
|2021 (Rank)||2020 (Rank)|
|Yards Per Play Allowed||5.3 (T-10th)||5.3 (T-8th)|
|Yards Per Rush Attempt Allowed||4.5 (T-22nd)||4.1 (T-8th)|
|Yards Per Pass Attempt Allowed||6.3 (T-6th)||6.6 (T-10th)|
|Points Per Game Allowed||24.5 (23rd)||22.3 (9th)|
|Defensive DVOA||2.8% (18th)||3.7% (19th)|
|Takeaways||22 (T-14th)||22 (T-10th)|
Defensively, the Giants were about as good as you could ask them to be last season, given that they were put up against the wall by an inept offense all season long. They will likely be called upon to do a disproportionate amount of the work again for this year’s team, as the Giants did not make enough offensive improvements to absolve the defense of those responsibilities. The question now is whether last year’s defensive performance is sustainable under these circumstances.
Positives & Negatives
The biggest positive for the Giants coming into this season is that a coaching change was made. Joe Judge was an unserious coach, and has already run back to Bill Belichick’s staff in New England. Brian Daboll at least comes in with some offensive credibility that can be used to try and maximize what the Giants have offensively.
Unfortunately, maximizing what the Giants have offensively may not be good enough given that they do not have much on that side of the ball. Daniel Jones is simply not the answer in New York, while Saquon Barkley was one of the most misguided top-five draft picks by a franchise in recent memory. New York feels like they are early into a rebuild as long as they are being led offensively by those two players.
2022 New York Giants Win Total Prediction: Under 7 Wins
This season, the Giants should at least be able to move out of the bottom-two in the NFL in points per game. But that alone will not help them get to eight wins on the season. Expect a step backward defensively under the offensive-minded Daboll, and for the Giants to hover right around five or six wins in Daboll’s first season in charge of the team.