Rams vs Giants Betting TipsNoah Williams
Do Manning and Reeling Giants Have a Chance Against Goff and Streaking Rams in Week 9 NFC Matchup?
Sure, it would have been an implausible question before the start of the 2017 season, but right now, the question begs to be asked. Do Eli Manning and the reeling New York Giants have a chance to do anything positive when they host Jared Goff and the streaking Los Angeles Rams in their Week 9 NFC clash on Sunday?
Simply put, let’s find out the answer to that question right now! The G-Men will host the Rams at MetLife Stadium on Sunday at 1:00 PM with this matchup airing on FOX.
LA Rams vs NY Giants Betting Tips
Los Angeles Rams (5-2) at New York Giants (1-6)
When: Sunday, November 5, 2017 at 1:00 PM ET
Where: MetLife Stadium
Stream: Fox Sports Go
NFL Odds Rams -3.5
Why Bet on the Los Angeles Rams Odds at -3.5
Why bet on the red-hot Rams? Well, because they’re completely explosive offensively as they rank a stellar second in scoring (30.3 ppg) and the Giants just don’t have enough offense to keep up with them. Another good reason to back L.A. is that they have a defense that is way better than you think in ranking 11th in points allowed at 19.7 points per contest. Last but not least, the rams are well-rested after getting a bye last weekend following their 33-0 demolition of Arizona at home in Week 7.
Why Bet on the New York Giants Odds at +3.5
Why bet on the Giants in this contest? Outside of them being completely desperate, there really isn’t much reason to back the G-Men! Although New York also got a bye this past weekend, they also got smacked around by Seattle two weeks ago in their 24-7 home loss to fall to 1-6 on the season and probably just want to get their nightmare campaign over with.
Rams vs Giants Betting Tip
I don’t know who the hell the 37 percent of public bettors that like New York to cover the spread in this contest are, but I’m thinking they’re a bit nuts! Seriously, I see absolutely no reason to back the Giants in this contest. New York is without their best player in wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., they’re ranked a pitiful 30th in scoring (16.0 ppg) and have gone winless in their three home games this season.
The Rams are 7-2-1 ATS in their last 10 games following a bye week and have won three straight road games. The Giants are 5-12-1 ATS in their last 18 games following a bye week and have no hopes for doing much of anything this season.
Pick: L.A. Rams -3.5