The Cowboys take on the Giants in Week 15. Head coach Mike McCarthy and his squad look strong on the road following victories against the Saints and Washington. This is their last away game before returning to Dallas for back-to-back games at the AT&T Stadium. Simultaneously, the hosts will try to break a two-game losing streak with the support of their home crowd on Sunday afternoon.
That said, Nitrobetting shares a detailed preview of the upcoming Cowboys vs. Giants game. Find essential game details, team and player stats, and the latest NFL betting odds. In addition, we provide timely betting trends and expert predictions that help you find the best picks.
Cowboys vs. Giants Game Information
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- When: Sunday, December 19, 2021, 1:00 PM ET
- Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
- TV: FOX
- Radio: KRLD-FM 105.3 THE FAN (Cowboys) / 104.5 The Team ESPN Radio (Giants)
- Live Stream:NFL Game Pass
- NFL Odds: Cowboys (-10.0) / Giants (+10.0)
Why Bet on the Dallas Cowboys?
The Dallas Cowboys look good after two solid wins in Week 13 and 14. They did well to bounce back from a two-game losing streak in the hands of the Chiefs and the Raiders. This will be their second time playing the Giants, with the Cowboys drawing first blood 44-20 in Week 6.
The visitors are expected to introduce plenty of offensive threats to the Giants’ seemingly underwhelming defense. The Cowboys are in the top two scoring teams in the league right now. They average 29.2 points per game. They also produce an average of 409.1 yards (second) per game. Their attacking expertise is prevalent in both passing and rushing. The team records 280.6 passing yards (fourth) while averaging 128.5 rushing yards (sixth) per game.
Moreover, the Cowboys are no slouch on defense either. The team holds teams to 22.1 points (12th) and 361.1 opponent yards (23rd) per game. Although coach Mike McCarthy wants his team to do better against passing teams, the squad should be able to hold off a more delicate Giants side. They do slightly better against rushing plays and limit teams to 110.2 rushing yards (15th) per game.
Why Bet on the New York Giants?
The Giants sit dead last in the NFC East with a 4-9 overall record. However, the team looks to be in better form compared to the earlier weeks of the calendar. They secured three of their four wins in the last seven games. This time around, the hosts will try to break free from a two-game losing streak against the Dolphins and the Chargers.
The last time the Giants won a game was in front of their fans. Week 15 gives that opportunity back to the team as they play in front of a roaring MetLife Stadium crowd. The team also does well at home, holding opponents to single-digit scores in two of their last three wins at home.
Overall, the Giants average 17.8 points (27th) and allow 23.8 opponent points (21st) per game. We’ve seen the team do better defensively in recent weeks. But as of now, they average 125.0 opponent rushing yards (25th) and 244.7 opponent passing yards (19th) per game.
Starting quarterback Daniel Jones is doubtful to play on Sunday following a neck injury. Right defensive end Leonard Williams and right cornerback Adoree’ Jackson join him on the sidelines after the latest team announcement.
Cowboys vs. Giants Betting Trends
- The Cowboys are 3-2 in the last five road games against the Giants (3-2 ATS).
- The Cowboys are 4-1 in the last five road games (4-1 ATS).
- The totals went under in three of the Cowboys’ last five road games against the Giants.
- The Giants are 4-6 in their last ten games (5-5 ATS).
- The Giants 3-3 in their last six home games against the Cowboys (3-3 ATS).
- The totals went over in five of the Giants’ last six games against the Cowboys.
Cowboys vs. Giants Expert Betting Predictions
The Cowboys are the overwhelming favorites to win the game thanks to better game results and a plethora of talent. This is a game that allows the team to build confidence on the road and at the same time strengthen their position for a playoff berth. However, we don’t expect the Giants to make it easy for the visitors either. They can overcome the challenge of losing Daniel Jones if second quarterback Mike Glennon steps up. Covering the spread remains a good possibility for the team given the odds, but a win remains a longshot for the Giants.
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