Sunday Night NFL Betting at Every1bets — Giants Look to Continue Offensive Progress Against Eagles

Sunday Night NFL Betting at BetAnySports -- Giants Look to Continue Offensive Progress Against Eagles

The New York Giants took a while getting used to the West Coast offense, but now they are feeling a lot more comfortable in it. That’s the kind of thing winning can do for you. On Sunday night they will put themselves to the test once more as they visit the Philadelphia Eagles in NFL betting action that is set to get underway at 8:30 PM ET at Lincoln Financial Field.

The Giants have been on a roll, winning their last three games, and that has probably coincided with Eli Manning finally settling in and taking advantage of what has been presented to him in the West Coast offense that was brought to the team by Ben McAdoo, who was hired as coordinator by Tom Coughlin in the off-season. Manning had never played in that kind of system before, and indeed it has been a struggle, because it has demanded that he take shorter drops in the pocket. But he has gone to work with McAdoo dealing with whatever adjustments were necessary, and after a rough outing in the opener against Detroit, he has been progressing rapidly. In fact, in the last three games he has thrown just one interception, and that is saying a lot for a guy who tossed 27 pickoffs last year.

Philadelphia, which made the playoffs last season in Chip Kelly’s first year at the helm, have been going through a relatively rough time on offense, even though they are tied for the NFC East lead at 4-1. It’s not that other teams have necessarily caught up with what Kelly does with his up-tempo, no-huddle approach as much as it is an injury-ravaged offensive line that has bothered the Eagles and their rhythm.

As you can see from the Sunday night NFL betting odds at BetAnySports, the Giants are getting a lot of respect:

Sunday Night NFL Football betting odds Courtesy Of BetAnySports USA Online Sportsbook

Philadelphia Eagles -1
New York Giants +1

Over 49.5 Points -110
Under 49.5 Points -110

A couple of games ago, when they played the San Francisco 49ers and got no points from its offense, the Eagles had only one offensive lineman who was playing in his natural position – that being Pro Bowl left tackle Jason Peters. But last week they were able to have three guys in place, because Lane Johnson came back from injury. With 145 rushing yards, they made some progress, but LeSean McCoy, who was last year’s NFL rushing champion, has averaged just 2.9 yards a carry. As most NFL football betting fans know, that is, in many ways, a by-product of what the offensive line does (or does NOT do, as it were).

So are problems suffered on the part of a team’s quarterback. BetAnySports customers saw that Nick Foles was the “golden boy” last season, as he had 27 touchdown passes against only two interceptions, and finished second in the league in passing efficiency. But Foles has found a different scenario this year. He has completed less than 60% of his passes, which is below the standard these days, and he has turned the ball over, through interceptions or fumbles, eight times already, which is twice as much as he did in his outstanding 2013 campaign.

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CHARLES JAY grew up around the gaming business, was raised in the boxing business, and along the way has developed a colorful background through a wide range of experiences. Jay was a veteran of almost two decades actively in the boxing industry, as a writer, publicist, matchmaker, booking agent, manager, and promoter. He was engaged as editorial consultant for USA Network's "Tuesday Night Fights" for seven years, and also did some on-air work for USA. He also served as color commentator for, among others, Sunshine Network and Prime Network, and has called more than a dozen world championship fights for national and/or international television. He has been the host of numerous radio programs, including "Sportswatch with Charles Jay" on KDWN in Las Vegas, "Total Action" on WAXY 790 in Miami, and "Charles Jay's Winning Edge", syndicated into 55 markets by the American Radio Networks. For the past 20 years, he has been a professional sports handicapper, and as a consultant to the casino industry from 1993-95, helped to launch Casino Magic in Mississippi as a major venue for sports promotions. Also, he's been a casino/sports gaming columnist for a number of leading publications, including Sports Form, Casino Player, Card Player, and The Gambler. In the 2000's, he became widely known as one of the world's leading proponents and experts on the subject of boxing reform, having been asked to appear on numerous panels and speak at officials' seminars. He was the author of "Operation Cleanup" and "Operation Cleanup 2: Unfinished Business" - two critically-acclaimed e-books that represent arguably the most comprehensive and in-depth examination of boxing reform issues ever put into publication. In 2004 he published a third electronic book - "Body Shots: Outside the Ring and Inside the Game of Pro Boxing". In 2003 he was the recipient of the "Dignity" Award, in the category of "Best Sports Writer," as bestowed by the Retired Boxers Foundation.

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