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The defending Super Bowl champions have a chance to wrap up the NFC East crown on Sunday afternoon, and Bookmaker Sportsbook customers will have their chance to sink their teeth into all of the action when the Philadelphia Eagles (6-5-1, 7-5 ATS) invade the Meadowlands to do battle with the New York Giants (11-1, 10-2 ATS).

Earlier this season, the Giants marched into the City of Brotherly Love and beat the Eagles 36-31. They’ve now won three straight sports betting decision against Philadelphia and won all three games SU as underdogs.

The Eagles saved their season on Thanksgiving Day night against Arizona by beating the Cards 48-20. QB Donovan McNabb and RB Brian Westbrook looked like the old Donovan McNabb and Brian Westbrook on Thursday. McNabb threw for 260 yards and four scores, while Westbrook notched 130 total yards and four touchdowns of his own. Rookie WR DeSean Jackson recorded 76 receiving yards and a TD on six catches. He’s now totaled 1,243 all-purpose yards this season, and has proven to be the big playmaker that the Eagles have needed.

The victory snapped Philadelphia bettors’ three-game losing streak ATS. They’re 0-3 SU in division this year, but with games against all of their divisional rivals left on the schedule, the Eagles aren’t out of it quite yet. McNabb surpassed 3,000 passing yards in a season for the sixth time in his illustrious career.

Meanwhile, the Giants just keep rolling, and could wrap up the NFC East on Sunday with a win. The G-Men won and covered their seventh straight game on Sunday, pounding the Skins 23-7 in our nation’s capitol. In that stretch, New York has outscored its opponents by an average score of 33-17.

Though all of the talk is about the vaunted Giants defense that has held opponents to an average of 17.2 points per game this season, the key for New York bettors this year has been the offense. The G-Men rank 4th in the league in yards per game (370.8) and 1st in points per game (29.3). The key has been the ground game, as “Earth, Wind, and Fire,” Brandon Jacobs, Derrick Ward, and Ahmad Bradshaw have combined for 1,890 yards and 15 touchdowns this season.

Oddsmakers expect to see the Giants lock up the NFC East this weekend, as they are favored by a touchdown in this football betting affair. The ‘total’ opened at 44.5, but has since dropped as low as 43 at some locations.

The L/11 meetings at Giants Stadium between these two teams have gone ‘under’ the ‘total’. Betting trends also point towards New York. The Giants are 20-8 ATS in their L/28 games on grass, while the Eagles are just 3-7 ATS in their L/10 divisional games.

Will the Giants get to hang a divisional banner next to their Super Bowl banner from a year ago, or will the Eagles delay the party and keep their post-season hopes alive? Once you think you’ve got the answer, login to your Bookmaker.com account today and place your football wagers in this critical NFC East betting showdown!

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