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2014 New York Giants Schedule | Season Handicapping Picks

NFL Football Giants Analysis

The alert bettor is always sure to keep an eye on what’s ahead, and with the NFL schedule already on the board, the opportunity is there to pick and choose the right spots.

Giants Odds

Giants Odds to win the 2015 Super Bowl XLIX: 50/1
Giants Odds to win the 2015 NFC Conference: 45/1
Giants Season Win Total: 9 wins

Here’s a look at the New York Giants’ schedule for the upcoming season.

Week 1: Mon, Sept. 8 at Lions – The Giants’ re-tooled defensive backfield will be tested right out of the gate against a pass-happy Lions’ attack. The combination of Calvin Johnson and Matt Stafford have picked apart opposing secondaries in recent years, so this will provide a good litmus test.

Week 2: Sun, Sept. 14 vs. Cardinals – The Giants draw a tough opponent in their home opener in a Cardinals team that quietly won 10 games a year ago. The Cardinals have a new head coach and so there will only be one week of tape for the Giants to evaluate.

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Week 3: Sun, Sept. 21 vs. Texans – Another team with a new head coach for the Giants. The Texans’ pass rush combo of J.J. Watt and Jadeveon Clowney will surely be a point of focus.

Week 4: Thu, Sept. 25 at Redskins – And another opponent with a new head coach for the Giants. The boys in the film room will surely be racking up overtime hours. The Giants’ pass rush will look to put Robert Griffin III’s mobility to the test in this one. It will be their first divisional game of the season, and the Giants will surely be looking to make a statement after letting the other NFC East teams off the hook a year ago.

Week 5: Sun, Oct. 5 vs. Falcons – The Falcons look poised for a bounce back, and the Giants are lucky to get them outdoors. It will be another test for the Giants’ rebuilt secondary.

Week 6: Sun, Oct. 12 at Eagles – The first of back-to-back road contests within the division begins in Philadelphia against the Eagles. The division ran through Philadelphia a year ago and the Giants will surely be looking to remind the Eagles that they’re still around.

Week 7: Sun, Oct. 19 at Cowboys – The Giants head to Dallas and have an opportunity to leave everything on the table heading into their bye week. Playing in Dallas certainly hasn’t intimidated anyone on the Giants’ roster.

Week 8: BYE

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Week 9: Mon, Nov. 3 vs. Indianapolis – Playing under the lights on Monday night in a home game should be enough to avoid the dreaded lookahead spot. Andrew Luck has stepped up his game on big stages and he and the Colts will surely be a tough out.

Week 10: Sun, Nov. 9 at Seahawks – Going to Seattle to take on the Super Bowl champion Seahawks is something less than ideal. Having to do it on a short week is another beast entirely.

Week 11: Sun, Nov. 16 vs. 49ers – The 49ers are surely still holding a grudge from the 2011 NFC Championship Game. Kyle Williams isn’t around any longer, so the Giants are going to have to figure out a different way to win this time around.

Week 12: Sun, Nov. 23 vs. Cowboys – The schedule lets up a bit here, but the Cowboys are certainly no pushover. The Giants have had their number in recent years, but this isn’t a game they can afford to give away.

Week 13: Sun, Nov. 30 at Jaguars – The Jaguars look like they’ll be much-improved over last season, but they’re still the Jaguars. Favorable weather conditions should mean a big day for Eli Manning, even if his brother did have trouble against this same defense a year ago.

Week 14: Sun, Dec. 7 at Titans – Tennessee is a sneaky tough place to play this time of year. The team usually has a few tricks up its sleeve, so the Giants will need to be on high alert for this contest.

Week 15: Sun, Dec. 14 vs. Redskins – Getting the Redskins at home in December should help to slow what looks like it will be one of the fastest offenses in football this season, featuring Robert Griffin III, Pierre Garcon, and DeSean Jackson.

Week 16: Sun, Dec. 21 at Rams – An indoor game this late in December is a good deal for the Giants. The Rams will likely be out of any kind of playoff contention by this time next season, so they’ll be playing loose. They won’t be a pushover.

Week 17: Sun, Dec. 28 vs. Eagles – Two teams that figure to play a big role in deciding the NFC East face off in this matchup. The Giants are lucky to get it at home.

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