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Philadelphia Eagles vs. N.Y. Giants Gambling Prediction & Week 17 Preview

Eagles vs Giants NFL Football Spread/Handicapping

The Eagles are a disaster and believe it or not there is still a chance the Giants actually qualify for the playoffs…if they win.  Lots of intrigue for this one but it should be an easy win for New York.

Philadelphia Eagles (4-11) vs New York Giants (8-7)
Sunday December 30
MetLife Stadium – Meadowlands, NJ
1:00PM
Moneyline:  New York -350, Philadelphia +290 at SportsBettingOnline.ag
Spread:  New York Giants -7
O/U:  46

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Philadelphia

This week is finally the end of this miserable season but things will look like they did when they started.  Coach Andy Reid will roam the sidelines and QB Michael Vick will be under center.

One of the three wins Philly had in their 3-1 start was against New York and sticking it to the Giants is still a reasonable source of motivation for the Eagles on Sunday…Hard to know what to expect from Philly this week. There is no reason to play it safe but is Vick going to be tentative after his time away due to injury.

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He is not likely part of their plans next year anyway so maybe they use him with reckless abandon.  They might be more careful with running back LeSean McCoy who has been banged up all season long and actually is a big part of their future…McCoy ripped through the Giants the last time these two played but I think we will see some more balance this week.

It is hard to get behind Philadelphia but Vick is a special talent and should be itching to go.

Its just anybody’s guess what you are going to get.

New York

They need help but the Giants still have a sliver of a chance of making the playoffs.  First they have to beat the Eagles though, something they failed to do in September. [soliloquy id=”82219″]

Win is something they haven’t done either of the last two weeks when they were spanked by the Falcons and Ravens.

For the Giants sake I hope it has nothing to do with “birds” because then the Eagles may have their number…In a big game it all starts with QB Eli Manning.  The last two week he has barely completed 50% of his passes failing to top 162 yards in either game.

He has normally been great digging the team out of hole but this one might be too deep.  Having RB Ahmad Bradshaw helps, he is close to another 1000 yard season.  This team is not as explosive as it was in winning the championship last year, on offense or defense…

No surprise the Giants have been killing the bettors.

This is a highly public team and opinion on them went through the roof when they spanked Green Bay last month. Since then they have won just one game (ATS and SU against New Orleans).

Snapping out of their funk against Philly still may not be enough.

Spread Pick:  New York -7
O/U Pick:  Under
Score Prediction:  New York 30 – Philadelphia 14

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