The kickoff is scheduled for 1:00 ET on Sunday. The Giants are 9-2 ATS in their last eleven games, while the 49ers are 4-11 ATS in their last fifteen games vs. NFC opponents.
Last Sunday in San Francisco, the 49ers (2-4 SU & ATS) were 4.5-point home underdogs to the Philadelphia Eagles, with the ‘total’ predicted to be 44.5, according to football odds.
49ers kicker Joe Nedney nailed three field goals and defensive back Donald Strickland scored a touchdown for San Francisco in the first half, which cut Philly’s lead to one point, 17-16, at the break. The 49ers added ten points in the third quarter on a Frank Gore touchdown run and another Joe Nedney field goal, to give San Francisco the lead.
But the fourth quarter was all Eagles. A Donovan McNabb touchdown pass, an interception returned for a touchdown and three David Akers field goals propelled the Eagles to the 40-26 victory and allowed them to cover the NFL betting line in the process.
The New York Giants closed as eight-point favorites over the Cleveland Browns on Monday night in Cleveland, with the ‘total’ standing pat at 43.5. Browns quarterback Derek Anderson threw two touchdown passes that night, one to Darnell Dinkins and one to Braylon Edwards.
Cleveland was able to convert 69% of its third down conversions (9 of 13), while Eli Manning threw three interceptions for the Giants. Cleveland won this NFL betting contest by a final score of 35-14.
Those NFL betting fans who rolled the dice on the underdog Browns to beat the Giants were rewarded for their bold move, as were those football bettors who picked the ‘total’ to go over the closing football betting line.
The New York Giants are favored by 10.5-points over the San Francisco 49ers (4-2 SU, 3-2 ATS) on Sunday’s NFL betting contest in New York. The total is predicted to be 46.
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