Football betting last year appeared to favor the Giants to repeat as super bowl champions before they imploded at the end against the football odds. The Giants will be looking to improve their offensive production this upcoming football betting preseason.
The Giants offense was good but not as effective as the 2007 version and it was nearly punchless against the football odds in their upset playoff loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. Starting quarterback Eli Manning won’t likely see a lot of action during football betting exhibition play which will turn handicapping attention to his backups.
David Carr, Andre’ Woodson, and Rhett Bomar figure to be over center for the majority of the football betting preseason. Carr is an 8 year pro out of Fresno State and was originally a first round draft choice of the Houston Texans in 2002.
Carr played in 5 football betting campaigns for Houston before departing for the Carolina Panthers in 2007 where he was a backup. He then signed with the Giants for 2008 to back up Manning. Carr has a career quarterback rating of 75 with 64 touchdown passes and 70 interceptions.
He was touted for greatness when he joined the Texans but he has not lived up to the original football betting hype regarding his potential. Woodson made his football betting fame as a college quarterback with the Kentucky Wildcats as he was a key figure in their resurgence. Woodson was a 6th round draft pick of the Giants in 2008.
Rhett Bomar was a 5th round draft choice of the Giants this past April and played his college ball at Sam Houston State. Bomar originally started his college career with the Oklahoma Sooners but was dismissed after a car dealership scandal in 2006.
Hakeem Nicks, a wide receiver out of North Carolina, was the Giants number one selection in the draft and should see plenty of action in the football betting preseason.
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