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Football Odds - Giants at Saints

Football odds have the New Orleans Saints as a 3 point football betting home favorite against the New York Giants for Sunday’s matchup.

Football odds handicappers have the football betting choice of two of the best teams and best quarterbacks in all of football as both are undefeated and looking “super”. The New York Giants beat the football odds with east last week in a 44-7 win over the Oakland Raiders.

The football betting win was a classic demonstration of the Giants depth and versatility as they excelled in all aspects of the game.  Quarterback Eli Manning beat the football odds with 173 yards passing and 2 touchdowns as he played with a sore heel.

Ahmad Bradshaw ran for 110 yards and 2 touchdowns to show that the Giants can win with the football odds on the ground.  The defense held Oakland to 60 yards rushing and 128 yards passing.  The Giants now rank 2nd with the football odds in total offense and 1st in total defense.

Manning has completed 64% of his passes for 1212 yards with 10 touchdowns and just 2 interceptions.  Steve Smith is his favorite target as the wideout has 37 catches for 481 yards and 4 touchdowns.  The Giants now stand at 5-0 straight up and 4-0-1 against the spread and are 3-1-1 over the football odds total this year.

The New Orleans Saints are coming off a bye week that followed an impressive football odds home win of 24-10 over the New York Jets.  The Saints are known for their explosive offense that is the top scoring unit in football.

But what has been their biggest improvement with the football odds this year has been their defense which ranks 6th best in the league.  If New Orleans continues to get that type of defensive performance they have a legitimate shot at Super Sunday.

Quarterback Drew Brees is off to another great start as he has completed 67% of his passes for 1031 yards and 9 touchdowns with just 2 interceptions.  The Saints can also run the football as both Mike Bell and Pierre Thomas have over 200 yards each.

This one will likely come down to turnovers and special teams in front of a boisterous sell out crowd at the Superdome.