NFL betting odds handicappers will have the NFL gambling choice of the New York Giants and Chicago Bears from Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. The Giants are coming off an impressive 24-17 win and cover over the NFL betting odds against the Carolina Panthers as 3-point favorites last Monday night as the game went over the total of 33.5.
The Giants broke a 17-17 tie when Tommie Hill returned a fumble 18 yards for a touchdown at the end of the game for an incredible NFL gambling payoff. The matchup was as even as it could get against the NFL betting odds as the Giants outgained the Panthers by only 3 yards at 279-276.
The big difference in the Giants win against the NFL betting odds was 4 Carolina lost fumbles, including that final one at game’s end. Backup quarterbacks David Carr and Andre’ Woodson played most of the game for New York.
Carr was 6-10 for 74 yards with 1 touchdown in an impressive debut against the NFL betting odds while Woodson struggled going 5-11 for 45 yards with 1 interception. The Bears lost their preseason opener against the NFL betting odds 20-27 at Buffalo against the Bills as 3-point road dogs as the game went over the total of 35.
Chicago was outgained 168-252 and committed 5 turnovers to seal their defeat against the NFL betting odds. Quarterback Jay Cutler had less than a stellar debut against the NFL betting odds as he went 5-10 for 64 yards with 1 interception.
Caleb Hanie went 8-11 for 87 yards with 1 touchdown while hometown hero and Northwestern starter Brett Basanez went 3-11 for 26 yards with 1 touchdown and 3 interceptions. The most impressive Bear was on defense and Kevin Malast had 7 unassisted tackles.
The Bears will likely be sharper for this one after that poor opening day performance as this is their first preseason home game while the Giants may be more willing to experiment with non starters since they have a home win in their pocket.
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