NFL Betting – New York Giants (7-1) at Philadelphia Eagles (5-3)

December 1, 2010 NFL Football

NFL betting on Sunday is highlighted by the NBC game as the Philadelphia Eagles host the New York Giants.

Week 10 NFL odds have the Eagles about a field goal favorite in this game. Gamblers making football bets have a tough decision on which team to take since the Giants are the defending Super Bowl champs while the Eagles need a win here to stay within striking distance in the NFC East.

NFL betting history doesn’t give gamblers making football bets many clues either. The teams have split their last 10 meetings both straight up and against the NFL betting number. At Philadelphia, it is just as even as the teams have split their last six meetings according to NFL betting numbers. Perhaps looking at the NFL betting total might be the way to go with your football bets. The problem there is that you have conflicting trends as well. The last three meetings between the two teams have gone under the total but the previous four went over. At Philadelphia, the over is 3-2-1 according to NFL betting stats in the last six meetings.

Let’s look at some individual team stats and see if we can find an edge as we make football bets. The Giants have been a great road underdog in recent seasons according to NFL betting numbers. They are 13-5 in that role since 2005 according to NFL betting stats. The Eagles as home chalk are just below .500 during that same time period according to NFL betting stats.

In regards to the NFL betting total we see that Philadelphia has been a good under team at home, going under the total almost 60% of the time the past three seasons. The Giants on the road are just about .500 in terms of over/unders in recent seasons according to NFL betting stats.

This is really a great game to consider on the Week 10 NFL odds board. It is on NBC television and involves two excellent teams.

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