New York Giants Betting Odds for 2020
- Total Wins Over/Under- 6.5
- Conference Odds – 22-1
- Super Bowl Odds- 50-1
The New York Giants received their franchise in 1925 and is one of the longest running franchise on the east coast. Tim Mara purchased the NFL license for $500 and later put another $25,000 into the program to add life to it.
The fact that it was in New York City added value and fans rather soon as the first yer more than 70,000 fans came out to see the Giants play the Chicago Bears at the Polo Grounds. Chicago had just signed Red Grange.
The team has eight NFL championships along with four before the beginning of the Super Bowl. The New York Giants won the Super Bowl in 1986, 1990, 2007 and 2011. The team has placed 29 players in the National Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
Front Office Personnel
- John K. Mara, Esq. – President and Chief Executive Officer
- Steve Tisch – Chairman and Executive Vice President
- Dave Gettleman – Senior Vice President and General Manager
- Joe Judge – Head Coach
Single Season Record Holders
- Rushing Yardage 3,850 Tiki Barber
- Passing Yardage 4933 Eli Manning
- Receiving Yardage 1,536 Victor Cruz
- Ray Flaherty 1 1928–35
- Tuffy Leemans 4 1936–43
- Mel Hein 7 1931–45
- Eli Manning 10 2004–19
- Phil Simms 11 1979–93
- Ward Cuff 14 1937–45
- A. Tittle 14 1961–64
- Frank Gifford 16 1952–64
- Al Blozis 32 1942–44
- Joe Morrison 40 1959–72
- Charlie Conerly 42 1948–61
- Michael Strahan 92 1993-2007
- Ken Strong 50 1936–47
- Lawrence Taylor 56 1981–93
New York Giants Betting- Looking at the Numbers
Quarterback Daniel Jones returns for his second season and has a new coach in Joe Judge. The Giants brass was thrilled with the rookie year that Jones contributed.
Saquon Barkely returns to carry the ball and if healthy he could be a strong contributor along with receivers Darius Slayton, Golden Tate and Sterling Shpard. This team could get over the six win mark.
Regular Season Schedule