The NFL betting odds weren’t in the New York Giants’ favor a season ago as another year ended in disappointment and turmoil, resulting in yet another regime change.
Joe Judge and Dave Gettleman have been replaced by Brian Daboll and Joe Schoen as head coach and general manager, respectively, both migrating from the Buffalo Bills’ organization.
Following this team provided an opportunity to practice how to bet on football, with both sharks and squares alike generally going against Big Blue. This article will provide NFL betting tips as we look at the Giants’ season odds, props, and futures in 2022.
New York Giants Week 1 Matchup Preview
The Giants are coming off their most losses in a single season in franchise history with 13 and will be challenged immediately when they kick off their 2022 campaign. New York will open the year on the road in Tennessee to take on the Titans for the first time in four years.
Tennessee captured the top seed in the AFC last year and have been installed as 6.5-point favorites in the opener this September. That number could certainly fluctuate as the summer goes along based on injuries and preseason performance, but it should tell you all you need to know about how many view the New York Giants, despite a new coaching staff.
The G-Men have some winnable games on paper over the first five weeks of their schedule, with matchups against Carolina and Chicago at home, but an opener with the Titans doesn’t look promising.
New York Giants Schedule
- Week 1: at Titans
- Week 2: vs. Panthers
- Week 3: vs. Cowboys
- Week 4: vs. Bears
- Week 5: vs. Packers (in London)
- Week 6: vs. Ravens
- Week 7: at Jaguars
- Week 8: at Seahawks
- Week 9: BYE
- Week 10: vs. Texans
- Week 11: vs. Lions
- Week 12: at Cowboys
- Week 13: vs. Commanders
- Week 14: vs. Eagles
- Week 15: at Commanders
- Week 16: at Vikings
- Week 17: vs. Colts
- Week 18: at Eagles
New York Giants Season Props
Not only can you bet on season odds for the New York Giants, but you can also bet on season props. These types of bets look at a certain NFL player’s stats or betting on a specific player to win an award.
Daniel Jones is entering the year as a lame duck QB, but he is seeing action as a potential Comeback Player of the Year candidate with only four other players receiving shorter odds. First year head coach, Brian Daboll, is tied with the fourth-shortest odds to win the Coach of the Year award.
Perhaps the best chance at nabbing one of these postseason honors should go to Kayvon Thibodeaux, however. The first-round pick out of Oregon is the second betting favorite to win Defensive Rookie of the Year.
New York Giants 2022 Season Odds
Giants 2022 Super Bowl Odds
Betting on the Giants to win the Super Bowl will take guts. But it would also pay out handsomely if the longshots pull it off.
New York is tied with the Panthers, Jaguars, and Jets at +13000 to win the Lombardi Trophy and ahead of just the Lions, Seahawks, Bears, Falcons, and Texans.
The Giants’ last Super Bowl victory came in 2011 against the Patriots; coincidentally, their last playoff win overall as well.
New York Giants Playoff Odds
Before they can win the whole thing, they have to qualify for the playoff tournament. It won’t be an easy road for a rebuilding team with an uncertain situation under center beyond this season, and the odds reflect that.
Oddsmakers have pegged the Giants at +225 to make the playoffs, which would snap a streak of five consecutive seasons where they have failed to qualify.
New York Giants NFC East Odds
According to the experts, the NFC East is a two-horse race between the Cowboys (+130) and the Eagles (+160). Both made the playoffs last year and have expectations to build off where they ended up.
The Giants, meanwhile, are the underdogs in the division, listed at +900 to capture the NFC East crown.
New York Giants NFC Championship Odds
Once again, only Detroit, Chicago, Seattle, and Atlanta have longer odds than the Giants in this particular Future bet opportunity. The G-Men and Panthers are both listed at +6000 to win their conference.
The last two times they won the NFC Championship, they would go on to win the Super Bowl, dethroning Tom Brady and New England on each occasion.