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In today’s NJBetting.com feature, you will learn everything you need to know about New York Giants odds in New Jersey, including the current status of the team, how to wager on the New York Giants in New Jersey, and much more.

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One of only five teams to join the NFL for the 1925 season, the New York Giants are the only one of them to remain in the NFL today. As one of the oldest franchises in American professional sports, the Giants have a history dating back nearly 100 years that continues to live on to this day.

With their 100th season on the horizon, the Giants have struggled as of late to keep up with their storied history. Dating back to the 2012 season, the Giants have made the playoffs just twice, winning one playoff game over that span (2022). Last season, the Giants finished their regular season with a record of just 6-11 to finish third in the NFL East, struggling to maintain consistency.

The season was especially disappointing given that it followed a 2022 campaign that saw their first playoff win since their 2011 Super Bowl appearance. The 2022 season was also a notable one in that head coach Brian Daboll became the first Giants coach since Dan Reeves (1993) to win the NFL’s Coach of the Year award. With the 2023-24 NFL offseason in full swing, Daboll is slated to return, as he brings back stars Daniel Jones (QB), Darren Waller (TE), Darius Slayton (WR), Kayvon Thibodeaux (LB), and Tre Hawkins III (CB), amongst others.

How to wager on the New York Giants on a sports betting app in New Jersey

With 16 online sportsbooks currently operating in the state of New Jersey, residents of The Garden State have no shortage of options when it comes to getting involved in the action. Let’s take a quick look at how you can get involved with an online sportsbook in New Jersey as soon as today.

  1. Get Bonus: Using any of the 16 available NJ sportsbooks, find the one that works best for you based on the reviews right here at BettingNJ.com. At the top of each review, you will find a “Get Bonus” link that will give you the best welcome offer currently available. Follow the link to have the best welcome offer promotion automatically applied to your new account.
  2. Sign Up for NJ Online Sportsbook: After following step #1, the online sportsbook’s welcome offer will be applied to your account behind the scenes. Continue following the sign-up prompts which will include entering information such as username and password, email address, first and last name, home address, phone number, and lastly, the last four digits of your social security number.
  3. Check the Boxes: Each of the 16 online sportsbooks in New Jersey will have a set of terms and conditions and privacy policies you must agree to before confirming your account. Check all of the boxes that are required, including any optional marketing checkboxes you see fit, to confirm your account once and for all.
  4. Payment Options: Now that you have confirmed your new online sportsbook account, choose one of the nearly two dozen payment options available to you to deposit funds. Thanks to the backing of the State of NJ and oversight provided by the NJ Division of Gaming Enforcement, you will be able to use mainstream payment options such as Bank Transfer, Debit Card, Venmo, PayPal, and more.
  5. Wager on the New York Giants: With your account confirmed and funds in your account, the time has come to finally bet on the New York Giants. Find the “All Sports” section of the sportsbook and navigate to “Football” > “NFL.” If the season is in play, you will be able to see all of the New York Giants betting options straight away. If it's the offseason, navigate to the “Futures” section to see Futures involving the Giants and others.

Which types of wagers are there for the New York Giants?

If you are a New York Giants fan living in New Jersey and have yet to place a wager on sports, you might be wondering what type of wagers are available to you. Fear not, as we here at BettingNJ.com have you covered with the most basic types of wagers to bet on the New York Giants.

  • Point Spread: A point spread is a number set by an oddsmaker that is the expected number of points a team is forecasted to win (or lose) by. With key numbers in NFL betting being 3, 7, and 10, teams with a negative sign next to their point spread are the favorite while a positive indicates the underdog (expected loser).

Example: New York Giants (+6.5) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (-6.5). In this scenario, the Eagles are expected to win the game by 6.5 points. In order for New York Giants bettors to cash their tickets, they have to lose the game by less than seven points or win outright.

  • Moneyline: Like all major sports league betting, you can wager on the money line in NFL betting, including on the New York Giants. Simply said, a money line wager is one on which team will win the game, at the given odds.

Example: New York Giants (+200) vs. Kansas City Chiefs (-220). In this scenario, the Giants are 2/1 underdogs to beat the Chiefs. If the Giants can pull off the upset, a $100 bettor would win $300 ($100 risked + $200 won) in total.

  • Total: Referred to as an “Over/Under” to some NFL sports bettors, a total is the number set by an oddsmaker for how many points, in total, will be scored in a game. The final total of the game is arrived at by combining the scores of both teams in the game.

Example: New York Giants vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (O/U 39.5). In this scenario, if the Giants and Steelers combine to score more than 39 points, no matter who wins, the “Over” bettors are winners. An example of a score that would be good enough for an “Over” is Giants 21 Steelers 20 (41 points) or Giants 14 Steelers 28 (42 points).

  • Futures: In the NFL offseason, and throughout the season between weeks, oddsmakers will set an NFL Futures market. As the name implies, you are betting on the future outcome of a season-long wager such as the number of regular season wins, who will win each Division/Conference, who will win the Super Bowl, and certain NFL Awards such as NFL MVP.

Example: New York Giants to Win the NFC Conference (+2500). In this scenario, if the Giants were able to make their way through the NFC Playoffs and make the Super Bowl, a $100 bettor would win $2,600 ($100 risked + $2,500).

Do the New York Giants have any partnerships with sportsbooks?

In September 2020, as legalized sports betting was sweeping across the country, DraftKings Sportsbook NJ locked in an exclusive sportsbook partnership with the New York Giants. Covering both sports betting and daily fantasy sports, DraftKings was given access to the team’s trademarks, as well as logos to use in promotional advertisements.

At the Giant’s MetLife Stadium, DraftKings Sportsbook also was given naming rights to their virtual sports lounge on game days. With signage throughout the stadium, in addition to owning exclusive rights to the lounge, DraftKings Sportsbooks NJ became the preferred sportsbooks of Giants in NJ and fans across the country.

Ways to watch or stream the New York Giants in New Jersey?

Unlike other New Jersey sports teams that broadcast most of their games on regional sports networks, the New York Giants play on the local Fox or CBS affiliate every week. When not playing on FOX or CBS, ABC, ESPN, NBC, NFL Network, and Amazon Prime will broadcast the game.

If you are one of the millions of Americans who have cut the cord on traditional cable services, there are a few streaming services you have to choose from. All of which covers the aforementioned networks, you can stream the New York Giants in New Jersey on DIRECTV STREAM, FuboTV, Hulu+ Live TV, Sling TV, and YouTube TV. 

Where do the New York Giants play?

Located in the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, the Giants’ MetLife Stadium is at 1 MetLife Stadium Drive, East Rutherford, NJ 07073. Breaking ground in September of 2007, MetLife Stadium officially opened its doors on April 10, 2010.

Coming in with a price tag of $1.6 billion, MetLife Stadium hosts not just New York Giants games, but international soccer matches, concerts, and much more. With a regular capacity of 82,500 for Giants games, the record attendance is 89,106 which was for an Ed Sheeran concert in August 2012.

MetLife Stadium made news in early 2024 when it was announced that the 2026 FIFA World Cup Final would be hosted there. With the recently laid UBU Speed S5-M surface and four massive big-screen monitors, MetLife Stadium continues to be one of the most modern stadiums on the planet.

How do I get tickets to see the New York Giants play?

Whether you live in New Jersey or are coming to the Garden State to see the New York Giants play, you have a few options when it comes to securing tickets. Let’s take a quick look at a few of the ways, both indirect and direct, that you can get tickets to see the New York Giants play.



  • SeatGeek
  • StubHub
  • Vivid Seats
  • Ticketmaster
  • Gametime
  • TickPick

History of the New York Giants

With four Super Bowls to their name, the New York “Football” Giants have one of the more storied histories in all of football. Starting with their founding, let’s take a closer look at the history of the New York Giants.

  • 1925: On October 4, 1925, the New York Giants played their first game against the All New Britain in New Britain, CT. Winning 26-0, the Giants would go on to finish their first season in the NFL with a record of 8-4.
  • 1927: In their third season as a franchise, the New York Giants would finish the regular season with a record of 11-1-1 on their way to their first-ever NFL Championship.
  • 1928: After a fall back to earth the following season, team owner Tim Mara purchased the Detroit Wolverines franchise and merged the two teams while keeping the Giants name.
  • 1934: In one of the more memorable NFL Championship games, known as the “Sneaker Game” played in icy conditions, the Giants beat the Chicago Bears to win their second NFL Championship.
  • 1938: For the third time in their history, the New York Giants would win yet another NFL Championship, this time beating the Green Bay Packers 23-17 in a tightly contested game.
  • 1956: After nearly two decades of falling short, the New York Giants returned to the NFL Championship in 1956, the first year they played in Yankee Stadium in the Bronx. Led by future Hall of Famers Sam Huff (LB), and Frank Gifford (RB), the Giants would beat the Chicago Bears in dominant fashion, winning 47-7 at Yankee Stadium.
  • 1983: The team’s defensive coordinator at the time, the Giants made the fateful decision to promote Bill Parcells to head coach. He would go on to be one of the most iconic coaches in NFL history and lead the Giants back to the promised land in short order.
  • 1986: After mediocre seasons in 1984 and 1985, the Giants finished the 1986 regular season with a record of 14-2 behind all-time great and league MVP Lawrence Taylor. Beating up on the San Francisco 49ers (49-3) and Washington Redskins (17-0) to win the NFC, the Giants were then pit against the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XXI. Quarterback Phil Simms rose to the occasion and then some, as the Giants beat the Broncos 39-20 to claim their first Super Bowl of the modern era.
  • 1990: Going 13-3 in the regular season, the 1990 New York Giants set an NFL record for the fewest turnovers in a regular season with just 14. Beating the San Francisco Giants in the NFC Championship 15-13, they would then beat the Buffalo Bills 20-19 to win their second Super Bowl in four years.
  • 2007: After a 17-year drought, the New York Giants returned to the Super Bowl behind head coach Tom Coughlin and stud quarterback Eli Manning. Beating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dallas Cowboys, and Green Bay Packers in the NFC Conference Playoffs, the Giants were then pitted against the 18-0 New England Patriots. After a back-and-forth defensive battle, the Giants prevailed 17-14 in part thanks to the infamous “Manning to Tyree” helmet catch late in the game.
  • 2011: After a lackluster regular season, the Giants would need a Week 17 win over the Cowboys to clinch the NFL East and a spot in the postseason. After getting that win, the Giants would then beat the Atlanta Falcons, Green Bay Packers, and San Francisco 49ers to once again return to a Super Bowl. Again, they would face the New England Patriots, and again they would prevail winning 21-17 as Eli Manning would take Super Bowl XLVI MVP.

Yes, as the first state outside of Nevada to legalize sports betting, in June of 2018, betting on the New York Giants in New Jersey has long been legal. Signed into law on June 11, 2018, by Governor Phil Murphy, the Garden State is a hot bet for sports betting in the northeast of the United States. 

As one of the most popular teams in New Jersey, betting on the New York Giants was popular from the start, as fans all over the state rushed to bet on their favorite team. Flashforward to today, and there are 16 legal online sportsbooks in New Jersey including FanDuel, DraftKings, Caesars, BetRivers, BetMGM, Bet365, Tipico, Superbook, Betway, Borgata, Unibet, PointsBet, ESPN Bet, betParx, Hard Rock, and Golden Nugget.


What should I know about the New York Giants roster before placing a bet?

Before you place a bet on the New York Giants, you should know who on their roster is healthy and who is not. Also, in terms of the 2024 New York Giants, you should know that their running back room is amongst the most shallow in the NFL.

How do injuries impact the New York Giants' betting odds?

Oddsmakers at sportsbooks in New Jersey assign a point spread value to every player on the New York Giants roster before making a number. Injuries impact the betting odds by fluctuating that number, and the odds attached, up or down based on who is healthy (and who is not).

What are the trends in New York Giants' game outcomes for betting analysis?

In 2023, the New York Giants were one of the best teams in the NFL against the point spread (ATS) when at home at MetLife Stadium. To finish the regular season in 2023, the Giants were 71.4% ATS winners at home.

How can I stay updated on New York Giants news for informed betting?

You can stay updated on New York Giants news for informed betting by following the team’s beat writers on Twitter (X). Another great way to stay informed is to follow blogs that exclusively cover the New York Giants every week of the year.

What are the common mistakes to avoid when betting on the New York Giants?

A common mistake to avoid when betting on the New York Giants is not remaining objective on their chances of winning if you are a fan. Oftentimes, fans of teams subjectively choose when to bet on them, because they have a biased outlook on the team’s chances for success.