Green Bay Packers

Green Bay Packers

Green Bay Packers at New York Giants

VS December 1, 2019 MetLife Stadium Match Day Forecast: 46°F, Showers
New York Giants

New York Giants

 Packers at Giants Odds

SPREAD
Packers


-6.5

-105

-6.5
-110

-6.5
-110

-6.5
-110

-6.5
-110


-6.5

-110

Giants


+6.5

-105

+6.5
-110

+6.5
-110

+6.5
-110

+6.5
-110

+6.5
-110


O/U
Over


O 45.5

-110

O 45.5
-110


O 45.5
-110

O 46
-110

O 45.5
-110



O 45.5

-110


Under


U 45.5

-110

U 45.5
-110


U 45.5
-110

U 46
-110

U 45.5
-110



U 45.5

-110



Moneyline
Packers


-303


-278


-320


-300


-278


-300

Giants


+240


+220


+270


+250


+220


+240

Green Bay Packers odds

When Pro Bowl receiver Davante Adams missed four games with a toe injury, the
Green Bay Packers were second in scoring with 32.5 points per game. Adams
returned three weeks ago, but the Packers have scored a not-so-grand total of 43
points the past three games, including one touchdown apiece in ugly West Coast
losses to the Chargers and 49ers. Adams has seven catches in each of those
games, but he topped 45 yards only once, with 118 against the Panthers in Week
10. Meanwhile, Aaron Jones garnered a total of 21 carries for 68 yards in the losses
in California. While Jones is tied for second in the NFL with 11 rushing scores, he
hasn't scored on the ground in five of the last six games.

New York Giants Odds

Life hasn’t been easy for New York Giants rookie quarterback Daniel Jones. The
sixth pick of the draft has had to deal with a revolving door of receivers, and tight end
Evan Engram (foot) and wideout Golden Tate (concussion) are both banged up. A
running game is a young quarterback’s best friend, but running back Saquon Barkley
has averaged 2.77 yards per carry in five games since returning from an ankle injury,
with no games better than a 4.0 average. Jones' turnovers, however, might be the
Giants’ biggest problem. He’s thrown eight interceptions and lost 10 of his 14
fumbles in 10 games, putting him second in the NFL in turnovers behind only Tampa
Bay’s Jameis Winston (24 in 11 games).