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The New York Giants front office is hoping that their new HC Brian Daboll being a 5x Super Bowl Champion as well as the mastermind behind the recent surge in the Buffalo Bill’s offense will give their struggling franchise the boost it needs to get back to being playoff worthy.
Last season, the Giants went 4-13 and ended up in the NFC East basement, so the entire offseason was spent figuring out ways to improve that roster, including first-round draft pick RUSH Kaybon Thibodeaux whom DC Don Martindale will no doubt use starting on day one.
This should be an exciting 2022 season for this historic football franchise with plenty of chances to place some winnable wagers along the way, so let’s take a look at some of the best sportsbook promo codes for the New York Giants and our top picks for the 2022 season.
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Historically, the New York Giants have won plenty of NFL Championships – 1927, 1934, 1938, and 1956 – and they have won four Super Bowl Championships – Super Bowl XXI in 1986, SBXXV in ’90, SBXLII in ’07, and SBXLVI in ’11) so they know how to go the NFL distance.
The problem is that in the last ten seasons, the Giants have only been to the playoffs once when they came in second place of the NFC East and lost to the Green Bay Packers in the Wild Card playoffs, 13-38, a drought of postseason glory that new HC Brian Daboll hopes to rectify.
He’ll do that with Danny “Dimes” Jones under center, the young hurler who now has rookie Wan’Dale Robinson to target along with 1st year TE Daniel Bellinger, so fans must guess if it’s enough to make this futures bet enticing, though a look at the odds tells you it is unlikely to win.
Use the promo code WSNFULL when you sign up to Caesars Sportsbook and get up to $1,250 in free-bets.
Every once in a long while in the NFL, a young player enters the league with all the expectations of the fanbase on their shoulders the way Penn State standout RB Saquon Barkley’s NY Giant supporters figured this Consensus All-American, 2x Big Ten Offensive POY would be special.
Barkley became the 2018 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year after starting all sixteen games and carrying the ball 261 times for 1,307 yards and 11 TDs along with 91 catches for another 721 yards and 4 more TDs, numbers that would make a veteran jealous let alone a first year player.
That was the last time Barkley was healthy the entire season, and he played in just 13 games last year and in 2019 and just 2 games in 2020 all due to injury, and that becomes the foundation of this bet, whether the gambler believes Barkley can stay healthy the entire 2022.
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This bet seems like it might be a good one this year since during the offseason the team has been rebooted from the top down, though a bit of research will tell you that the New York Giants haven’t had a winning record since they posted an 11-5 season in 2016 and a 9-7 in 2012.
That’s two winning seasons in a decade ever since they were Super Bowl XLVI champs in 2011 with QB Eli Manning under center as their Big Game MVP, so the bar may be low, but the expectations are high in New York as new HC Brian Daboll brings his winning attitude there.
Now in 2022, the NFL teams play 17 games instead of 16 thanks to the most recent Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), so to win this bet the Giants would have to go 9-8 over the course of the season, and the oddsmakers are betting that they will post o/u 7.5 so this bet is risky.
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Since the 2009 season, the New York Giants have been to the playoffs twice, once as a Wild Card contender in 2016 (they lost in the first round) and before that once as the NFC East champs in 2011 when they went on to win Super Bowl XLVI with HC Tom Coughlin leading.
Now they are on their fifth head coach since Coughlin, and they are in the NFC East, a division that is ranked 6th best in the league right now, so it seems entirely possible that they can get to the postseason either by winning their division outright or earning an NFC Wild Card berth.
So Giants fans must decide whether they can make a futures bet like this and root against their team to keep losing so the bet is won, a wager more likely to be made by an enemy, perhaps a Dallas Cowboys or Philly Eagles fan who has no problem wanting New York to lose often.
After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
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