NFL Betting Preview on New York Giants and New England

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  • New York Giants -3 Points Spread at Evens with BetVictor
  • New England Patriots -8 Points Spread at 21/20 with bet365
  • Seahawks @ Cardinals – Under 42.5 Points at 11/10 with SkyBet

Week 6 of the NFL regular season brought with it a few notable headlines, with the biggest arguably Steelers Quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger’s knee injury, which has required surgery since.

Elsewhere the Cardinals defensive line, limited the Jets to just a field goal in an excellent 28-3 victory, while the Bills thrashed the 49’ers 45-16.

New York Giants @ Los Angeles Rams (2:30pm Sunday)

The Giants and the Rams make history on Sunday afternoon, in the first ever NFL game to be played at Twickenham, the home of the English Rugby Union team.

The Giants overcame a tough Ravens side last week by four points, thanks to Odell Beckham Jnr’s 220 yard pass completion, although their running game was lacking. The Rams lost narrowly to the Lions, but the Californians will take a better offensive performance away from the match. They need to limit mistakes that once again littered their performance. Giants to win a tight match.


New England Patriots @ Pittsburgh Steelers (9:25pm Sunday)

The Patriots visit the Steelers with both sides leading their respective divisions and looking to tighten their grip on top spot.

The Pats comfortably beat the Bengals by 18 points last week, as Tom Brady returned to the sided with three touchdown passes and over 375 total yards. The Steelers struggled to a 15 point defeat at the Dolphins, but the bigger loss was the Roethlisberger injury, with no timescale on his return at the time of writing. The loss of the Steelers key-man is only going to make it a tougher assignment for Pittsburgh. New England to win comfortably here.


Seattle Seahawks @ Arizona Cardinals (1:30am Monday)

A battle between two AFC West sides takes place in the early hours of Monday, as the Seahawks visit the Cardinals.

The Seahawks beat the free scoring Falcons by 2 points last week, with a decent performance from the Seattle defence line, just about getting the job done. The Cardinals not only beat the woeful Jets. but limited them to just three points, as they made it two wins in a row. Expect the defenses of both sides to be on top in this one, with a low scoring game.