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Through the 35 games since Daniel Jones was named starting QB, his New York Giants went a pitiable 10-25 SU (a .286 winning percentage, or about 5 wins in a 17-game season). The Giants are an expected 17-18 ATS in the D. Jones Era and the under in these games was 21-14…

New York Giants Betting News for January 2022

NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah Projects These Two Players to Giants in Round 1 of Latest Mock Draft

NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah Projects These Two Players to Giants in Round 1 of Latest Mock Draft

There are less than 100 days until the NFL draft. The draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah has N.C. State's Ikem Ekwonu going to the Giants at No. 5 and Utah's Devin Lloyd at pick No 7.

Jan 24si.com
Giants Rumors: Patrick Graham Interested in Remaining DC If He's Not Named HC

Giants Rumors: Patrick Graham Interested in Remaining DC If He's Not Named HC

Patrick Graham is interviewing for the New York Giants head coaching position. If he doesn't get the job, he's interested in remaining as the team's defensive coordinator. Graham declined the opportunity to interview for New Jersey Jets' head coach position last year.

Jan 23bleacherreport.com
Giants interview Bengals D coordinator Anarumo for new coach

Giants interview Bengals D coordinator Anarumo for new coach

Giants interview Cincinnati Bengals defensive coordinator Lou Anarumo for the head coaching job. Anrumo is the third candidate interviewed. The Giants fired coach Joe Judge two days after the regular season ended.   . He was 4-13 this past season and 10-23 in two years.

Jan 23foxsports.com
N.Y. Giants coaching search: Brian Daboll and Brian Flores are early favorites

N.Y. Giants coaching search: Brian Daboll and Brian Flores are early favorites

Brian Daboll and Brian Flores are early favorites to become the next New York Giants head coach. Joe Schoen led virtual interviews with Dabsoll, Frazier and three other candidates within 24 hours of getting the job. The Giants can't hire a coach until they conduct an in-person interview with a minority.

Jan 23theathletic.com
Giants coaching search, Day 3: Bengals coordinator with ties to Joe Schoen interviewing, Bills’ Brian Daboll, Leslie Frazier chat ahead of playoff game

Giants coaching search, Day 3: Bengals coordinator with ties to Joe Schoen interviewing, Bills’ Brian Daboll, Leslie Frazier chat ahead of playoff game

Joe Schoen was hired as the new Giants general manager on Friday. The head coach search continues on Sunday.

Jan 23nj.com
Giants GM Joe Schoen's to-do list: Hire coach plus five other priorities

Giants GM Joe Schoen's to-do list: Hire coach plus five other priorities

Joe Schoen's first order of business as general manager of the Giants is to find a head coach. He wants to work in lockstep with someone who can create a collaborative environment for the football operations.

Jan 22newsday.com
SF Giants: Three Right Handed Power Hitting Outfield Targets

SF Giants: Three Right Handed Power Hitting Outfield Targets

Kevin Pillar is a player who made an impact when the Giants traded for him early in 2019. He was also seen as an Iron Man as he rarely took days off.

Jan 22aroundthefoghorn.com
Daniel Jeremiah mock draft 1.0: Ikem Ekwonu is quickly becoming a consensus pick for the Giants

Daniel Jeremiah mock draft 1.0: Ikem Ekwonu is quickly becoming a consensus pick for the Giants

The first 24 picks in the 2022 NFL Draft are set. The order of just eight more teams will be decided in coming weeks. Daniel Jeremiah of the NFL Network released his first mock draft of this cycle on Friday. He follows a familiar pattern for the New York Giants. Joe Schoen was hired as the Giants' general manager.

Jan 22bigblueview.com
Giants Urged to Sign Bears Guard James Daniels

Giants Urged to Sign Bears Guard James Daniels

Joe Schoen is the new Giants GM. He has a lot of work to do on the offensive line. Andrew Thomas impressed in his second season. Nick Gates is injured and uncertain about his future. Matt Peart failed to beat out Nate Solder for the right tackle position. Billy Price is also a free agent. PFF recommends Schooen to sign Chicago Bears guard James Daniels.   . The Giants have a left tackle, a center and two guards.

Jan 22heavy.com

New York Giants Game Schedule 2022: (20 games)

Saturday, 14 Aug: New York Jets vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

Sunday, 29 Aug: New England Patriots vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

Sunday, 03 Oct: New York Giants vs New Orleans Saints at Caesars Superdome

Sunday, 10 Oct: New York Giants vs Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium

Sunday, 07 Nov: Las Vegas Raiders vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

Sunday, 28 Nov: Philadelphia Eagles vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

Sunday, 02 Jan: New York Giants vs Chicago Bears at Soldier Field

Sunday, 09 Jan: Washington Football Team vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

Sunday, 22 Aug: New York Giants vs Cleveland Browns at FirstEnergy Stadium

Thursday, 16 Sep: New York Giants vs Washington Football Team at FedExField

Sunday, 17 Oct: Los Angeles Rams vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

Sunday, 24 Oct: Carolina Panthers vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

Monday, 01 Nov: New York Giants vs Kansas City Chiefs at Geha Field at Arrowhead Stadium

Monday, 22 Nov: New York Giants vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium

Sunday, 05 Dec: New York Giants vs Miami Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium

Sunday, 12 Dec: New York Giants vs Los Angeles Chargers at SoFi Stadium

Sunday, 26 Dec: New York Giants vs Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field

Sunday, 19 Dec: Dallas Cowboys vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

Sunday, 12 Sep: Denver Broncos vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

Sunday, 26 Sep: Atlanta Falcons vs New York Giants at MetLife Stadium

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The New York Giants

We’ll do the historical rundown momentarily, but as this is NFLbets, we’ll start with a betting-centric angle on the ever-lucrative New York Giants. Here’s a tip: If there’s no clear favorite to take the NFC, hedge with the New York Giants. In each of the team’s five Super Bowl appearance, only the Super Bowl XXI team (the 1986 Giants) had been favored to win the NFC. Further, in the *four* instances in which the Giants were underdogs – at +6½ against the BIlls in XXV, +3 against the Ravens in XXXV, -12 against the Patriots in XLIV, -3 against the Patriots in XLVI – the Giants won outright for upset victories. O, and each time they’d been underdogs in the NFC Championship Game, too.

And just because the phrase “New York Giants” doesn’t exactly conjure up images of domination for a decade or even a single season of all-time great proportions, but the truth is that this team has a history of winning while the rest of the league naps. The Giants’ eight NFL titles are topped only by the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears; their 32 playoff appearances are equaled by only the Packers and Dallas Cowboys; and with the second Super Bowl win over the Patriots, the Giants became the fourth member of the four-Lombardi club, along with storied franchises such as Green Bay, Dallas, the Pittsburgh Steelers and the San Francisco 49ers.

First playing in the NFL in 1925, the New York Giants didn’t take long to start winning, putting together an 11-1 regular season in ’27 and winning their first NFL title. The Giants rose the level of perpetual title threat in the 30s under head coach Steve Owen. Over 24 seasons spanning from 1930 to ’53, Owen’s Giants were good for a cumulative 153-100-17 record, a .605 winning percentage; in those two dozen years, the Giants played in 10 championship games, though only winning two.

The New York teams of the mid-1950s to early 60s typically included a fair share of All-Pros and future Hall of Famers, led by RB Frank Gifford most years. The Giants played in six title games between 1956 and ’63 while four times winning 10 or more of the 14 regular-season games, but only the relatively unheralded ’56 Giants would win a title after going 8-3-1 in the regular season.

The Super Bowl era for a few reasons were unkind to the Giants from 1965 and straight through the 70s. In these 15 years, the Giants managed just two seasons of better than .500 winning percentage and suffered four seasons of two wins or fewer. The franchise turned around in the 1980s, however, building a powerhouse on both sides of the ball with notables like Phil Simms, Joe Morris and only one of the greatest to ever play the game, Lawrence Taylor, coached by Bill Parcells. These Giants won two Super Bowls – including the upset over the Buffalo Bills’ revolutionary offense which was deftly neutralized by New York defensive coordinator Bill Belichick – and made five playoff runs between 1985 and ’90.

And sure, the 15-year period following Parcells’s departure was OK enough for Giants fans, but most lifelong diehards will forever look upon the era of Tom Coughlin and Eli Manning as the team’s finest ever. Between 2005 and ’11, Coughlin’s Giants made the playoffs five times and took those two wins over the Patriots in the big game. A pair of oddities about those teams: All six of the Coughlin/Manning Giants’ playoff wins came in the team’s championship runs; also, the Coughlin/Manning Giants were 3-2 against the Belichick/Brady Patriots while the rest of the league was 76-228.

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