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Dallas Cowboys At New York Giants Picks & Betting Predictions

Dallas Cowboys At New York Giants Picks & Betting Predictions

This is the second meeting of the year between the Dallas Cowboys and New York Giants. In their previous matchup, Dallas won by 24 points as Dak Prescott threw for 302 yards and three touchdowns at home. Since then, the offense for the Cowboys has fallen off as they are struggling to even get into the end zone a few times a game.

Meanwhile, the Giants have not scored 30 points in a game since Week 5 of the 2020 season, which was coincidentally against Dallas. Daniel Jones will not play in this game as he deals with a neck injury and they will likely be without rookie receiver Kadarius Toney once again. Can the Giants find a way to keep this game close and potentially upset the Cowboys? That remains to be seen.

To get you ready for this NFC East matchup, here is everything you need to know from an NFL betting perspective along with our NFL picks going into Week 15.

Take a look at Cowboys vs Giants odds, injury report, betting lines and more.


Cowboys vs. Giants Matchups

Cowboys LT Terence Steele vs. Giants LB Azeez Ojulari: Steele will be filling in for the injured Tyron Smith and will have his hands full against one of the NFL’s best rookie pass rushers.

Giants LT Andrew Thomas vs. Cowboys DE Randy Gregory: The Cowboys have a ton of pass rushers, but Gregory could give the Giants the most problems on Sunday.

Giants WR Kenny Golladay vs. Cowboys CB Trevon Diggs: Golladay has seen 20 targets over the last three games. But he’ll be covererd by Diggs in Week 15, who did not allow a reception to Golladay in the previous meeting.


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Cowboys vs. Giants Stats

10-3: The Cowboys are 10-3 ATS in their previous 13 games.

17.8: The Giants have the No. 27 scoring offense in the NFL, averaging only 17.8 points per game.

8-1: The Cowboys are 8-1 in their last nine games against the Giants.

6-1: The Giants are 6-1 ATS in their last seven games against NFC East opponents.

27: The Cowboys have forced 27 turnovers this season, second-most in the NFL.


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Cowboys vs. Giants Moneyline

The Cowboys haven’t been quite right since Dak Prescott injured his calf against the Patriots in Week 6. However, their defense has really stepped up over the last few weeks as they’ve created eight total turnovers in their last two games.

Against another backup quarterback, the Cowboys should win this game despite playing on the road. However, they are up to -556 on the moneyline on some betting sites. That’s just too risky of a bet for a road divisional game. For that reason, pass on the moneyline in favor of the point spread.

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Cowboys vs. Giants Point Spread

Dallas has been exceptional against the spread this season, going 10-3. They’ve also had a ton of success against the Giants, winning eight of their previous nine games and covering the spread in seven of those contests.

However, they are 11.5-point favorites here on the road and that feels like too many points. It’s one of the few NFL spreads this week that feels a bit too high. Dallas’ offense has really struggled over the last few weeks and they will be missing All-Pro left tackle Tyron Smith in this contest.

They still should score in the mid-20s, but that’s not likely to be enough to cover this spread. Look for the Cowboys to win, but take the Giants to cover the +11.5 (-110) spread on PointsBet or on your favorite betting sites.

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Cowboys vs. Giants Totals

The total for this game is set at 44.5 points across nearly all sportsbooks. That isn’t surprising considering how much each offense has struggled over the last month.

The Giants are averaging just 17.8 points per game and they will be forced to start Mike Glennon at quarterback once again. However, we are now seeing reports that Jake Fromm could see some action as well. Don’t expect either offense to light up the scoreboard, as this is likely a 24-14 type of game in New York. Take the Under 44.5 (-110) on BetMGM in this NFC East matchup.

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About the Author

Marcus Mosher for Bookies.com
Marcus Mosher
Marcus Mosher covers the NFL for Bookies.com. The managing editor of The Raiders Wire is also a contributor to The Athletic DFW, Pro Football Weekly and FanSided.