The New York Football Giants are among the foundational clubs of the National Football League. Founded in 1925 by the Mara family, the "Big Blue" has won four Super Bowl victories in 1987, 1992, 2008, and 2012. Legendary players to suit up for the New York Giants include quarterbacks Y.A. Tittle and Eli Manning, running back Frank Gifford, and linebacker Lawrence Taylor.
The club's winning tradition has been in jeopardy over the last several years. The Giants did not win a playoff game for the remainder of the 2010s and have struggled to contend in the NFC East despite the division's lack of Super Bowl favorites. When will another championship-caliber New York Giants team take the field in East Rutherford?
New York Giants Odds to Win the Super Bowl
The Giants were already longshots in odds to win the Super Bowl entering the season, and early season struggles don’t help the cause. New York’s odds ballooned from +6500 to +28000 after the Week 3, and that might still be a bit kind for this team. It’s a giant longshot New York is even going to make the playoffs given the schedule ahead, so the Giants winning the Super Bowl is unthinkable.
Betting New York Giants Futures
Team Futures Odds
The horrid nature of the NFC East is the only reason the Giants still have decent odds at winning the division. New York is still the clear fourth choice in the NFC East, but their odds would be much worse if there was more confidence in the team atop the division. New York is already in a bad spot in the NFC East after dropping a division game that it should have won, so that should also swing the odds away from the Giants.
Giants Player Award Odds
The Giants entered the season with very few contenders for individual awards on the roster. That part hasn’t changed with more well-known names like Saquon Barkley and Kenny Golladay struggling. The one standout for New York has been quarterback Daniel Jones, who has performed well given the circumstances around him this season.
He’s thrown two touchdowns without tossing an interception, and he’s also rushed for two touchdowns while leading the Giants in rushing yards. Jones is making a lot of good decisions and even more good throws, but drops have cost the Giants and Jones a lot this season. Obviously, Jones won’t be named MVP if New York doesn’t start winning football games, but he is no doubt the Giants’ best chance at an individual award with 500-1 MVP odds touchdowns will take care of themselves.