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Arizona Cardinals vs NY Giants 10/20/2019 Odds, Picks and Game Analysis

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Arizona Cardinals vs NY Giants 10/20/2019- The Arizona Cardinals (2-3-1) are knocking on the door of the New York Giants (2-4). In sports betting parlance, the Cardinals are 2-3-1 ATS and 4-2-0 bets on the total, while the Giants are 3-3-0 wagers on the over/under, and 2-4-0 ATS. The Arizona Cardinals are rising from the ashes. They’re gunning for a third straight win versus the New York Giants. It will be an exciting matchup where two rookie quarterbacks square off against each other. The Cardinals were successful in their previous 2 games, and are now widely regarded as underdogs.

Arizona Cardinals vs NY Giants 10/20/2019

When: Sunday, October 20, 2019, 1:00 PM ET
Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
TV: CBS
Stream: NFL Live Stream

Arizona Cardinals vs NY Giants 10/20/2019

Team SP/RL TOTAL ML
Arizona Cardinals +3 (-110) 47.5 o (-116) +125
NY Giants -3 (-110) 47.5 u (-105) -154
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Arizona Cardinals

Even though they’re not on the leaderboards ranking, the Cardinals still manage to produce exciting games. Their fans were delighted by their 34-33 ownage of the Atlanta Falcons. Kyler Murray was all business in that game, going 27/37 with 340 air yards. He was the man of the hour, throwing in 3 TDs and boosting the team’s morale. David Johnson provided the necessary aggressiveness by carrying the ball 12 times. His longest run was 17 yards, and he helped the team gained a total of 34 yards. Oh, and did we say that he connected a touchdown as well? Meanwhile, Larry Fitzgerald made sure the ball was in safe hands by catching it 6 times. He gained 69 receiving yards in the process. The Cardinals had a really good game, running 29 out of 66 plays. They earned a whopping 442 yards, laid down 24 first-downs, and absorbed 8 penalties. The Cardinals seemed to trade offense for defense, however. They allowed their opponents a high completion rate at 83%. The opponent’s 444 yards gained was probably what made it a close game in the first place.

The Cardinals are ranked as an average team that can sometimes produce flashes of brilliance. Their previous game was proof enough of that, minus the lackluster defense. They’ll need to improve on defense to secure more wins and even out their win-loss ratio.

Players to watch: Kyler Murray 238 ATT 153 CMP 1664 YDS 7 TD; David Johnson 76 CAR 298 YDS 3.9 AVG 2 TD 30 REC 315 YDS 10.5 AVG Kyler Murray 39 CAR 238 YDS 6.1 AVG 2 TD; Larry Fitzgerald 35 REC 427 YDS 12.2 AVG 2 TDS; Christian Kirk 24 REC 242 YDS 10.1 AVG 0 TDS; Damiere Byrd 14 REC 156 YDS 11.1 AVG 0 TDS

NY Giants

The New York Giants are picking up the pieces of their previous game. They lost to a 35-14 scoreboard. They were obviously dominated by a faster and more aggressive team. QB Daniel Jones was held down by the opponent’s defense, but he still managed to score 1 TD. He also went 15/31 with 161 air yards and produced 3 interceptions. Jonathan Hillman was TD-less, but he still carried the ball 11 times. His longest run of 10 yards and the total yardage of 38 yards fell short of expectations, however. Golden Tate tried to hold up the receivers’ end with 6 catches. He helped contribute 102 yards, with an average of 17 yards per catch. The Giants ran 16 times out of 48 plays. This is a clear indicator that they’re not well-versed in rushing. They scored 10 first-downs but were pushed back by 5 penalties. Overall, they gained a total of 213 yards. It’s a sad comparison to the opponent’s 427 yards gained. The Giants were hands-off in their defense, allowing the opponent to complete 76% of their attempts.

The Giants need to do more runs. This became obvious in their previous match as they were outgunned by the opponent’s rush tactics. They also need to cover more yards in order to get more chances at scoring.

Players to watch: Daniel Jones 140 ATT 85 CMP 921 YDS 5 TD; Saquon Barkley 37 CAR 237 YDS 6.4 AVG 1 TD; Wayne Gallman 27 CAR 107 YDS 4 AVG 2 TD; Evan Engram 33 REC 373 YDS 11.3 AVG 2 TDS; Sterling Shepard 25 REC 267 YDS 10.7 AVG 1 TDS; Darius Slayton 12 REC 189 YDS 15.8 AVG 1 TDS; Golden Tate 9 REC 115 YDS 12.8 AVG 1 TDS

Arizona Cardinals vs NY Giants Betting Trends

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Arizona Cardinals

The total has gone OVER in 4 of Arizona’s last 6 games on the road
Arizona is 6-3 ATS in its last 9 games when playing NY Giants
The total has gone UNDER in 9 of Arizona’s last 12 games when playing NY Giants
Arizona is 5-1 ATS in its last 6 games when playing on the road against NY Giants
Arizona is 4-17 SU in its last 21 games when playing on the road against NY Giants
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Arizona’s last 5 games when playing on the road against NY Giants

NY Giants

The total has gone UNDER in 4 of NY Giants’s last 5 games at home
NY Giants is 3-6 ATS in its last 9 games when playing Arizona
The total has gone UNDER in 9 of NY Giants’s last 12 games when playing Arizona
NY Giants is 1-5 ATS in its last 6 games when playing at home against Arizona
NY Giants is 17-4 SU in its last 21 games when playing at home against Arizona
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of NY Giants’s last 5 games when playing at home against Arizona

Arizona Cardinals vs NY Giants Betting Picks

Sports betting aficionados have the game surprisingly under the Giants’ wings. They predicted a close 20.9 versus 29.0 scoreboards. The Giants’ win will also cover the spread with a total going under.