New York Giants vs Detroit Lions 10/27/2019 Picks, Predictions and Spread
New York Giants vs Detroit Lions 10/27/2019 – The NY Giants (2-5) will try to flatten the Detroit Lions (2-3-1) as best online betting sites monitor the fair matchup. New York is favored by bettors as 7.5 underdogs. Even the stats on the betting circle isn’t that far off. The Giants are faring at 3-4-0 bet on total with a 2-5-0 ATS. Meanwhile, the Lions are 4-2-0 over/under wagers and 2-3-1 ATS. Let’s see how effective at prediction these betting stats are!
New York Giants vs Detroit Lions 10/27/2019
|When:||Sunday, October 27, 2019, 1:00 PM ET|
|Where:||Ford Field, Detroit, Minnesota|
|Stream:||NFL Live Stream|
New York Giants
The Giants fell short when they succumbed to a 27-21 loss versus the Arizona Cardinals. The players only chipped in average performances. It seemed this was not enough to maintain a bearing on an above-average-performance Cardinals. QB Daniel Jones threw 1 touchdown. He went 22/35 and contributed 223 air yards. He also earned an interception by the end of the matchup. Saquon Barkley was the pace master of the game. Even though he only carried the ball 18 times, he managed to cover 72 yards, averaging 4 yards per play. His long run of 20 yards resulted in 1 rushing touchdown. Golden Tate was the receiving lead, with 6 receptions contributing a total of 80 yards.
The New York Giants held the ball for 65 plays, gaining a below-average 263 yards. With that number of plays, the Giants should have either gained more yards or more points. Their defeat was indicated in their below-average defense. The opponent escaped with a 67% completion rate. The biggest blow to the Giants’ defense, however, was the 38 rushing plays which cost them 156 out of the 245 yards conceded to the opponent. The Giants really need to do something with their 19-point-per-game scoring. They’re ranked as one of the worst scoring teams in the NFL right now. They need to tidy up their defensive loopholes while at the same time beefing up their offense. It’s not going to be an easy task, and it’ll probably take until next season to iron things out.
Players to watch: Daniel Jones (175 ATT 107 CMP 1144 YDS 6 TD 19 CAR 121 YDS 6.4 AVG), Saquon Barkley (55 CAR 309 YDS 5.6 AVG 2 TD), Evan Engram (34 CAR 379 YDS 11.1 AVG 2 TD), Sterling Shepard (25 REC 267 YDS 10.7 AVG 1 TDS), Darius Slayton (14 REC 217 YDS 15.5 AVG 1 TDS), Golden Tate (15 REC 195 YDS 13 AVG 1 TDS)
The Lions were not successful in their matchup versus the Minnesota Vikings, ending up with a 42-30 scoreboard. It was a high-scoring game for both teams. However, the Lions lacked the juice to catch up with the Vikings. QB Matthew Stafford played an exemplary game, with the stats to prove it. He went 30/45 at 364 passing yards and chucked in 4 touchdowns. He also earned an interception for that game. J.D. McKissic did not contribute much in the rushing department. He only possessed the ball 5 times for a total of 29 yards. His long run of 14 yards was not able to net any touchdown. Danny Amendola did slightly better by catching the ball 8 times and ending up with 105 yardages gained.
The Lions pumped out 67 plays and earned 433 yards. However, what they lacked was the conversion of these yards into points. They also lacked a brick-wall defense. For that matchup, they allowed the Vikings to connect 71% of their catch attempts. These can easily be read as potentially converted points, and definitely contributed to the Lions’ loss. The Lions were also powerless to stop 37 rush attempts. All in all, they were conceded a whopping 503 yards. The Lions try to rush whenever they can, but they lack the focus and skill of top-tier teams who can convert their attempts into touchdowns. They need to fix their defense badly. Having their opponent score consistently is like neutralizing whatever gains their plays may have made.
Players to watch: Matthew Stafford 218 ATT 136 CMP 1751 YDS 13 TD Kerryon Johnson 92 CAR 308 YDS 3.3 AVG 2 TD J.D. McKissic 15 CAR 109 YDS 7.3 AVG 0 TD Marvin Jones 30 REC 387 YDS 12.9 AVG 5 TDS Kenny Golladay 25 REC 385 YDS 15.4 AVG 4 TDS Danny Amendola 20 REC 252 YDS 12.6 AVG 1 TDS T.J. Hockenson 18 REC 219 YDS 12.2 AVG 2 TDS
New York Giants vs Detroit Lions Betting Numbers
New York Giants
Giants are 2-6 ATS in their last 8 games.
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of New York’s last 6 games.
New York is 2-8 SU in their last 10 games.
Giants are 12-6 SU in their last 18 games against Detroit.
The total has gone OVER in 5 of Giants’ last 5 games on the road.
New York is 5-1 SU in their last 6 games when playing on the road against Detroit.
Detroit are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games.
The total has gone UNDER in 9 of Lions’ last 13 games.
The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Detroit’s last 6 games against NY Giants.
Detroit is 1-5 SU in their last 6 games at home.
Lions are 1-5 SU in their last 6 games when playing at home against NY Giants.
The total has gone OVER in 4 of Detroit’s last 6 games this season.
New York Giants vs Detroit Lions Betting Picks
Both teams aren’t in rosy spots in the NFL rankings right now. That doesn’t matter to sports betting USA people though. Bettors are counting on a Detroit win with a 15.9 versus 32.9 scoreboard. This will cover the spread with a total going under.