Pay per Head Agents: Giants vs. Eagles game analysis

New York Giants vs. Philadelphia EaglesLately, the Giants were no match at all for the Eagles, as the Philadelphia team won 9 out of their last 12 games, and now they’re 9-3 ATS. But pay per head agents saw that after the Giants’ slow start, they ended up winning three consecutive games. On Sunday night, the Giants are set to take on the Eagles at the Lincoln Financial Field in their 165th meeting.

Plenty of sportsbooks opened the betting line with the Eagles as the favorites by three points, and 50 was the total.

For the Giants, the season started both ATS and straight up at 0-2. However, now that they were able to win their last 3 games both ATS and SU, they look like something else. The season for the Giants opened with losses to the Lions and the Cardinals, and they were able to score 28 points, as New York took a different route with their offense. However, since then, the Giants recorded 105 points when they took out the Texans, the Redskins, and the Falcons, impressing many fans along the way.

Four interceptions and three TD passes were thrown by QB Eli Manning in those first two meetings. Many fans saw that on his last three, the player only threw one pick and eight TD passes.

Philadelphia was just able to take out the Rams 34-28, but the score turned out to be somewhat deceiving as the Eagles had a lead of 34-14 when the game moved to the fourth quarter. This season, Philadelphia made it to the 30-point mark in four out of five meetings, as well as seven of the team’s last ten that go back to last season. When it came to their offense, the Eagles were having trouble, especially with QB Nick Foles, but the team got help from other places, as the special teams and defense were able to combine and score seven TD’s. Pay per head agents believe that the Eagles will again prove to be a real threat if they can get their offense going, and so do their fans.

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