The New York Giants engineered an impressive come-from-behind victory over the Packers in London last week. Despite that, the 4-1 Giants enter as underdogs in the betting odds for their Week 6 matchup at home with Baltimore.
The New York Giants continued their impressive start to the 2022 season by rallying from a two-score deficit to grab a win against the Green Bay Packers. The Giants improved to 3-0 all-time playing in London, and denied Green Bay a win in its first trip overseas. Despite that, the Giants find themselves as underdogs in the betting odds for their Week 6 contest against the Ravens.
The Baltimore Ravens topped their AFC North division rivals, the Cincinnati Bengals, thanks to a game-winning field goal from Justin Tucker. The victory improved their record to 3-2 on the season, though they failed to cover the three-point spread at home.
Here’s a look at the best betting odds for this matchup between the Giants and Ravens at MetLife Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Best Betting Odds for Giants vs Ravens
|Ravens Best Odds||-5.5/-110 (Caesars)||-240 (DraftKings)||Over 44.5/-107 (PointsBet)|
|Giants Best Odds||+6/-110 (FanDuel)||+215 (Caesars)||Under 45/-110 (BetMGM)|
The opening lines for this Week 6 matchup saw the Ravens favored by 5.5 points and most sportsbooks list the Giants at +6.0 as the home team. The opening total for this contest started at 43.5 at most sportsbooks but it’s ticked up since then, getting to either 44.5 or 45 across the board.
The Giants enter this contest 3-0 against the spread as the betting underdog. With their solid start to the season, New York has also seen an improvement in their odds to make the playoffs. The Ravens, meanwhile, sport a 2-0 mark against the spread as the road team so far this season.
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With their come-from-behind impressive victory over the Packers, the Giants improved to 4-1 and kept paced in the tightly packed NFC East. New York’s defense held Aaron Rodgers and the Pack scoreless in the second half en route to the comeback win.
Saquon Barkley continued his career resurgence in what’s been his best season since his rookie campaign. Barkley’s 533 rushing yards ranks second in the NFL and leads the NFC. He’s registered three rushing touchdowns as well, but faces a Baltimore rush defense ranked 12th in the league, surrendering 108 rushing-yards-per-game.
New York struggled to consistently run the ball against the Packers last week, gaining 125 yards on 31 attempts. But the Giants still sport the league’s second-best ground game, averaging 179 rushing yards-per-game thus far.
The Ravens come to this contest following a 19-17 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday Night Football last week. Baltimore sports a 3-2 record and a 2-2-1 mark against the spread. Cincinnati’s defense held Lamar Jackson largely in check, limiting him to 174 passing yards and 58 rushing yards (his lowest since Week 1), with one passing touchdown and one interception.
The Ravens have dominated NFC competition in recent years, going 13-2 over their last 15 games versus inter-conference opponents. Lamar Jackson enters this one 12-0 all-time as a starter against NFC teams.
Bettors should keep a close eye on the injury reports before wagering on this game. Both teams come to this contest a little banged up and pivotal players remain limited practice participants through mid-week.
Betting Trends Affect Giants, Ravens Odds
Several betting trends affect the odds heading into this matchup between the Giants and the Ravens. The Giants enter this contest 4-1 against the spread, including 2-1 at home. New York has covered in both games where they closed as the underdog. The Ravens, meanwhile, enter with a 2-2-1 mark against the spread, with both covers coming on the road.
Baltimore enters this one 5-0 against the spread in its last five games following an ATS loss. The Ravens sport a 9-4-1 mark against the spread versus teams with winning records. The Ravens have won and covered in five of the last seven matchups against the Giants, a stretch that includes their victory in Super Bowl XXXV in 2001.
The favorite enjoys a 5-1 record against the spread in the last six meetings between these clubs. And the home team has covered in each of the last five.
The Under has hit in seven of New York’s last eight home games and in four of the last five at MetLife against teams with a winning record. The Giants have seen the Under hit in 12 of their last 16 games following an ATS win. The Ravens have seen the Under hit in five of their last six games following an outright win. The Under is 12-5 in Baltimore’s last 17 road games.