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The New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles match up in week 4 of the NFL Season on Sunday night, in a pivotal NFC East division battle. Both teams sit at 2-1 on the season, with the winner of this one getting the early edge over the other. For the Giants, who have already suffered a division loss at the hands of the Dallas Cowboys, they certainly do not want to fall to 0-2 in the division already.
The Eagles have had problems of their own though to start out the season. And after somehow winning their first two games, those vulnerabilities reared their ugly head in Week 3, with Philadelphia getting blasted by Arizona.
And some interesting comments after the game by head coach Andy Reid, no doubt sent a message to quarterback Michael Vick when Reid said that Vick was the team’s quarterback ‘for now.’ Reid went on to retract that statement, but you can bet the message was already ingrained in Vick and the offense, which has turned the ball over more than any other team in the NFL.
On the other side of the ball, the Giants looked flat out great last Thursday night against the Carolina Panthers on the road, cruising to a 36-7 victory. The extra rest is sure to help as well.
Philadelphia does get this game at home though, which is likely the only reason that they are set as the favorites.
Eagles vs Giants Week 4 Betting Odds available at Bovada Sportsbook have set Philadelphia as one-point favorites over New York to get the win. But obviously this line is about as close as one can get without installing it as a pick’em. The Eagles will need at least a two-point win to cover, while the Giants will need to win the game straight up to cover the spread.
The over/under point total for the game has been set at 47.5 points.
These two are certainly familiar with each other, and you can bet the Giants defense has watched film on the other teams that created turnovers for Vick.
New York wide receiver Hakeem Nicks should be back for this one, though Ahmad Bradshaw still remains sidelined Of course, that didn’t seem to matter much against Carolina, as New York just filled them in and didn’t miss a beat.
The Eagles and Giants are the primetime game on Sunday night, kicking off at 8:30pm ET, with coverage on NBC.