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2019 NFL Monday Night Football Betting
The last chance and opportunity for NFL bettors to make back everything lost or double up whatever was won for the week goes down on Monday Night Football every week of the regular season. While the matchups themselves aren’t the greatest at times, fans of the league and those that simply just love to have action on the game at online sportsbooks always tune into the game. Seriously, how does adrenaline not start rushing through your veins the second you hear “Are you ready for some football?” Be sure to bookmark this page and come back to it throughout the season as we break every game down from a betting perspective in hopes of helping you come to a decision on what to bet.
NFL Monday, December 9, 2019
New York Giants at Philadelphia Eagles | 8:15pm | ESPN
All eyes will be on Lincoln Financial Field on Monday night to see if the Philadelphia Eagles can get out of their own way and possibly win a game against the NFC-worst and division rival New York Giants. If ever there was a time to rev up the engines and go on a season-saving run, the time is now for Doug Pederson’s team who forfeited a golden opportunity to gain ground on the Cowboys last weekend by falling to the Miami Dolphins as decided road favorites. With the G-Men in line to score the No. 2 pick in next year’s NFL Draft, they shouldn’t get much resistance in this edition on Monday Night Football set to air live on ESPN at 8:15 p.m. ET. Philadelphia is currently a 9-point favorite with the game total lined at 47.
The Giants received plenty of attention from both public and sharp bettors for last week’s home tilt against the Green Bay Packers. Unfortunately for those that took a shot with Daniel Jones and company with the hope that Mother Nature would prevent Green Bay from running away and hiding, it didn’t come to fruition. New York made a game of it early on when Sterling Shepard reeled in his first touchdown catch in weeks, but the 7-7 score was the closest the Giants would get the rest of the way. In the end, the 31-13 SU and ATS defeat dropped the G-Men to 2-10 SU and a bankroll bursting 4-8 ATS for the season. New York will invade the City of Brotherly Love losers of eight in a row with the team last tasting the thrill of victory back in Week 4 against the also rancid Redskins. NY’s 1-5 SU and 3-3 ATS on the road to date.
Losers of three straight both SU and ATS, there’s certainly something going down in Philadelphia. Eagles’ fans are no doubt sick and tired of Pederson putting the blame on himself for Philly’s shortcomings every passing week. There has to be a time that the players are held accountable and own up to the fact that they continue to give games away in the most bothersome of ways. Sure, the 17-9 loss at home a few weeks back to Seattle was understandable with Carson Wentz not working with a full deck. But that wasn’t the case last week with both Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor back in the mix. Even so, the Eagles coughed up a 28-14 third quarter lead and shockingly went on to fall 37-31 as 10-point road chalk. There are no excuses this week; especially if Dallas ends up losing to Chicago in the Week 14 kick-off on Thursday night!
If the Cowboys do in fact end up falling on Thursday Night Football, you can bet your bottom dollar the pointspread for this game gets steamed in a big way. The number to beat is already up half a point from the 8.5-point opener even though 62 percent of the early bet count and 90 percent of the money has come in favor of the visiting Giants. Philadelphia has already split its first six home games and logged a 2-4 ATS record in those matchups. There’s simply no more room for error; especially with the Cowboys already owning the tiebreaker and sitting a game up in the NFC East standings entering Week 14. Add to the mix Philly’s ownership of the recent rivalry with the G-Men, and it would likely be the final nail in the team’s coffin should it not come out the victor. Philadelphia has triumphed in nine of the last 10 meetings and covered the closing pointspread six times; the over cashed in seven of those matchups with an average of 48.8 points hitting the board.
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