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New York Giants NFL Predictions 2009 - Super Bowl Odds 2010


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NFL Predictions 2009: The Giants looked to be well on their way to defending their Super Bowl crown through the first three quarters of the 2008 season, but things took a turn for the worse in December. New York, after starting 11-1, dropped three of their last four games to take some negative momentum into the post-season. The Eagles took advantage of the skid by beating New York 23-11 in the divisional playoff at the Meadowlands. Sportsbetting.com is looking for a slight fall back from the Giants this year as the team's season win total is set at 10 with the under a -140 favorite in the bookmaker's New York Giants NFL Predictions 2009.

Head Coach Tom Coughlin will be back on the sidelines this year to oversee one of the most talented group of players in the NFL. The Giants return almost every starter from last season's 12-4 squad, and a significant number from the 2007 Super Bowl championship team.


The New York offense averaged 26.7 points and 356 yards per game last year to rank third and seventh in the league respectively. The ground game, with Brandon Jacobs leading the way (1089 rushing yards), averaged a league leading 157 yards per game (5.0 yards per carry). The passing game was a pedestrian 19th (199 yards per game), but Eli Manning had a solid season, throwing for 3238 yards and 21 touchdowns (10 interceptions).


Former roster staple, wide receiver Amani Toomer, is no longer with the team, but the offense should be just as effective this year with Manning, Jacobs, and one of the league's best offensive lines in place.


The New York defense was excellent as well, ranking fifth in both points and yards per game allowed. The defensive line, which is arguably the best in the NFL, will be aided by the return of end Osi Umenyiora. Umenyiora, who suffered a season ending knee injury in the 2008 preseason, had 13 sacks in 2007.


The Giants had 42 sacks (sixth in the league) without Umenyiora a season ago as Justin Tuck recorded a career high 12 sacks in his counterpart's absence.


The linebacking corps will again be anchored by last year's leading tackler, Antonio Pierce, and the secondary has two of the best young corners in the league in Aaron Ross and Corey Webster.


Highly praised defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo moved on to become the head coach of the Rams in the off-season. However, there should be some continuity in the defensive philosophy as Tom Coughlin promoted former linebackers coach Bill Sheridan into the spot vacated by Spagnuolo.


New York opens the season on September 13th with a divisional battle at the Meadowlands against the Redskins.


Sportsbetting.com New York Giants NFL Predictions 2009 - Super Bowl Odds 2010


New York Giants Regular Season Win Total:


Over 10 (+110)

Under 10 (-140)


New York Giants Odds to Win the NFC East:


13 - 8


New York Giants Odds to Win the 2010 NFC Championship:


9 - 2


New York Giants Super Bowl Odds 2010:


11 - 1


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I dont know what our chances of winning the bowl is, but looking at how devistating this defensive line is going to be, its hard to say we down graded, even without Plax.


I like what Tuck had to say about our offense. It was something like " Not having a set #1 wr isnt going to hurt us. I see 5 guys out here bustin thier asses, and as a defense, you dont know where its going to come from"


If Hixon, Smith, and Nicks can really step it up, along with our sick run game, we should have a very strong offense. I think we have a pretty good shot so long as everyone can stay healthy.

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