New York Giants vs Atlanta Falcons
: Week 7 NFL Game 2018 Oct 22 New York Giants vs Atlanta Falcons on Monday Night Football King of time 8:15p ET ESPNat Mercedes-Benz Stadium – Atlanta, Georgia. The Atlanta Falcons will try to build on their win last week 7 when they host the New York Giants as betting favorites at the site for Monday Night Giants vs Falcons.
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Date: MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 2018
New York Giants – Atlanta Falcons
Giants vs Falcons : The Giants are struggling on both sides of the ball ranking 27th in the NFL in scoring offense with 19.5 points per game and 24th in scoring defense allowing 27 points per game. These dreadful stats have combined to give New York a 1-5 SU and 2-4 ATS start to the 2018 season.
Giants vs Falcons live stream Barkley is enjoying a strong rookie season with 811 combined yards and six total touchdowns, but the offense overall has been stagnant due to a poor offensive line and the declining play of Eli Manning. New York is 1-6 SU and ATS over its last seven night games.
Monday night’s total is set at 54 points. The UNDER is 10-1 in the last 11 games between the Falcons and the Giants.
Atlanta Falcons : The Falcons are gaining an average of 440 yards per game at home and have not committed a turnover in any of the previous three games they have played in Atlanta. While the team hasn’t turned the ball over more than once in any game so far this season, the Giants enter this one with a turnover margin of minus-4 after having already notched three games this season with two or more giveaways. Underdogs of between 3.5 and 10 points are 5-16 against the spread since the start of the 2014 season when facing an opponent that is coming off four consecutive games of not turning the ball over more than once.
“When Giants vs Falcons comes down to it and guys are not able to be out there, it does put much more responsibility on other guys,” Vernon said. “A lot more things to put on somebody else’s plate and the more guys we get to have back, the easier it gets to distribute the workload.”
After a productive first game back, the Giants are hoping that Vernon will produce even more for a defense that has been lacking in sacks. No one on the team has more than 2.0 this season.
“What I look forward to is, what’s next?” defensive coordinator James Bettcher said. “I’m excited to see how he plays Monday night.”