- The banged up New York Giants head to New England to take on the 5-0 Patriots on Thursday Night Football of Week 6
- After reporting record profits in Week 4, one sportsbook is offering vig-free odds for all spread bettors tonight
- See which sportsbook you should be wagering on tonight’s game with below
Do you remember that report I put out after the horrors of Week 4 that disclosed how much money sportsbooks made off us on Sunday, September 29? Yeah, I tried to block that one out, as well …
But that same online sports betting site wants to give back and show their customers how much they appreciate them.
How will they do this? One sportsbooks is offering juice-free odds for all spread bettors in tonight’s Thursday Night Football matchup between the New York Giants and New England Patriots.
Giants vs Patriots Odds
|Team||Spread & Odds|
|New York Giants||+17 (+100)|
|New England Patriots||-17 (+100)|
All odds taken October 10.
You’ll notice in the table above that both sides are getting +100 odds. If you bet the spread tonight at any other online sportsbook, you’re dealing with anywhere from -105 to -115 odds, depending which side you’re taking.
Be aware that the juice-free odds are only available on spread bets.
The sportsbook has seen quite a bit of action on the game already, as their spread opened at New England -17, moved to -16.5 pretty quickly, but is now back to -17.
The Giants are missing over HALF their offensive production tonight
…against the Patriots ?
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) October 10, 2019
If you’re looking for all the stats and info you need to bet this game, see our Giants vs Patriots odds & stats.
If you’re looking for my opinion on which juice-free odds you should be betting, keep reading …
Had one of Saquon Barkley, Sterling Shepard, or Evan Engram been available for tonight’s game, I’d be taking the 17 points with the G-Men.
— New York Giants (@Giants) October 10, 2019
But without those three, New York is sending their rookie quarterback into a hostile environment – where they’ve been reminded all week of their Super Bowl upsets at the hands of the Giants – with Golden Tate and Cody Latimer as his top two targets, and Jon Hillman (also a rookie) and Eli Penny to lean on in the running game.
It’s a bad situation for Daniel Jones and I just can’t bring myself to expect much from him against what might be the league’s best defense, in their own house. I’d lay the 17 points with the Pats here.
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