Denver Broncos vs. New York Giants NFL Week 1 Best Bets Odds (09/12/2021)
The best sportsbooks for US players favor the Broncos over the Giants on September 12, 2021, 4:25 PM ET at MetLife Stadium.
Denver Broncos vs. New York Giants NFL Odds by MyBookie.ag
|Broncos||-2½ ( -120 )||42 ( -110 )||-150|
|Giants||+2½ ( EV )||42 ( -110 )||+130|
Betting Denver Broncos
The Broncos are road faves at the best online sportsbooks. The Broncos’ offense ranked 27th in the league last season with a 53.3% red-zone percentage. Denver perpetrated the most turnovers in the NFL (32).
They are facing the 10th-ranked team in turnovers forced (22). The Broncos were the 27th-ranked offense in the league in points per play (0.31). They will face the sixth-ranked defense in that stat. Denver’s offense was 28th at 20.2 points per game; New York allowed 22.3 per game (ninth in the NFL).
Teddy Bridgewater had 3,733 passing yards (233.3 yards per game) last season. B-H2O went 340-for-492 (69.1% completion percentage) and threw 15 touchdowns and 11 picks. He added 279 rushing yards on 53 carries with five TDs. He averaged 17.4 yards per game.
Melvin Gordon III took 215 carries for 986 rushing yards (61.6 yards per game). He scored nine touchdowns. Jerry Jeudy caught 52 passes on 113 targets for 856 yards (53.5 yards per game) with three TDs.
Tim Patrick had 51 grabs for 742 yards and six TDs. On 79 targets, he put up 46.4 receiving yards per game. Noah Fant grabbed 62 passes on 93 targets for 673 yards and three TDs. He averaged 42.1 receiving yards per game.
Malik Reed had 8.0 sacks, 11.5 TFL and 72 tackles. Alexander Johnson tallied 176 tackles, 4.0 TFL, and 1.0 sack. Justin Simmons picked off five passes and tacked on 115 tackles, 3.0 TFL, and nine passes defended.
Per the best sportsbooks for US players, Denver is 1-5 SU in their last six games. Denver is 4-1 ATS in their last five games against the Giants. Broncos are 1-4 SU in their last five games on the road. Denver is 2-4 SU in their last six games when playing on the road against the Giants.
The total has gone OVER in five of Denver’s last seven games against an opponent in the National Football Conference. The total has gone OVER in seven of Denver’s last nine games against an opponent in the NFC East division. Denver is 3-6 ATS in their last nine games played in September.
Betting NY Giants
The Giants are home dogs at the best sportsbooks for US players. The Giants were the No. 31 offense last season in converting red-zone opportunities (46.3%). They will face the Broncos’ top-ranked defense in that category (47.5%).
New York gave up 49 sacks to rank 29th; Denver’s defense compiled 42 (ninth-most). The Giants averaged 4.4 yards per rushing attempt; the Broncos surrendered 4.8 (29th). New York had a 36.4% third-down conversion rate; Denver yielded third-down conversions on 40.2% of its opponents’ attempts (15th).
Daniel Jones had 2,943 passing yards (183.9 yards per game) last season. He went 280-for-448 (62.5% completion percentage) with 11 touchdowns and 10 picks. Also he added 423 rushing yards on 65 carries with one TD. He averaged 26.4 yards per game.
Devontae Booker ran for 423 rushing yards on 93 carries (26.4 yards per game). He scored three touchdowns on the ground. Darius Slayton, on 97 targets, grabbed 50 catches for 751 yards (46.9 ypg). He scored three touchdowns.
Sterling Shepard nabbed 66 catches for 656 yards and three TDs. On 90 targets, he put up 54.7 receiving yards per game. Evan Engram secured 63 passes on 109 targets for 654 yards and one TD. He averaged 40.9 receiving yards per game.
Denver Broncos vs. New York Giants NFL Pick
Denver wins, covers.