The New York Giants (4-8) are double-digit underdogs (-10) on Sunday, December 12, 2021 against the Los Angeles Chargers (7-5). An over/under of 43 is set for the game.
Chargers vs. Giants Predictions
Chargers Vs. Giants Odds
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Chargers and Giants: Last Three Games
- Los Angeles covered the spread once in its last three contests while putting up a 2-1 record straight-up in those games.
- The Chargers and their opponents have combined to hit the over in two of those games.
- The past three Chargers games averaged 5.2 more points (48.2) than this matchup’s over/under.
- New York covered the spread once in its past three contests while putting together a 1-2 record straight-up in those games.
- The final combined score of each of the past three Giants games did not go over the set point total.
- The Giants’ past three outings have ended with an average of 45.0 points scored. That’s 2.0 more points than this contest’s over/under.
Chargers and Giants: Betting Trends
- Los Angeles has gone 6-6-0 against the spread this season.
- Games involving Los Angeles have hit the over five times this season.
- The Chargers are 4-4 in games they were listed as the moneyline favorite (winning 50% of those games).
- Los Angeles has not played a game this season with moneyline odds of -507 or shorter.
- The Chargers have an 83.5% chance to win this matchup based on the moneyline’s implied probability.
- New York has covered the spread six times in 12 games with a set spread.
- The Giants have an ATS record of 1-1 when playing as at least 10-point underdogs.
- This year, three of New York’s games have gone over the point total.
- The Giants have won four, or 36.4%, of the 11 games they’ve played as underdogs this season.
- New York has been at least a +374 moneyline underdog two times this season, but was upset in all of those games.
- This season, seven of Los Angeles’ 12 games have gone over Sunday’s total of 43 points.
- Four of New York’s games ended with a combined score over 43 points this season.
- The point total for the contest of 43 is 0.8 points fewer than the combined points per game averages for the Chargers (26.2 points per game) and the Giants (17.6 points per game).
- These two teams surrender a combined 49.1 points per game, 6.1 more than this contest’s over/under.
- The Chargers have seen a 50.2 average over/under in their games this season, 7.2 points more than the over/under in this matchup.
- The over/under for this matchup is 2.9 points fewer than the average over/under in Giants’ games this season (45.9 points).
Chargers Players to Watch
- Justin Herbert is the No. 4 fantasy player overall and the No. 3 fantasy quarterback with 268.8 points (averaging 22.4 per game).
- Austin Ekeler’s 206.1 total fantasy points (an average of 17.2 per game), are enough to place him 15th overall and second among running backs.
- Jared Cook is 160th overall and 19th among tight ends with 58.0 fantasy points (averaging 4.8 per game) so far this season.
- Jalen Guyton’s fantasy season so far has him ranked 215th overall and 85th among receivers with 38.2 points (3.2 per game).
Giants Players to Watch
- So far this season, Daniel Jones is 24th overall among all players and 18th among all quarterbacks with 170.5 fantasy points (14.2 per game).
- Devontae Booker’s 75.7 total fantasy points (an average of 6.3 per game), are good enough to rank him 35th among running backs and 120th overall.
- Saquon Barkley’s 68.8 total fantasy points make him the No. 139 fantasy player and No. 45 running back. He averages 5.7 fantasy points per game.
- Evan Engram is the 198th-ranked fantasy player — and the 23rd-ranked tight end — with 43.1 fantasy points (3.6 per game).