The New York Giants (4-11) will battle to break their four-game losing streak as they are 6-point underdogs against the Chicago Bears (5-10) on Sunday, January 2, 2022 at Soldier Field. The game’s point total is set at 37.
Bears vs. Giants Predictions
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Bears and Giants: Last Three Games
- Chicago is 1-2-0 against the spread in its past three games, and has a 1-2 straight-up record in those matchups.
- Two times in those three games, the final combined score has surpassed the set total.
- The past three Bears games averaged 6.7 more points (43.7) than this matchup’s over/under.
- New York is winless against the spread in its last three games, and has a 0-3 straight-up record in those matchups.
- The Giants and their opponents have combined to hit the over twice in those games.
- The last three Giants games averaged 42.7 total points, 5.7 more points than this matchup’s point total.
Bears and Giants: Betting Trends
- Chicago has covered the spread five times this season (5-10-0).
- This season, Chicago’s games have hit the over six times.
- The Bears have been listed as the moneyline favorite a total of three times this season, and they’ve won each of those games.
- Chicago has not yet played a game with moneyline odds of -253 or shorter.
- Based on this matchup’s moneyline, the Bears have an implied win probability of 71.7%.
- New York has covered the spread in a matchup six times this season (6-9-0).
- In games they have played as 6-point underdogs or more, the Giants have an ATS record of just 2-7.
- This year, five of New York’s games have gone over the point total.
- This season, the Giants have won four out of the 14 games, or 28.6%, in which they’ve been the underdog.
- This season, New York has won one of its nine games, or 11.1%, when they’re the underdog by at least +208 on the moneyline.
- This season, Chicago and its opponents have combined to outscore Sunday’s total of 37 points 10 times.
- This season, 10 games New York played finished with a combined score over 37 points.
- The over/under for the matchup of 37 is 2.8 points more than the combined points per game averages for the Bears (17.7 points per game) and the Giants (16.5 points per game).
- The 49.2 points per game these two teams surrender to opponents on average this season are 12.2 more than the 37 over/under in this contest.
- This season, the average total for Bears games is 43.4 points, 6.4 more than the over/under of 37 points for this contest.
- A difference of 8.3 points separates the average total points bet in Giants’ games (45.3 points) and this contest’s over/under (37 points).
Bears Players to Watch
- David Montgomery is 75th overall among all players and 22nd among all running backs with 127.0 fantasy points (8.5 per game).
- Justin Fields’ 126.8 total fantasy points (an average of 8.5 per game), are enough to place him 76th overall and 30th among quarterbacks.
- Darnell Mooney is 89th overall and 27th among receivers with 113.2 fantasy points (averaging 7.5 per game) so far this season.
- Khalil Herbert’s fantasy season so far has him ranked 177th overall and 57th among running backs with 62.9 points (4.2 per game).
Giants Players to Watch
- So far this season, Devontae Booker is 105th overall among all players and 32nd among all running backs with 96.9 fantasy points (6.5 per game).
- Saquon Barkley’s 92.5 total fantasy points (an average of 6.2 per game), are good enough to place him 35th among running backs and 114th overall.
- Evan Engram’s 54.9 total fantasy points make him the No. 200 fantasy player and No. 22 tight end. He averages 3.7 fantasy points per game.
- Kenny Golladay is the 208th-ranked fantasy player — and the 80th-ranked receiver — with 49.9 fantasy points (3.3 per game).
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