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Breaking down Giants vs. Eagles betting splits for TNF

Thursday Night Football has the Giants and Eagles facing off. How are bettors handling this Week 7 game? We break down the splits.

Brandon Graham #55 of the Philadelphia Eagles in action against Daniel Jones #8 of the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium on December 29, 2019 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Eagles defeated the Giants 34-17. Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images

Thursday Night Football brings us the battle of two one-win teams, as the New York Giants take on the Philadelphia Eagles. If you’re watching this game, you are likely a fan of one of the teams, have fantasy players you were forced to start playing, you’re Daniel Jones’ uncle or you put some cash down on this dumpster fire. And we’re here for you if you’re the latter, as we take a look at how the wagers and money are leaning tonight.

The odds favor Carson Wentz and company, as the Eagles are 4.5-point favorites at home. The point total is 45, implying 24.75 points for Philadelphia and 20.25 points for New York. So far, the Eagles are 2-4 against the spread while the Giants are 3-3. Philadelphia has gone over in four of their six matchups while the Giants have gone under in four of six.

As a 4.5-point favorite, Eagles backers are making themselves known at DraftKings Sportsbook. Betters appear to be leaning toward the Eagles, as Carson Wentz has looked better than Jones so far, but there are plenty of injury problems that Philadelphia will need to overcome.

The majority of the handle and bets are for the Eagles, with 81 percent of the handle and 76 percent of the bets leaning toward taking the points and siding with Philadelphia. The same is true with the moneyline, as 64 percent of the handle and 72 percent of the bets favor the home team.

As for the point total, the money is on the over, with 76 percent of the handle banking on the game going over 45 points. The percent of bets made are also hoping for a high-scoring game, as 65 percent of the bets are on that side.

The Eagles will be without multiple pass catchers, as Jalen Reagor, Dallas Goedert, Zach Ertz and Alshon Jeffery are out, along with their No. 1 running back Miles Sanders. They do expect to get DeSean Jackson back tonight though.

The Giants lost their running back Saquon Barkley early in the season and it’s been detrimental to their offense. They may get Sterling Shepard back from I.R. in this matchup.