BetQL’s model is listing the Giants (+3) as the best first half bet and is projecting them at +0.5 points. This is a max-value bet, which is important to note since BetQL went 13-3 (81.3%) on 5-star bets in Week 1. If you bet $100 on each, you’d be up $842 right now.
Further, the model has gone 15-7 (68.2%) on 1st half spread bets in Daniel Jones’ career starts. If you bet $100 on each, you’d be up $707. Further, it’s gone 19-12 (61.3%) on 1st half spread bets in Washington Football Team games. If you bet $100 on each, you’d be up $532 right now.
#1.) BetQL’s model has gone 114-56 (67.1%) across all Giants bets all-time for a total return of $2,717.
#2.) BetQL’s model has gone 27-6 (78.8%) on Giants moneyline bets and 25-9 (73.5%) on Washington Football Team moneyline bets all-time.
#3.) BetQL’s model has gone 14-6 (70%) on 1st half O/U bets in Daniel Jones’ career starts. If you bet $100 on each, you’d be up $675.
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The Washington running back is projected to take 12 rushes for 60 rushing yards and a touchdown and to catch three passes for 20 yards in a well-rounded effort. Gibson took 20 carries for 90 yards in Week 1 against the Chargers, but BetQL’s model is not projecting a huge rushing day on the ground in this matchup, while backups Jaret Patterson and J.D. McKissic also factor into the projection.
BetQL’s model is projecting Shepard to record 3 receptions for 45 yards in this matchup. He had seven catches for 113 yards and a touchdown in Week 1, but 10 different Giants were targeted in that contest and Jones has a lot of mouths to feed, including Kenny Golladay, Darius Slayton, Kadarius Toney and Saquon Barkley.
The model is projecting Heinicke to complete 18 passes for 210 yards, a touchdown and no interceptions. That’s well below the 238.5-yard over/under.
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