Week 13 Vegas Odds - Giants vs Packers NFL Picks
30 November 2011
Week 13 Vegas Odds - Giants vs Packers NFL Picks: The Green Bay Packers remain the Vegas odds makers favorite with 9/5 Vegas betting odds to win Super Bowl XLVI. Last week the Green Bay Packers earn their 12th consecutive NFL picks victory with a 27-15 win over the Detroit Lions, this week though, the Packers face a more seasoned foe in the New York Giants in their week 13 Vegas odds contest set to kickoff at 4:15 in New York. The Giants are coming off their 3rd consecutive loss and will be looking to slow thier skid in the NFC East. The Giants are currently in second spot in te NFC east just one game back from the Dallas Cowboys.
The Giants week 13 NFL picks contest odds show the Giants as a +7-110 point NFL picks underdog versus the Packers who are the current NFL odds favorite posted with a -7-110 point spread. For sports bettors looking for the game toal, Vegas odds makers have the totyal posted to 52 ov-110.
In order for the Giants to win this week 13 NFL picks contest the Giants will have to establish a running game and fast. And after last weeks explotation of the Green Bay Packers run defense by the Detroit Lions, you can expect the Giants offensive coordinator Kevin Gilbridge to focus on creative ways to increase the yards on the ground for the Giants. The Packers have also been exploited in the secondiary so look for the Giants to look to Hackeem Nicks, Jake Ballard and Victor Cruz, all of which average over 15 yards per reception.
This will be a tight finish and the green bay Packers will likely once again come out on top straightup, but with a -7 point spread the Giants may just have enough in the tank to prevent the Pack from covering the NFL point spreads set by Vegas odds makers.
Free Week 13 NFL picks: Take the under and Giants with the points.
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