Thursday Night Football: Eagles-Giants Week 7 odds and betting preview

Eagles-Giants Week 7 odds

The 2020 NFL regular-season rolls on with Thursday Night Football, and has the latest Eagles-Giants eek 7 odds live right now. The NFC is an unmitigated disaster, with all five teams combining for just five wins through six weeks.

But we’re not here to talk about the records. We’re here to talk about the bets.

Rob Dauster is here to examine the Eagles-Giants Week 7 odds, the trends worth backing, and the injuries worth paying attention to. has a wide variety of Thursday Night Football specials, including a special promotion in which if you bet $50 on the Eagles-Giants spread, we will give you a $10 free bet every time your team commits.

But before we get to the Eagles-Giants Week 7 odds, take a look at our Thursday Specials:

  • DeSean Jackson 1+ TD and Eagles win (+300)
  • Golden Tate 50+ Rec. Yds & 1 TD (+150)
  • At least two of Boston Scott, Travis Fulgham or Richard Rodgers score TD (+138)
  • Eagles & Giants each score a TD in each half (+115)
  • Eagles & Giants combine for Over 3.5 total turnovers (-250)

Stay tuned on the latest NFL betting odds and choose your betting strategy.

THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: Eagles-Giants Week 7 Odds

  • Week 7: 8:20 p.m. ET (NFLN/FOX)
  • Moneyline: Eagles -245, Giants +210
  • Spread: Eagles -4.5
  • Over/Under: 45 points
  • Implied Score: Eagles 24.75, Giants 20.25

Here’s a crazy thing for you to think about: The winner of Thursday night’s game between the 1-5 Giants and the 1-4-1 Eagles may just find themselves sitting in pole position for the NFC East title, considering the fact that the Cowboys appear to be as broken as Dak Prescott’s ankle.

This line has been on a roller coaster. It opened at Philly (-5.5) but dropped all the way to (-3.5) when news came out that both Miles Sanders and Zach Ertz will be out. It bounced back up to (-4.5) when Desean Jackson and Lane Johnson were cleared. Despite the injuries, I do think that this is a good spot to buy low on Philly.

The logic is pretty simple.

For starters, the two main weaknesses for the Eagles are their offensive line and their pass catchers. Jackson is back. Travis Fulgham is apparently the new Jerry Rice. Dallas Goedert is a more-than-adequate backup for Ertz. And given that the Giants are not a defense that is going to be getting massive amounts of pressure on Wentz, I would expect him to have enough time to find those three.

I also think it’s worth noting that the Eagles have been run through a buzzsaw in recent weeks, facing off with the 49ers, then the Steelers, and finally the Ravens. They beat San Francisco and lost to the Ravens by two. Combine all of that with the fact that the Giants are bad and Daniel Jones is bad, and I like Philly at home in this spot.