• @texasg • 2d

    Saquon Barkley is back for the G men and have missed his production and energy. Should be a shot in the arm they need. The NFC east is still wide open so it's not to late if they can get the ship turned around. I have New York and I like the Under here as well.

    My Pick: New York -3.5 & Under 50 60%
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      • @ALaabs • 3d

        Kyler Murray heads to the big apple in this one and I believe this is going to be fireworks central. I was on the over with the Cards last week and I see a similar outcome here. The Cardinals play fast and have looked pretty good this season on offense. David Johnson is again questionable but I expect him to play. Him and Edmonds make a great 1/2 punch. The last 2 they have beaten up on the Bengals and Falcons defenses with the Giants being similar to them. Both those games went over the posted total. Meanwhile the G men have struggled recently but with a rookie QB missing his 3 best players that is to be expected. With him getting Engram and Saquon back this week I expect this to start changing. We all know the cards are horrible vs the TE. Yes dead last 32nd is not good. I think Jones exploits that as there is no way they can double Engram with Barkley back. Playing the Cardinals defense is going to seem like Jones is back at Duke for a Saturday matinee VS Georgia Tech after playing the Vikings and Pats D's the last 2 weeks. I see pts early and often with this game going into the 60's. Forecast is for a nice 60 degree day with minimal winds. Take the over and cash easily!

        My Pick: Over 50.5
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        • So the G-men were on a winning streak and now the Cardinals are. Guess what- both teams are TRASH. Murray might've balled out on the Falcons but that's large in part because the run game looked good. The Giants are 31st in passing yards allowed per game. Barkely should be back to help them control the clock in case Kingsburry spreads it out. Arizona is 22nd in the NFL in rushing defense too so don't be surprised if he looks like Barry Sanders on the first drive. This will be a coaches duel for sure and it will be up to New York to control the time of possession to cover. With the best RB in the NFL back, I think they handle business. The two most interesting QB Draft picks from the past year in this one - give me the points and the G-Men. Good spot to play the MONEYLINE too.

          My Pick: New York -3
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          • @1450998702
            • 4d

            Yuck. Don't like it. Is Barkely 100%? Arizona has played with a pro set (tight ends) last 2 weeks and offense looking much better. Giants have been playing over their heads.

          • Arizona WR Christian Kirk (ankle), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Giants, isn't expected to suit up, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
            ANALYSIS
            The Cardinals are still seemingly treating Kirk as a game-time decision, but Darren Urban of the team's official site suggested Friday that the wideout still isn't "all the way there" when it comes to making cuts while running routes. With that in mind, Rapoport suggests that Kirk will likely need another week of rehab and recovery before presumably returning to action Week 8 in New Orleans. If Kirk is in fact out when Arizona releases its inactive list around 11:30 a.m. EDT, Damiere Byrd, KeeSean Johnson and Trent Sherfield will vie for reps and targets behind top wideout Larry Fitzgerald.

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              • @SBNation • 2d
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                Giants vs. Cardinals: Arizonas offense presents unique challenge for Giants defense - Big Blue ViewDont overlook the Arizona Cardinals https://www.bigblueview.com/2019/10/17/20916970/2019-ny-giants-defense-vs-arizona-cardinals-offense-kyler-murrary-air-raid-kiff-kingsbury

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                  • @Covers • 2d
                     Arizona Cardinals vs New York Giants on 2019-10-20 added by Covers

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                  • @OddsShark • 2d
                     Arizona Cardinals vs New York Giants on 2019-10-20 added by OddsShark

                    Betting Prediction for Arizona Cardinals vs New York Giants on October 20, 2019, 1:00 PM ET

                    Free Betting Prediction: NY Giants will Win , Cover the Spread , and the Total will go Under .

                    The surprising Arizona Cardinals (2-3-1) will go for their third straight victory on Sunday when they visit the New York Giants (2-4) as small road underdogs in a battle of rookie quarterbacks. The Cardinals have won each of their last two games as 3-point underdogs, beating the Cincinnati Bengals 26-23 on the road and the Atlanta Falcons 34-33 at home. Original matchup: http://bit.ly/2MzcCMG

                  • @Giants • 2d
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                    Big Blue View: Giants vs. Cardinals, Week 7: Game time, TV channel, odds, live stream, radio, tickets, more

                    Buy tickets to Sunday's game between the New York Giants and Arizona Cardinals right here!

                    The New York Giants welcome the Arizona Cardinals to town Sunday afternoon in a battle of rookie QBs. Daniel Jones and Kyler Murray face similar situations: both quarterbacks have performed admirably as rookies (Murray arguably more than Jones), and both are playing with below-average defenses.

                    This game could go either way. It should be a fun shootout showcasing two emerging young stars of the game.

                    Jones won't have wide receiver Sterling Shepard but he will have his two best weapons in running back Saquon Barkley and tight end Evan Engram.

                    Buy tickets to Sunday's game between the New York Giants and Arizona Cardinals right here!

                    The New York Giants welcome the Arizona Cardinals to town Sunday afternoon in a battle of rookie QBs. Daniel Jones and Kyler Murray face similar situations: both quarterbacks have performed admirably as rookies (Murray arguably more than Jones), and both are playing with below-average defenses.

                    This game could go either way. It should be a fun shootout showcasing two emerging young stars of the game.

                    Jones won't have wide receiver Sterling Shepard but he will have his two best weapons in running back Saquon Barkley and tight end Evan Engram.

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                    Revenge of the Birds: Arizona Cardinals have some questions on offense heading into their matchup against the Giants

                    The Arizona Cardinals have a number of questionable players heading into their game with the New York Giants.

                    It is a big game for the Cardinals, they have to to find a way to win before they get into the meat of their schedule heading into the end of October and November.

                    Let's take a look at the final injury report from Friday heading into the game against the Giants.

                    David Johnson, Christian Kirk and Maxx Williams on offense, with Zach Kerr on defense all being questionable will be a bit of something to watch.

                    The Arizona Cardinals have a number of questionable players heading into their game with the New York Giants.

                    It is a big game for the Cardinals, they have to to find a way to win before they get into the meat of their schedule heading into the end of October and November.

                    Let's take a look at the final injury report from Friday heading into the game against the Giants.

                    David Johnson, Christian Kirk and Maxx Williams on offense, with Zach Kerr on defense all being questionable will be a bit of something to watch.

                  • @Giants • 6d
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                    NY Post: Giants report card: One unit surprises in blowout

                    Grading the Giants after their 35-14 loss Thursday to the New England Patriots.

                    Offense

                    Well, that was a rough one for Daniel Jones (15 of 31, 161 yards, 1 TD, 3 INTs). His throws sailed and dropped, and it was a struggle without his top weapons all injured and not on the field. No ground game (52 yards) and Saquon Barkley can't get healthy fast enough. Jon Hilliman (11-38, one lost fumble) was not the answer. Golden Tate showed some wheels on his 64-yard touchdown catch-and-run, but we could do without the backpedal into the end zone.

                    Grading the Giants after their 35-14 loss Thursday to the New England Patriots.

                    Offense

                    Well, that was a rough one for Daniel Jones (15 of 31, 161 yards, 1 TD, 3 INTs). His throws sailed and dropped, and it was a struggle without his top weapons all injured and not on the field. No ground game (52 yards) and Saquon Barkley can't get healthy fast enough. Jon Hilliman (11-38, one lost fumble) was not the answer. Golden Tate showed some wheels on his 64-yard touchdown catch-and-run, but we could do without the backpedal into the end zone.

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