Giants' 2015 NFL Season Odds

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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ (The Spread) - The Giants haven't had a winning record since 2012 but will they win at least nine games in 2015?

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According to oddsmakers from online sports book Bovada.lv, the Giants' over/under for wins in the 2015 regular season has been set at 8.5, while their odds to win the 2016 Super Bowl are currently 28/1. They're also 16/1 to win the NFC Conference Championship and 3/1 to win the NFC East.

This offseason the Giants re-signed tight ends Larry Donnell and Daniel Fells, linebackers Jon Beason and Mark Herzlich, as well as defensive end Cullen Jenkins and offensive linemen John Jerry. In free agency, the team added outside linebacker Jonathan Casillas, running back Shane Vereen and defensive end George Selvie.

In the draft the Giants selected Miami offensive tackle Ereck Flowers with the ninth overall pick and then took Alabama safety Landon Collins in the second round. Pass rusher Owamagbe Odighizuwa was their third-round selection. 

The Giants are flying under the radar a bit this offseason. Eli Manning looked great as the season wore on last year and should post solid production now that he's heading into Year 2 of Ben McAdoo's offense. Odell Beckham Jr. emerged as a star last year and if the offensive line can hold up, the Giants should give defenses trouble this season. One would think 8 wins should be the floor for this team in 2015.

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