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Giants vs. Saints Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Odds Week 15

Moneyline: New York Giants +210, New Orleans Saints -264
Spread: Giants +5 (-110), Saints -5 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 39.5 points

NFL Schedule Week 15 – Game info - Giants vs Saints

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
New York Giants (5-8) vs. New Orleans Saints (6-7)
Date: Sunday, Dec, 17
Time: 1 p.m. ET

Venue: Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, La.
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: FuboTV

After the New York Giants saw almost all their quarterbacks get injured -- and after they traded away defensive end Leonard Williams -- it appeared that this team was counting down the days until the offseason. Nobody foresaw rookie quarterback Tommy DeVito as the potential source of a miraculous turnaround, but here we are. The Giants are on a three-game winning streak and just a couple of games out of the NFL playoff picture. The DeVito story is taking the league by storm, and another win here could be too much for the Hollywood screenwriters to ignore.

DeVito has a real shot at winning again this week. The Giants’ opponent on Sunday, the New Orleans Saints, had to beat a lousy Carolina Panthers team last weekend just to stop a three-game losing streak that appeared to be sending their season off the rails. That 28-6 win over Carolina was a welcome relief, but the Saints are not out of the woods yet. New Orleans is one of three teams tied for the NFC South lead at 6-7. Every game going forward is crucial for all three of those teams. The vibes are definitely off in New Orleans, but can the Saints scrape out another win over the surging Giants and keep pace with division rivals Tampa Bay and Atlanta?

Giants at Saints Preview

New York Giants quarterback Tommy DeVito is stealing all the headlines at the moment, and rightfully so. After losing his first two starts, the undrafted rookie has defeated Washington, New England, and Green Bay in consecutive weeks. He has thrown for 595 yards and five touchdowns over that span without giving up any interceptions. Monday night’s victory over Green Bay was the best of the lot, as DeVito completed 81 percent of his passes and delivered some beautiful strikes to get the Giants into field-goal range to win the game.

DeVito looked the part when rolling to his right and firing the ball to wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins in the corner of the end zone -- showing off the athletic ability that also helped him rush for 71 yards against Green Bay. The Packers had won three straight games against tough opponents before their trip to New York, but a date with DeVito proved too hot to handle.

The next defensive unit DeVito faces on Sunday has a bit more firepower than Green Bay. The New Orleans Saints' defense has held opposing NFL quarterbacks to the league’s lowest passer rating this season, and the Saints are No. 2 in the rankings when it comes to limiting opposing quarterbacks’ completion rate (just 57.28 percent this season).

Defensive end Carl Granderson and linebacker Demario Davis lead the way for the New Orleans defensive front with 6.5 and 5.5 sacks, respectively. They are the stars of a talented defensive line that will look to take over the game and put a swift end to DeVito’s fairytale story.

The Giants have allowed the most sacks of any NFL team this season. Although they didn’t yield a single sack to the Packers last week, their total of 69 sacks conceded is still 11 worse than the second-place Washington Commanders’ 58. The Saints can get a stranglehold on this game if they take advantage of the favorable matchup on the line, but New Orleans’ total of only 23 sacks this season is among the lowest in the league. This game is truly a “moveable object meets stoppable force” situation.

The real strength of the New Orleans defense is its secondary. The team’s defensive backs remained an elite unit even after cornerback Marshon Lattimore and safety Marcus Maye were injured. Since the Saints allow opposing QBs the second-lowest completion percentage in the league, the Giants could look to their ground game in order to move the ball.

Giants running back Saquon Barkley carried the ball 20 times for 86 yards and two scores on Monday night. The Saints give up a generous 4.6 yards per carry on the ground, so Barkley will be a key factor in this matchup. New Orleans is even more generous to opposing quarterbacks in the running game, giving up 5.6 yards per carry. A heavy dose of Barkley and DeVito as rushers could make all the difference here for New York.

New Orleans has more offensive weapons than New York has, but it hasn’t exactly been smooth sailing for the Saints in recent weeks. The boo birds were out last Sunday, even though the home team beat Carolina 28-6. Saints quarterback Derek Carr threw for only 119 yards in that win, connecting for two TDs and giving up one interception.

Indeed, turnovers have proven fatal for New Orleans in recent weeks, and the Giants' secondary is dangerous. New York has registered 13 interceptions this season, which places the Giants in the top half of the league. Carr is injured and low on confidence. An early mistake or two by the Saints QB will have the boos ringing down on him and could help the Giants come out on top.

If the Saints can avoid turnovers, they will have to like their chances this week. The Giants allow 361 total yards per game, which ranks 26th in the 32-team NFL. Carr has an abundance of weapons at his disposal. Wide receiver Chris Olave is already nearing 1,000 yards for the second year in a row, and running back Alvin Kamara has 966 total rushing/receiving yards despite missing the season’s first three games. As long as they can protect the football, the Saints have a good chance at a second straight win. 

Giants vs. Saints Predictions and Picks

It has not been pretty for the Saints over the last month or so, but I expect them to end Giants quarterback Tommy DeVito’s winning streak. DeVito’s three straight victories have come against far weaker teams than the Saints, and this New Orleans defense should outmatch the Giants' offense. The Saints’ secondary is among the NFL’s best -- giving up the second-lowest completion percentage to opposing QBs. That is exactly the kind of matchup that could trouble DeVito, who, it is important to remember, is an undrafted rookie.

Despite their lack of a great pass rush, the Saints should be able to penetrate a Giants offensive line that has given up 69 sacks this season. It should be a tricky day for DeVito, and one that will see the Saints leave as victors.

The Pick: New Orleans Saints -5 (-120)

This game stands out as an under bet for me. I have already explained why I expect the Giants to struggle to move the ball, and I don’t trust the Saints to put up a big total either. New Orleans quarterback Derek Carr has played very poorly this year, reflected by the boos that rained down on him during a 28-6 win last week.

The Saints will get the victory, but I don’t see them posting a huge score. With the Giants up against the Saints' tough defense, I will be backing the under here.

The Pick: Under 39.5 points (-105)

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Tommy DeVito

Tommy DeVito had a season-high 10 rushing attempts last week, which resulted in a very impressive 71 yards. The young quarterback showed some burst and made Packers defenders miss, which is a skillset that could be very useful this week.

The Saints are giving up 5.6 yards per carry to quarterbacks this year. Since DeVito will likely struggle to move the ball against New Orleans’ elite secondary, getting him out in space to use his legs could be a good avenue for success. The presence of running back Saquon Barkley will also help to create some lanes for his QB, so I see the line of the Over rushing yards being an easy one for DeVito to beat.

The Pick: Tommy DeVito over 29.5 Rushing Yards (-135)

Derek Carr

As is the case with the Giants, I also expect a run-oriented game plan from New Orleans. The Saints’ defense should be able to handle Giants QB Tommy DeVito and Co., and their offense is more talented than New York’s as well. The Achilles heel for the Saints’ offense has been a propensity for turnovers, which is the only way I could see them losing this game.

Saints QB Derek Carr has been intercepted in each of his last three games, but the coaching staff should be able to reduce his workload this week. The Giants allow 135 rushing yards per game this year, which ranks 29th in the NFL. Giving lots of carries to running backs Alvin Kamara, Jamaal Williams and Taysom Hill (if healthy) is the best route to success for the Saints. They should be able to grind down the Giants, which will reduce Carr’s chances of throwing an interception. That is the blueprint for New Orleans, so I will be betting the under on Derek Carr’s passing line.

The Pick: Derek Carr under 219.5 Passing Yards (-130)Best Same-Game Parlay Picks for Giants vs. Saints Week 15: 3-Leg Parlay Pick (+425)

Spread Bet

Leg 1: New Orleans Saints -5 (-120)

Total Points

Leg 2: Under 39.5 points (-105)

Receiving Yards

Leg 3: Derek Carr under 219.5 Passing Yards (-130)

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