Market Watch69% of the tickets are on the home team. That number could rise once the dust settles on Sunday action and people look to double up (or recover losses) on Monday. What should the fair line be? Your guess is as good as mine because these are two teams that underwent some significant changes in the offseason and feature two erratic quarterbacks.
But ... they are all under a new regime with complex schemes being installed on both sides of the ball. How will Stafford handle that? Do they have the personnel to mix things up on defense? The secondary looks like a nightmare on paper.
The Giants were pretty terrible last season and they did a complete roster turnover. How will Eli and company do in a "West Coast Spread"? The OL won't have to be great, but can they even be average? Will their pass rush be among the top 15? It might be a few weeks before our picture of the Giants comes into focus, and it's best to just sit this one out and see what unfolds.
This game might not be pretty, but it has the chance to be really entertaining..