Giants' Win Total Points to Disappointing 2020 Despite Solid Offseason

David Kaestle
Saquon Barkley is poised for a monster year in 2020.
Saquon Barkley is poised for a monster year in 2020. / Steven Ryan/Getty Images
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The New York Giants have endured three straight losing seasons now and over the span have the worst combined record in the NFL. Needless to say, the G-Men are in dire need of a turnaround campaign in 2020.

They had a solid offseason that consisted of signing a big-name free agent in James Bradberry and doing an excellent job of addressing issues on the offensive line, selecting three offensive lineman in the first five rounds of the NFL Draft.

Giants Win Total 2020

However, if you take a look at their projected win total on FanDuel Sportsbook, it doesn't paint an ideal picture if you're a Giants fan. The team's win total has been set at 6 for this season.

When you consider the Giants won four games in 2019 with a terrible offensive line, a rookie quarterback and a star running back that missed time due to injury, it seems like the Giants win total is on the low side.

Now entering 2020, with a revamped offensive line, an improved defense, a healthy running back and a young quarterback that showed promise as a rookie with some experience under his belt, the Giants could end up being one of the surprise teams.

New York might not be playoff bound in 2020, but sharing a division with the Washington Redskins along with all of their improvements, they could definitely see more than 6 wins.


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