Reacting to Jets, Giants wins over unders in 2021 | What Are The Odds | SNY

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MARIA MARINO: Time for What Are The Odds? as we check out projected win totals for the Jets and Giants. It's that time. Vegas has the number of wins for the Jets listed at 6. The odds for them to go over that are -130. So if you bet 130, you'd win $100. The Giants win total is 7. And they're at -110 to go either way.

Here with Marc Malusis and John Jastremski. And we'll start with you, Moose, your initial reaction to the Jets and Giants win totals for the new 17 game regular season.

MARC MALUSIS: Yeah, Maria, I'll start with the Jets. I think it's right on the number. You know, I really do, especially if you have a rookie quarterback in Zach Wilson starting week one 17 week schedule. You look at the Miami Dolphins, improved Bills, Patriots. Regardless of who their quarterback is, even if it ends up being Cam Newton, they'll be a better team. So I could see that and I think Sal is a drastic improvement over [INAUDIBLE]. So I think that's right on the number at 6.

As far as the Giants go, I like the Giants as being an over. They're all in. John Merrill wants to win games. You look at Joe Judge, he's got 25 guys on his coaching staff. They've got the 11th overall pick. They were aggressive in free agency. As long as Daniel Jones takes a step forward, I think the Giants can clear that seven win number, get themselves to eight or nine victories even in the 17 game season.

JOHN JASTREMSKI: Well, the amazing thing with these new over under totals for 2021 is that you have this additional game thrown in. So normally you think of teams, you're like, all right, they're are 6 win team. Now you've kind of got to think differently. I agree with you, Moose, on the Giants. I think they're an over. I think it's a very vulnerable NFC East. I think the Dallas Cowboys are beatable. I think it's a rebuilding year for the Philadelphia Eagles with a new head coach. And the Giants are in the business of trying to win. They went and signed Kenny Golladay. They brought in Kyle Rudolph. I think they're going to go get another weapon in the first round of this draft. The Giants better be an over at 7 wins.

On the other hand, when I see the Jets, see, this is where the total is very dicey. Six wins might be right on the number. Improved AFCs, Buffalo's loaded, Miami's well coached, and New England spent a boatload in free agency. I'd lean towards the under.

MARIA MARINO: It's pretty sad for Jets fans. Hopeful for Giants fans. JJ, Moose, thanks guys.