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The Giants went 2-1 in the preseason. In their last preseason game, the Giants were edged by the Jets 31-27. Chris Streveler’s five-yard touchdown pass to Calvin Jackson with 22 seconds left clinched the win for the Jets. The Titans were also 2-1 during preseason play. The Titans narrowly defeated the visiting Arizona Cardinals 26-23 in their preseason finale. Logan Woodside’s nine-yard rushing score with 52 seconds to go iced the victory for the Titans.
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Last season, the Giants’ offense ranked 24th in rushing yards (99.3) and 31st in points per game (15.2) and passing yards (188.0). Quarterback Daniel Jones passed for 2,428 yards, 10 touchdowns, and seven interceptions in 11 games. His backup Mike Glennon, now a free agent, went for 790 yards, four touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
Saquon Barkley and Devontae Booker (now a free agent) each had 593 yards and two touchdowns on the ground. Barkley, the 2018 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year, appeared in 13 games last season after only playing in two contests in 2020 due to a right ACL tear.
The Giants had no receivers over 600 yards and no pass catchers with more than three receiving touchdowns. Wide receiver Kenny Golladay had 37 receptions for 521 yards. Tight end Evan Engram led the Giants with 46 receptions and three touchdowns, plus 408 yards.
Defensively, the Giants ranked 23rd in points per game (24.5). Linebacker Tae Crowder paced the Giants with 130 tackles and also had two interceptions. Defensive end Leonard Williams led the Giants with 6.5 sacks and had 81 tackles. Safety Xavier McKinney tallied a team-high five interceptions along with 93 tackles. Safety Logan Ryan, now on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, was second on the Giants in tackles (117).
Last season, the Titans’ offense ranked fifth in rushing yards (141.4), 15th in points per game (24.6), and 24th in passing yards (201.1). Quarterback Ryan Tannehill passed for 3,734 yards, 21 touchdowns, and 14 interceptions. Tannehill for now is listed as the starting quarterback, with 2022 draft pick Malik Willis as his sole backup.
Running back Derrick Henry rushed for 937 yards and 10 touchdowns in eight games prior to getting injured. A.J. Brown, the Titans’ top receiver last season (63 receptions, 869 yards, five touchdowns), is now on the Philadelphia Eagles.
Meanwhile, the Titans’ defense ranked sixth in points per game (20.8). Safety Kevin Harold was tops on the Titans in total tackles (88) and interceptions (5). Linebacker Harold Landry III led the Titans with 12 sacks and was tied for second in total tackles. Defensive tackle Jeffery Simmons finished second on the Titans in sacks (8.5) along with 54 tackles and six pass deflections.
As of Sept. 9, defensive end Kayvon Thibodeaux (knee) and linebacker Azeez Ojulari (calf) are doubtful for the Giants.
Cornerback Lonnie Johnson (groin) and offensive tackle Jamarco Jones (triceps) are out for the Titans. Linebacker Ola Adenniyi is questionable for the Titans. Linebacker Chance Campbell (knee) and cornerback Elijah Molden (groin) are on the injured reserve list.
The Titans are favored by 5.5 points against the Giants. For the money line, it’s Giants +200 and Titans -250. The over/under is set for 43.5 points.
Behind a strong rushing performance from Barkley, the Giants should cover the spread and pull off the upset in Nashville.
Written by Rolando Rosa, our US sports betting industry expert.