New York is 6-2 but coming off a tough loss against the Pittsburgh Steelers. On the other side, the Bengals are absolutely reeling, losers of four straight and owners of a 3-5 record.
The over/under is 48.5, which is pretty standard for an NFL game. One trend to look at is the Giants on the road in their last six games have gone under in five of them. Despite being an explosive offensive team, New York still has an old-school coach in Tom Coughlin, who's not afraid to provide a heavy dose of the running game at times.
Cincinnati has struggled at home all year, only posting a 1-3 mark in Paul Brown Stadium. The lone win came back in the home opener against the Bengals' state and division rivals, the Cleveland Browns.
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