New York Giants 2020 Schedule Breakdown

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The Giants finished the 2019 season with a 4-12 record, their third consecutive season with five wins or less. Giants new Head Coach Joe Judge will start his career in front of the Giants home crowd as New York opens the season in 2020 on Monday Night at against a Steelers squad that went 8-8 in 2019. In addition to the Giants opponents in the NFC East, they will also take on teams from the NFC West and AFC North.

Full Schedule

  • Week 1: vs. Steelers
  • Week 2: at Bears
  • Week 3: vs. 49ers
  • Week 4: at Rams
  • Week 5: at Cowboys
  • Week 6: vs. Redskins
  • Week 7: at Eagles
  • Week 8: vs. Buccaneers
  • Week 9: at Redskins
  • Week 10: vs. Eagles
  • Week 11: BYE
  • Week 12: at Bengals
  • Week 13: at Seahawks
  • Week 14: vs. Cardinals
  • Week 15: vs. Browns
  • Week 16: at Ravens
  • Week 17: vs. Cowboys

Primetime Action

  • Monday Night Football: Week 1 at home vs. Steelers
  • Thursday Night Football: Week 7 at Philadelphia vs. Eagles
  • Monday Night Football: Week 8 at home vs. Buccaneers

Check complete schedules for Monday Night Football, Thursday Night Football, and Sunday Night Football

Giants Projected Win Total and Odds: 6.5 wins OVER -110/UNDER -110

Read Patricia Traina from GiantsCountry analysis on the Giants schedule.

Fun Facts from 2019: 

  • Daniel Jones scored 17 of his 26 TDs in four of his 13 games while also passing 1,318 of his 3,027 yards (43.5 percent) in those contests.
  • From Week 2 to Week 14 over eight games, Saquon Barkley gained 628 combined yards with 34 catches and two TDs). His play was much better over his final three games (539 combined yards with 11 catches and five TDs) while doubling his previous failure (3.1) in yards per rush (6.2).
  • Darius Slayton had 15 catches for 275 yards and four TDs in his two best games while only catching 33 balls for 465 yards and four TDs in his other 12 games.
  • The Giants’ defense allowed 3.86 yards per rush (4th), but they gave up 22 rushing TDs (30th).
  • Their defense didn’t allow a receiving TD to a running back (90 catches), but they ranked 31st in TDs allowed to WRs (22).