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Giants at Jaguars 2014: Odds favor the Giants, barely

Will Giants be able to feat on one-win Jaguars?

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Blake Bortles
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The New York Giants, 3-8 and losers of six straight games, will be the favorite on Sunday when they face the 1-10 Jacksonville Jaguars at EverBank Field in Jacksonville. Depending on which oddsmaker you use, the Giants are currently anywhere from a 2.5 to 3-point favorite.

The down-trodden Jaguars have only that one victory, a 24-6 win over the Cleveland Browns, and have lost four straight. Giants quarterback Eli Manning warned on Monday, however, that the Giants have zero reason to go into Jacksonville feeling like the game is an automatic victory.

"We are going to Jacksonville, they have one win, and we have three wins. I don't think we are in a position to label anybody or to think we are better than anybody," Manning said. "We have to play well. We've got to find a way to get a win, we've got to put 60 minutes together and play great football for that whole time."

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