It will be interesting to see if the Giants can build off their second half performance. Brian Daboll started calling plays after halftime in Week 2 and that worked well for this offense. Daniel Jones looked like the quarterback that earned his contract in the second half of this matchup. Saquon went down with an injury which is not good for this team, but they don't think its too serious. He should only miss a few weeks. The defense also must be better under Wink Martindale.
San Francisco is exactly who we thought they were. After blowing out the Pittsburgh Steelers, they won handily against the Los Angeles Rams as well in Week 2. Brock Purdy has missed a number of big throws that hurt the offense, but they still were able to put up 30 points. Look for the passing game to improve as the season goes on.
How to watch Giants vs. 49ers on Thursday Night Football in Week 3
Date: Thursday, September 21
Start time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Live stream: Prime Video
TV channel: N/A
Location: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
Odds: 49ers -535, Giants +400, O/U 45.5
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