Giants need to open with a win over Denver on Sunday. Surprisingly enough they are 2 ½ point underdogs at home against a team that only won 5 games last season. Talk about no respect for the Giants. Here is the bottom line: If the Giants offensive can be at least serviceable, the Giants will beat the Bronco’s and have a good season. Quarterback Daniel Jones will take the next step in year three of his career, and running Saquon Barkley makes the Giants offense instantly better with his return from a Torn ACL.

Giants will beat Denver 21-10, and beat out Dallas and Washington to win the NFC-East Title.

What about the rest of the NFL landscape? We asked Freddie Coleman a number of questions above on the first of many Friday interviews with the host of Freddie and Fitzsimmons, every weeknight on 104.5 the Team from 9 pm to 1 am. One of those question was about the Quarterback of the New York Jets Zach Wilson and all the praise he has received from the likes of Tony Romo. It is some lofty expectations for the Jets quarterback and he will have a golden opportunity in Charlotte this weekend.

The other major point that Freddie brought to the table was his love of the 49ers this season as a Dark Horse in the NFC West. I like Seattle in that division and my partner Eric Hannmann is picking the Arizona Cardinals. I think that shows that that is easily the bets division in football and will have our interests peaked all season.

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