Giants Schedule: Predicting the score of all 4 remaining games

How much more magic does Tommy DeVito have in him?

Dec 11, 2023; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA; New York Giants quarterback Tommy DeVito (15) reacts
Dec 11, 2023; East Rutherford, New Jersey, USA; New York Giants quarterback Tommy DeVito (15) reacts / Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports
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After three straight wins, the New York Football Giants are back in the playoff race, for now at least. Tommy DeVito, known in this part of the country as Tommy Cutlets, has been a sensation and was named NFC Player of the Week for his efforts in Week 14.

DeVito has the Giants at 5-8, just one game out of the final NFC Wild Card spot. Big Blue's odds of making the playoffs are still relatively slim thanks to a difficult final four-game stretch: at the Saints, at the Eagles on Christmas, home vs the Rams on New Year's Eve, and home vs the Eagles.

It is the season of hope, so keep believing because the Giants playoff season is very much alive. It is also very likely they end up with a Top 10 pick. Giants fans should root for one of two things to happen over the final stretch of the season.

1: Big Blue wins out and makes the playoffs. DeVito mania surpasses Linsanity for the most unexpected run in New York sports

2: New York loses all their remaining games and gets the highest draft pick possible. 

Regardless of what happens, it's going to be an interesting Holiday season in the Big Apple. Here are my score predictions for each of New York's final four games:

Week 15: New York Giants at New Orleans Saints

The Saints are a very average team and the most inconsistent in football. In his first year in New Orleans, Derek Carr has dealt with various injuries and has thrown for just 13 touchdowns in 13 games while posting a 46.5 QBR, 23rd in the NFL.

That being said, New Orleans has both an above-average offense (averages 21.9 points a game, 15th in the NFL) and defense (gives up 20.1 points a game, 15th in the NFL). New Orleans has playmakers at all three levels of the defense and will present DeVito with the biggest challenge he has faced since Big Blue visited Dallas in early November. 

The last time the Giants went to New Orleans, they won 27-21 in overtime, the signature win of the Joe Judge era. Unlike the last time these two teams played, the Giants will have a significant coaching advantage in this one, with Brian Daboll's offense squaring off against Dennis Allen's defense. 

The Saints struggle running the football, and Wink Martindale's D will sell out to stop the pass. Big Blue goes to the Bayou and wins a close one.

Prediction: Giants 21, Saints 20

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