It's safe to say the morale is not high for NY Giants fans this week. On Monday night, there was hope that the G-Men would take down Seattle and move to 2-2 on the year, but they're now 1-3 this season following the 24-3 defeat. Next up is the showdown with the Miami Dolphins on Sunday afternoon.
The Giants are double-digit underdogs for this contest, with not a lot of people thinking Brian Daboll's men can pull off the upset. Things are only going to be made more difficult for them due to issues on the injury front. In this piece, we've got you covered with everything you need to know ahead of kickoff:
What time is the NY Giants vs. Dolphins game?
Things will get started early on Sunday, with the Giants and Miami set to face off at 1 p.m. ET. Three of the Giants first four games were in primetime, with them losing to Dallas on Sunday Night Football, San Francisco on Thursday Night Football and the Hawks on MNF.
How to watch the Giants vs. Dolphins in Week 4
If you're not going to be at the stadium for this meeting, you can watch via your local FOX affiliate. The game will also be streamed on FOX Sports, while YouTube Premium and YouTube TV are also options for you.
NY Giants vs. Dolphins betting odds
As of this writing, and things can change leading up to Sunday, the Dolphins are 12.5-point favorites over the Giants in Week 5. Quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle are expected to put up huge numbers vs. the NY defense.
Latest NY Giants injury news
There isn't much positive to report here, as the Giants already announced that linemen Andrew Thomas, John Michael Schmitz and Shane Lemieux are all OUT for Week 5. It's unknown if running back Saquon Barkley will be able to play or not due to his ankle injury. No. 26 is officially listed as questionable.