The 2017 NFL preseason schedule for Week 2 wraps up with a matchup between the New York giants and Cleveland Browns. The two squads will battle on the gridiron as part of an exhibition game for Monday Night Football just a few weeks ahead of the regular season. The Giants will be trying to get their first win, while Cleveland will try to give their fans a second behind rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer. Here's the latest Giants vs. Browns preview including matchup odds, game time, TV channel and how to watch it live streaming online.

Game preview

In Week 1, the New York Giants fell to the Pittsburgh Steelers 20-12.

Eli Manning and the rest of the major players didn't participate in the game. Backup QB Geno Smith went 10-for-16 with his passing and had 114 yards with an interception. The Giants received all 12 points from their kickers Mike Nugent and Aldrich Rosas on field goals, so they'll look to get the offense going with different personnel possibly getting time on the field tonight.

For the Cleveland Browns, it's not yet the regular season, but fans are certainly excited by what DeShone Kizer showed them in Week 1. The rookie quarterback had an impressive debut throwing 11-of-18 passes for 184 yards and a touchdown. That TD pass came late in the game to help grab the victory for the Browns. Cleveland also had rushing touchdowns from Terrence Magee and Matthew Dayes to aid in the 20-14 win over the New Orleans Saints.

Will Kizer show more of his skills in tonight's game?

Odds makers have the NY Giants as two-point favorites for tonight's point spread. The money line has the Giants as -130 favorites with the Browns as +110 underdogs at home. For tonight's over/under, bettors can consider 37 total points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Monday night's game featuring the NY Giants vs. Cleveland Browns is scheduled to start at 8 p.m. Eastern Time. The live televised coverage of this matchup is available exclusively on ESPN. Cable and satellite viewers who have the channel can also see the game live streaming online with the WatchESPN website or compatible apps.

Another free live streaming option for those without cable or satellite is SlingTV. The special channel streaming service is currently available for a one-week free trial to all new customers who try it. The first channel package available includes ESPN, ESPN2, and a range of other channels to enjoy for a full week. See more details at the website.