Washington Football Team: Five bold predictions vs. Giants in Week 6

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Sep 13, 2020; Landover, Maryland, USA; Washington Football Team defensive end Ryan Kerrigan (91) celebrates in front of Washington Football Team defensive tackle Jonathan Allen (93) after a sack against the Philadelphia Eagles in the third quarter at FedExField. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Here are some bold predictions for the Washington Football Team’s matchup with the New York Giants in Week 6.

The Washington Football Team is squaring off with the New York Giants in a Week 6 matchup that should determine whether or not they will have a chance to compete in the ultra-weak NFC East.

The Giants enter the game at 0-5 and are desperate for a win. Meanwhile, Washington is on a four-game losing streak at 1-4 yet is only a game back of the Dallas Cowboys, who sit in first place in the NFC East despite losing their star quarterback, Dak Prescott, for the season.

Both teams have new coaches, Joe Judge and Ron Rivera. Both teams are desperate to start moving in the right direction. That could create a fun, competitive atmosphere on Sunday in a divisional rivalry game that should be closely contested.

Because of how much this game means to both squads, this contest could get heated and crazy fast. Here are some bold predictions for this high-effort contest that will decide the temporary cellar-dweller in the NFC East.

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