Washington Injury Report vs Falcons Week 4
Let’s start with the good news, shall we? Ron Rivera confirmed that Curtis Samuel (groin) will be active for Sunday’s game. This is a bit surprising as Washington had a 21-day window to activate Samuel, but we’re not complaining!
Time for the bad news. On Thursday, Brandon Scherff (chest) and Benjamin St-Juste (concussion) were listed as DNPs. Charles Leno also didn’t practice, but the veteran was merely given a rest day.
Matt Ioannidis (knee) got in a limited session, which gives him a good chance at returning after he missed Week 3. Antonio Gibson, on the other hand, is dealing with a shin injury and was listed as questionable for Sunday.
Washington vs Falcons Odds, Spread, Over/Under & Betting Pick Week 4
WynnBet’s Week 4 NFL odds have Washington as two-point road favorites. They’ll have -105 odds to win by two or more points (bet $105 to win $100). If you prefer the moneyline, the Football Team is -125 to win outright. The over/under for Sunday is set at 48.5 points, with both sides getting -110 odds.
It’s go time for Washington after their 22-point loss to Buffalo. The Mercedes Benz Stadium faithful will be rambunctious, but that’s pretty much all the Falcons have going for them in this one. Expect bounce back performances from both the offense and defense on Sunday en route to a 31-21 win for Washington.
What Channel is the Washington Game on Week 4?
Sunday’s game will be broadcast on FOX.
Washington vs Falcons Live Stream
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Washington Next Game and Schedule
Washington will play next in Week 5 at home against the New Orleans Saints, who will be a major step up in competition. After that, things get even more difficult for the WFT. Here’s what they’re looking at for the next month.
- Week 4: vs New Orleans
- Week 5: vs Kansas City
- Week 6: @ Green Bay
- Week 7: @ Denver