The Washington Commanders and New York Giants will face-off in an NFC East showdown.
The division title may not be in the books for the Commanders, but an NFC wild card race is certainly a possibility. That's why a win over the lowly Giants is absolutely critical for their season.
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Commanders vs. Giants odds, spread, and total
Commanders vs. Giants betting trends
- The UNDER is 13-7 in the Commanders' last 20 games
- Giants are 4-1 ATS in their last five games vs. Commanders
- Commanders are 7-2 ATS in their last nine road games
- The UNDER is 5-1 in the Commanders' last six road games vs. Giants
- Giants are 1-6 ATS in their last seven games
- The UNDER is 6-1 in the Giants' last seven games
- Giants are 1-9-1 straight up in their last 11 games vs. NFC East opponents
Commanders vs. Giants injury reports
Washington Commanders injury report
- Charles Leno Jr. - OT - Questionable
- Montez Seat - DE - Questionable
- Christian Holmes - CB - Questionable
New York Giants injury report
- Daniel Jones - QB - Questionable
- D.J. Davidson - DT - Questionable
- Matt Peart - OT - Questionable
- John Michael Schmitz Jr. - C - Questionable
- Andrew Thomas - OT - Questionable
Commanders vs. Giants how to watch
- Date: Sunday, Oct. 22
- Game Time: 1:00 p.m. EST
- Venue: MetLife Stadium
- How to Watch (TV): CBS
- Washington Commanders Record: 3-3
- New York Giants Record: 1-5
Commanders vs. Giants key players to watch
Curtis Samuel: The Commanders wide receiver has become one of their best offensive weapons this season, hauling in 27-of-31 targets for 285 yards and two touchdowns. Depth at the wide receiver position can cause bad matchups for a lot of teams, and that's exactly what Curtis Samuel gives Washington.
New York Giants
Wan'Dale Robinson: The Giants may have an emerging star in Wan'Dale Robinson. After missing the first two games, he has exploded the past four weeks, hauling in 22 receptions for 141 yards. He's not exactly a deep threat, but he's been a sure-handed targets for the Giants to target on third down. That's a huge addition that was much-needed for this offense.
Commanders vs. Giants prediction and pick
I just can't find any level of justification to bet on the New York Giants. They're dead last in the NFL in net yards per play at -2, and even when their defense is able to put on a good performance, their offense fails to perform.
Now, the worst offensive line in the league has to take on a stout Commanders' pass rush that's 11th in the league in sack percentage, taking down the opposing quarterback on 8.41% of their drop backs.
Washington has had issues on defense this season, but its pass rush has been its biggest strength and it should have no issue getting after the quarterback on Sunday.
Until the Giants prove me wrong, I'm going to continue to bet against them. They look like the worst team in the league.
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