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Washington Football Team -1 -110 48  -110o xx
Atlanta Falcons Odds +1 -110 48  -110u xx

**Odds as of 09/27**

A pair of one-win NFC teams will face off at Mercedes Benz stadium when the Washington Football team will travel to Atlanta to face the Falcons. Washington looks to bounce back after getting absolutely pummeled by the Buffalo Bills 43-21 on Sunday.

The Falcons look to add another win after a solid performance against the New York Giants, winning 17-14. The latest NFL betting odds have the game as a pick ‘em while the total is set at 48½.

Buffalo walked all over the Washington football team. Playing on the road for the first time, Washington gave up 481 total yards, including five total touchdowns to quarterback Josh Allen. The game was never really competitive as Buffalo led 21-0 early and didn’t look back.

The defense offered little resistance and the talented defensive line could not get any pressure on Allen, failing to sack the star quarterback. Allen threw for 358 yards and four touchdowns and also rushed for a touchdown.

Washington was just as abysmal on offense. Quarterback Taylor Heinicke threw two interceptions, star running back Antonio Gibson had just 31 yards and Buffalo held Washington to just 290 total yards on offense. Washington turned the ball over three times, which resulted in 17 points.

Head coach Arthur Smith and the Atlanta Falcons picked up their first win at the Giants. Quarterback Matt Ryan found Olamide Zaccheaus and Lee Smith for touchdowns while throwing 243 yards. Kicker Younghoe Koo was the hero as he nailed a 40-yard field goal as time expired, giving the Falcons their first win.

Over the first two weeks, Atlanta has allowed the most total points in the league (80). However, the defense showed up against the Giants. The Falcons held the Giants to just 14 total points and just six points at the half. The coverage was solid all day Atlanta allowed just 5.4 yards per play and got to Daniel Jones twice in the backfield.

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