Washington Football Team vs Detroit Lions News & Picks
Washington Football Team vs Detroit Lions Odds
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**Odds as of 11/26**
Against the Spread (Devlin Duckett)
From now on, Alex Smith is going to be under center for the Washington Football Team. Kyle Allen suffered an ankle injury and Smith is ready to be HC Ron Rivera’s guy.
The Washington Football Team haven’t scored more than 25 points in their last seven games.
Washington averages 19.1 points per game (third-worst in the league) and the total has gone under in four of their last five games against an opponent from the NFC.
Matthew Stafford and the Detroit Lions have scored 23 points or less in each of their last three games.
WR Kenny Golladay was out in Week 9. He remains questionable for Week 10; he really could do the difference.
The Lions average 24.6 points per game and the total has gone over in four of Detroit’s last five games against an opponent from the NFC East.
Go over as both secondaries are weak and both quarterbacks can go really deep.
Over/Under (Zack Robinson)
Matthew Stafford’s passing woes will continue against Washington’s top-ranked passing defense. With WR Kenny Golladay (hip) likely out, Detroit will rely heavily on the run. The Lions have lost two straight, and the Football Team is in a great position to cover the spread (and win). Washington QB Alex Smith is back in the saddle, and should shake off the three interceptions he threw last week. Smith threw for 325 passing yards in his return, and we can expect Terry McLaurin to have a huge game in Detroit. The Football Team earns their third win, and the Lions slink off towards the basement of the NFC North. Football Team 26, Lions 20
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