Washington Football Team vs New York Giants News & Picks
Washington Football Team vs New York Giants Odds
|Washington Football Team||+2½ -105||43 -110 O||+125|
|New York Giants||-2½ -115||43 -110 U||-145|
**Odds as of 10/15**
Straight Up (Sebastian Morera)
The Washington Football Team enters Week 6’s game against the Giants sporting a 1-4 record. Although they kicked the season off with a solid 27-17 win over the Eagles, they have failed to duplicate those results. So far Washington has suffered losses to the Cardinals, Browns, Ravens and Rams. Fortunately for the organization, they’re paired up against the still winless New York Giants. Albeit, New York is feeling better after nearly upsetting Dallas in Week 5.
Daniel Jones still leads the Giants in rushing yards with 130 on the year. There’s really nothing else that needs to be said about the Giants. Stick with the Washington Football Team.
Against the Spread (Devlin Duckett)
Since their Week 1 upset of the Eagles, the Washington Football Team (1-4) hasn’t won another game. Fortunately for Washington, its Week 6 opponent the NY Giants (0-5) haven’t managed to win any. This game should be close and surprisingly entertaining, and in a situation such as this it’s best to roll with the home team.
The Football team hasn’t decided on a final team name yet, and they also have quite a bit of uncertainty surrounding the quarterback position. We might see Kyle Allen, Alex Smith, and Dwayne Haskins behind center on Sunday, a revolving QB carousel. Washington has given up 21 sacks so far this season, including eight last week vs the Rams. The Giants will turn up the heat and keep the offense off balance enough to nab their first victory of 2020, winning by a field goal.
It’s Raining Ducketts: Free ATS Pick, NY Giants -2½
Over/Under (Zack Robinson)
Alex Smith is back, but HC Ron Rivera confirmed that the Washington Football Team starting QB is Kyle Allen.
Smith will be ready if Allen can’t perform, precisely what happened in Week 5. Clearly, Smith needs more time to regain confidence.
The Washington Football Team averages 17.8 points per game (third worst in the league) and the total has gone over in six of Washington’s last eight games.
The New York Giants remain winless and QB Daniel Jones keeps throwing more interceptions (5) than touchdowns (2).
RB Devonta Freeman scored his first touchdown in Week 5, but he’s not the dominant player he was with the Atlanta Falcons.
The Giants average 16.2 points per game (second worst in the league) and the total has gone under in five of the Giants’ last eight games. Go under in a close one.