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Washington Redskins at New York Giants odds, picks and best bets
26th September, 16:01In Week 4 of the NFL season, the (0-3) Washington Redskins will take on the (1-2) New York Giants at MetLife Stadium.
Redskins at Giants: Preview, betting trends and notes
Washington has won just one game in its previous 10 contests, losing six straight games at home. The Redskins and Giants went 1-1 SU in 2018, but New York holds a 101-69-4 all-time record. The Giants are 0-1 SU and ATS this season against NFC East teams, while the Redskins are 0-2 SU, but 1-1 ATS in the division. The Redskins are 4-8 ATS in their last 12 games against the Giants. The score has gone OVER in all five of the Giants' last five games against an NFC opponent. The total has gone OVER in four of Washington's last five games played in September. Redskins at Giants: Key injuries and Notable Starts The Giants will be without star running back Saquon Barkley for the next several weeks, and rookie quarterback Daniel Jones will be starting his second career game. RB Derrius Guice is on the IR for Washington, and TE Jordan Reed is questionable to play while he continues to deal with a concussion that has held him out since Week 3 of the preseason. Redskins at Giants: Odds, betting lines and prediction
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Giants 24, Redskins 21
Call me crazy, but the Redskins (+125)are tempting here. They are coming off a horrendous defeat where the defense gave up 28 first-half points and left with their head coach worrying about his job security. As defensive end, Jonathan Allen said after the game, it is time for them to band together and figure something out. The offense has proved serviceable under Case Keenum, though he had five turnovers on Monday, and the defense looked great in flashes. Don't be shocked if Washington can shut down a Saquon-less Giants team and give the rookie quarterback fits while exposing a porous New York defense.
New to sports betting? The Redskins would return a $12.50 profit on a $10 wager if they're able to pull off an upset win over the Giants.
Against the Spread (?)
The Giants -2.5 (-121)is the safest play here due to what we saw from both teams last week. If Daniel Jones is the player we saw against Tampa Bay last week, then he should have no problem picking apart the Redskins defense and running away with a victory. For the Giants to return a profit here, an outright win OR not losing by more than three points would turn a $10 wager into an $8.26 profit.
The projected total of 49.5 points is something that we can look to exploit here. Both the Giants and Redskins have shown the ability to score this year, while neither team is very good at stopping other teams from scoring. Both teams on average are giving up over 30 points per game, so this could potentially turn into a shootout when all is said and done. Hammer the OVER and count your cash.
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