The New York Giants (2-8) travel to face off against the Washington Commanders (4-6) on Sunday, November 19th. This game will be played at FedEx Field in FedEx Field and televised on FOX. Both the Giants and Commanders will be looking to bounce back from losses in their previous games. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:00 ET.
Giants vs Commanders
The Giants Look To Bounce Back From A Loss
This week, the Giants are hoping to bounce back from a 49-17 loss to the Cowboys. The Giants had a 32-point loss, resulting in a defeat on their ATS record. They were 17.5-point underdogs going into the game.
Offensively, Tommy Devito finished with 86 passing yards while completing 51% of his passes. On the ground, the Giants ran the ball 23 times for 111 yards. The team went 0/12 on third down.
New York’s defense faced a Dallas offense that threw the ball 44 times for 472 yards in week 10. The Giants gave up a completion percentage of 75.0% on passing plays and a total of 640 yards of offense to the Cowboys.
At 2-8, the Giants are 14th in the NFC and 4th in the NFC-East. This will be New York’s 7th road game this season, where they have gone 1-5.
As the underdog, New York has gone 2-6-1 this season compared to their ATS record of 0-1 as the favorite. At home, the Giants are 1-2-1 ATS and 1-5 vs. the spread on the road. So far this season, the Giants have been given an average over/under line of 41.4 points. Their games have averaged 38.4 points per game, leading to an over/under record of 2-8.
Giants Injury Report
- Deonte Banks – Ankle (Questionable)
- Bryce Ford-Wheaton – Knee (Out)
- Jalin Hyatt – Concussion (Questionable)
- Matt Peart – Shoulder (Out)
- Shane Lemieux – Biceps/groin (Out)
- Andrew Thomas – Knee (Questionable)
- Aaron Robinson – Knee (Out)
- Gary Brightwell – Hamstring (Out)
- Deon Jackson – Concussion (Questionable)
- Eric Gray – Calf (Out)
- Kayvon Thibodeaux – Concussion (Questionable)
- Evan Neal – Ankle (Questionable)
- Cor’Dale Flott – Shoulder (Questionable)
- Joshua Ezeudu – Toe (Out)
- Mark Glowinski – Non Injury Related (personal) (Questionable)
- Darren Waller – Hamstring (Out)
- Jarrad Davis – Knee (Out)
- Adoree’ Jackson – Concussion/neck (Questionable)
- Tyrod Taylor – Ribs (Out)
- Graham Gano – Knee (Out)
- J.C. Hassenauer – Triceps (Out)
- Daniel Jones – Knee (Out)
- Tommy Sweeney – Illness (Out)
The Commanders Look To Bounce Back From A Loss
The Commanders are coming off a game where they were defeated by the Seahawks with a final score of 29-26. Despite a straight-up loss, the Commanders were able to keep things closer than expected as they were 5.5-point underdogs before kickoff.
Offensively, the Commanders rushed the ball 14 times against the Seahawks. Brian Robinson Jr. led the ground attack with 38 yards. Sam Howell made 44 passing attempts, accumulating 312 yards and achieving a passer rating of 109.
When it came to defense, the Commanders yielded 489 yards of total offense to Seattle. Among these yards, 120 were attributed to the rushing game, while 369 yards were given up through 47 attempts by the Seahawks’ offense.
Going into this week 11 NFC matchup, the Commanders have an overall record of 4-6. In the NFC-East standings, the Commanders are in 3rd place and 9th in the NFC. So far, they have gone 2-5 against NFC opponents and 1-3 at home.
The Commanders currently hold a 5-4-1 record against the spread. Currently, their average scoring margin is -5.7. Against the over/under, the Commanders have a record of 5-5. In their games, the average over/under betting line has been 41.4 points, and the games have averaged 49.1 points per contest.
Commanders Injury Report
- Drew White – Knee (Out)
- Curtis Brooks – Undisclosed (Out)
- Armani Rogers – Achilles (Out)
- Ricky Stromberg – Knee (Out)
- Braeden Daniels – Shoulder (Out)
- Dax Milne – Groin (Out)
- Shaka Toney – Suspension (Out)
- Darrick Forrest – Shoulder (Out)
- Cody Barton – Ankle (Out)
- James Smith-Williams – Hamstring (Questionable)
- David Bada – Triceps (Out)
- Saahdiq Charles – Calf (Out)
- Alex Armah – Hamstring (Questionable)
- Jeremy Reaves – Knee (Out)
- Troy Apke – Shoulder (Out)
Giants Offense Breakdown
On offense, the Giants are at 11.8 points per game, putting them 29th in the NFL.
New York currently ranks 23rd in passing attempts and has an average of 4.8 yards per attempt (23). With 145.6 passing yards per game, they are positioned 32nd in the league.
With 113.6 rushing yards per game, the Giants hold the 13th spot in the NFL. This average is coming on an average of 29 rushing attempts (9th).
Commanders Offense Breakdown
Washington’s offense comes in the game as the 15th in scoring at 21.7 PPG. In the first half, the Commanders have struggled with an average of 7.8 points.
Coming into this week’s game Washington’s passing game is ranked 11th in passing yards. Additionally, they are positioned 1st in pass attempts, with an average of 39.7 passes per game.
The Commanders are running the ball an average of 20.2 times per game and currently hold the 26th rank in rushing yards. Per attempt, they are averaging 4.5 yards.
Giants Team Defense
Looking at New York’s defense, they currently stand 26th in points allowed. Opponents have been averaging 26.6 points per game and 368.5 yards per contest against them.
Commanders Team Defense
Washington’s defense has come up with 13 turnovers so far this season. This figure has them 6th in the NFL. Heading into week 11, they are allowing 27.4 points per game and 380.9 yards.
Giants vs Commanders Trends
- Across the Giants last three road games, the team averaged 10 points per game while allowing 31. Their record vs the spread in these contests was 1-2, while going 0-3 straight-up.
- Washington has a 1-2 record in their last three home games. In this stretch, they averaged 17 points per game while allowing 20. The team also performed well vs the spread at 2-1.
- As the betting underdog, the Giants have an ATS mark of just 2-7-1 in their last ten games. New York posted a straight up mark of 1-9 in these matchups.
- Going back to their last five games as the favorite, the Commanders have a straight up record of 1-4. But, their mark vs the spread was just 0-5.
Even though the Giants are the 10-point underdogs on the road, I like them to cover the spread against the Commanders. In their last game, the Commanders defense struggled to get off the field, giving up 27 first-downs. Look for the Giants offense to take advantage of facing a struggling defense.
If you’re looking for a pick on the over/under, the data we have suggests this game finishing below 37 points. For this game, my money is on the under.
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