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The Commanders are five-point home favorites, and here, we’ll examine the game via single-player props.
Let’s dive in.
Since Week 8, McLaurin has just one touchdown, which came in Week 13.
Coming out of the bye week, McLaurin faces the Giants again after playing them just two weeks ago.
Against the Giants, he had 12 targets, eight receptions, 105 yards, and a touchdown.
At home this time, McLaurin will face a cornerback duo of Fabian Moreau and Nick McCloud, who have allowed five scores. McCloud has played just 179 coverage snaps this season, however.
McLaurin should continue to be the top target here and have another good game against the Giants.
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Jones is a deceiving good running quarterback. He’s run for 542 yards this year and has had 51 designed runs called.
In his last game against the Commanders, Jones at 71 rushing yards, and this season he’s topped 27.5 yards in six games.
The Commanders pass rush is stout, and establishing a rushing attack with both Jones and running back Saquon Barkley is an excellent way to try to throw them off.
Jones had seven designed runs against the Giants, like most he’s had in a game since Week 7.
Look for Jones to get plenty of rushing opportunities, whether designed or scrambling.
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Heinicke has started seven games this season, and he’s had two passing touchdowns in four of them.
His most recent was against these same Giants in Week 13, attempting 41 passes.
This is the same Giants defense they faced two weeks ago, and the Commanders are coming out of a bye week.
Brian Robinson Jr. had 21 carries, so Heinicke has demonstrated he can still get the passing touchdowns even with a full workload from Robinson Jr.
Look for McLaurin, Jahan Dotson, and Curtis Samuel to handle these Giants cornerbacks.
After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
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