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In Week 11 of the NFL season, we have some NFC East action ahead of us, with the Washington Commanders and New York Giants coming off Week 10 losses.
Below are the three best bets for this matchup from a props betting perspective.
In Week 10, Tommy Devito had two passing touchdowns but had less than 100 passing yards. He’s far from a passing aficionado, but at +150, there’s some value to this interception prop.
He’s thrown three interceptions this year, including his most recent start and relief appearance, and two in Week 9.
The Commanders have six interceptions this season, but three came in one game against the Falcons.
Sure, Devito is certainly a candidate to be that outlier regarding interceptions thrown. Still, the Commander defense allows over 116 rushing yards per game, so look for the Giants to approach this game with a run-heavy approach. Devito had 27 attempts last week in a blowout, but his expectation here should be under 20.
Howell has been a fantasy football sensation this year. He leads the league in dropbacks, attempts, completions, and yards. His touchdown numbers are high, but they’re not leading the league—he’s tied for fifth.
There have been four multi-passing touchdown games this season against the Giants, but this offense and defense are so bad that teams like to run on them.
The Giants are 24th in rushing yards allowed at 131.2. Howell will still have plenty of yards, but approaching this from the ground game is fairly likely here.
Heading into this matchup, McLaurin has just two touchdowns on 51 receptions for 601 yards. Here, he’ll see plenty of Adoree Jackson, who’s allowing over 75% of his targets to be caught for 396 yards, 14.1 yards per catch, and just one touchdown.
The Giants allow over 188 yards and one touchdown per game to opposing wide receivers. McLaurin is in a great matchup here.
*All statistics courtesy of Pro Football Focus.
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