The Washington Commanders host the New York Giants to close out the Sunday slate of Week 15 of the NFL season.
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The Giants and Commanders squared off two weeks ago and tied 20-20. The Commanders are coming off a bye week, so they’ll be better rested than the Giants, but we think the Giants cover here.
The Commanders have a potent pass rush, especially with Chase Young in the lineup. Still, the Giants have a solid rushing unit of running back Saquon Barkley and quarterback Daniel Jones.
Jones ran well against the Commanders in their last outing, totaling 71 yards.
At receiver, the Giants don’t have superstars by any means. Still, they have winnable matchups against Commanders cornerbacks Christian Holmes and Kendall Fuller.
Fuller has played relatively well this year, but Jones should be able to utilize the passing game enough to keep the Commanders defense honest.
The Commanders win this one, but the Giants will keep it close.
As mentioned, the Commanders played the Giants just two weeks ago, and in that game, McLaurin went for over 100 yards and scored for the first time since Week 7.
Against the Giants, he’ll match up with the same cornerbacks—Fabian Moreau and Nick McCloud.
Together, these two corners have allowed five touchdowns, with two coming from McCloud, who’s played less than 180 snaps in coverage this year.
Jones has run for nearly 550 yards this season. While he’s also scrambled plenty, he’s had 51 designed runs, meaning the team drew the play up that way.
Against the Commanders, he had seven designed runs, the most he’s had since Week 5.
In his last game against the Commanders, Jones had 71 rushing yards. This season he’s gone over 24.5 rushing yards seven times.
Look for Jones to continue running here.
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