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Point spread, total, money line, injury report and more for Giants-Washington in Week 16

The Giants welcome Daniel Jones back into the starting lineup for their Week 16 matchup with Washington. We break down notable odds, including the point spread, trends, and ATS history.

Daniel Jones of the New York Giants hands off the ball to Saquon Barkley during the second half of their game against the Green Bay Packers at MetLife Stadium on December 01, 2019 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Photo by Emilee Chinn/Getty Images

Daniel Jones has been announced as the starter for the Giants after a two-week absence that saw Eli Manning take the field once again. While it was a nice boost to Saquon Barkley, players like Golden Tate suffered in the meantime. Tate is in a great spot to bounce-back after making just two catches over the last two weeks. Washington’s secondary has been average at best so Tate, along with Darius Slayton and Sterling Shepard should all look to perform well here. While Jones doesn’t target Barkley as much as Manning does, Barkley has a huge opportunity ahead against a Washington run defense that allows an average of 114 rushing yards and 4.8 YPC. Taking a season-high 24 carries last week against the Dolphins, Barkley went for 112 yards and two rushing touchdowns. He has a legitimate chance to continue posting those types of numbers in this matchup.

Give Washington some credit, they’ve been putting up a fight as of late. Averaging 23 points over their last three games, they could give the Giants a bit of a run in this game with how bad their secondary has been. On the year, opposing receivers have allowed an average of 183 receiving yards and 14.4 YPR. Terry McLaurin, who came alive for five receptions and 130 yards last week, could be in for back-to-back huge weeks against this Giants team. The Giants run defense hasn’t been anything special either, giving Adrian Peterson a chance to score for his fourth game in a row. Should Washington fall behind, Chris Thompson could also become a factor with the Giants allowing an average of 45 receiving yards per game to opposing backs. While this game may not be the most attractive on paper, both sides have some matchups that could be worth making the betting interesting.

All odds provided by DraftKings Sportsbook and all odds subject to change.

Giants at Washington

Betting Odds

Point Spread: Giants +2
Total Points: 42.5
Money Line: Giants +110; Washington -125

Records

Overall: Giants 3-11; Washington 3-11
ATS: Giants 6-8; Washington 6-8
O/U: Giants 8-6; Washington 6-8

Injury Report

Giants

Out: TE Rhett Ellison (concussion)

Washington

Out: CB Quinton Dunbar (hamstring)

Doubtful: CB Fabian Moreau (hamstring)

Questionable: S Landon Collins (achilles)

Notable Prop Bets

Giants:

  • Over 2.5 touchdowns +150
  • Over 19.5 points -130

Washington:

  • Over 19.5 points -130
  • Over 2.5 touchdowns +132
  • Over 9.5 points 1H -162

Betting Trends

  • Washington has lost each of their last eight games against NFC East opponents.
  • The Giants have covered the spread in seven of their last eight road games against teams that held a losing record.
  • Five of the last six games between the Giants and Washington have gone UNDER the total points line.

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