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Bet the Giants vs. Redskins Game Week 14 - December 9

Written by:
Ean Lamb
Published on:
Dec/05/2018

You can bet on the Giants vs. Redskins game for Week 14, which had Washington as a +3.5 home dog.


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New Orleans Saints 7/2
New England Patriots 5/1
Kansas City Chiefs 6/1
Los Angeles Chargers 12/1
Pittsburgh Steelers 14/1
Houston Texans 16/1
Chicago Bears 20/1
Dallas Cowboys 25/1
Baltimore Ravens 33/1
Minnesota Vikings 33/1
Seattle Seahawks 33/1
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Indianapolis Colts 50/1
Denver Broncos 66/1
Tennessee Titans 66/1
Carolina Panthers 100/1
Miami Dolphins 150/1
Green Bay Packers 250/1
Jacksonville Jaguars 250/1
New York Giants 250/1
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 250/1
Washington Redskins 250/1
Atlanta Falcons 500/1
Buffalo Bills 500/1
Cincinnati Bengals 500/1
Cleveland Browns 500/1
Detroit Lions 500/1
Arizona Cardinals 1000/1

Skins Coming Into This Game

This is a banged up team. Mark Sanchez will make his first start for the Redskins on Sunday as quarterback.

Alex Smith is out for the season and quite possibly done for his career following a gruesome leg injury suffered in Week 10.

Quarterback Colt McCoy (broken leg, three games)  was a starter for the first time since 2014, and that ended after two games. He isn't yet ruled out for the season, but at the earliest, he'd return for the season finale. The Redskins -- players and coaches -- trusted and respected McCoy.

The Redskins placed more starters on injured reserve, including corner Quinton Dunbar. They also placed receiver Trey Quinn and guard Jonathan Cooper on IR. Dunbar was a mild surprise, though he has missed five games because of his shin injury. He tried to return twice, including on Thanksgiving Day but it worsened the more he played. Quinn played in three games this season, missing eight while on IR earlier this year. With Jamison Crowder healthy, Quinn would have been a backup -- but he would have played and helped.

Action and Line Movement

Washington opened as a -1 point favorite and was a +3.5 underdog across the board.  Early action had the Giants seeing an astonishing 87%, as if they were vying for a Playoff spot.

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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