With Taylor Heinicke under center for the Washington Football Team and Giants RB Saquan Barkley likely still limited on a short week while he recovers from a major knee injury, points are going to be scarce at FedEx Field on Thursday night. BetQL’s NFL Model rates under 40.5 as a four-star bet, making it one of the best on the board in Week 2. That’s one reason to tune in for this lackluster matchup -- or at least flip the channel from “Big Brother” every now and then. Pinkerton's season record: 1-0.
I’ve got to go with the Under on this one. The Giants scored 13 points in Week 1 against the Denver Broncos and the Football Team scored 16 in their Week 1 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. And the Atlanta Falcons and Green Bay Packers were the only two teams who scored fewer points than the Giants in Week 1. Considering this, I think these two will easily hit this Under. Budge's season record: 1-0.
After the Ravens broke my heart in Week 1, I'm rolling with BetQL's model in Week 2. It's giving Washington a 61% chance to win this game outright and has gone 114-56 (67.1%) across all Giants bets all-time for a total return of $2,717. Further, it's gone 27-6 (78.8%) on Giants moneyline bets and 25-9 (73.5%)on Washington Football Team moneyline bets all-time. I'm also predicting this to be Jason Garrett's last game as the Giants OC. Karpuc's season record: 0-1.
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Chelsa Messinger and Michael Jenkins break out their coach speak decoders to decipher soundbites from Giants coach Joe Judge and Washington coach Ron Rivera ahead of their Thursday night matchup. Then, Jenks and Chelsa take a look at the 7 teams that lost by double digits in the NFL's week 1, and pick a team to cover the spread and a team to win outright before offering their best bets for September 16th.