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The Washington Football Team (6-10) head in to their Week 18 match-up with nothing to play for but pride. The same goes for their opposition – NFC East division rival New York Giants (4-12). It’s been a disappointing season for both teams.

Washington is currently on a four game slide having lost to both the Eagles and the Cowboys twice. The Giants have lost five straight.

How will the last game of 2021 go?


The two teams have met each other 179 times, including two in the post-season. Washington have won 70 of the meetings. The Giants have won 104. The other four games were ties.

The last meeting between the two was on September 16th, when WFT eked out a 30-29 victory in the second game of the season.

Last year the Giants won both games.

The last 3 games were all decided by a field goal or less.


Washington opened the week as 4-point favorites, but the line has already moved to -7.0 on most Sports Books.

The over / under opened at 41. It has since dropped to about 38.0.

Washington -7.0

Over | Under 38.0

Injury News

For Washington:

The WFT got some good injury news, removing Tress Way and Antonio Gibson from the Covid list.

Only Deshazor Everett and William Jackson remain on the Covid list.

Saahdiq Charles, Curtis Samuel, Ricky Seals-Jones, and Montez Sweat did not practice Wednesday.

Samuel Cosmi and James Smith-Williams were limited at practice Wednesday.

Antonio Gibson was also limited despite coming off of the Covid list. He is nursing a hip injury.

All are considered questionable for Sunday.

For New York:

Elerson Smith, John Ross, Dexter Lawrence, Colin Johnson, Austin Johnson, Mike Glennon, and Cullen Gillaspia did not practice on Wednesday.

Saquon Barkley, Korey Cunningham, Will Hernandez, Kyle Rudolph, Danny Shelton, Darius Slayton, Andrew Thomas and Kadarius Toney were all limited at practice on Wednesday.

All are considered questionable for Sunday.


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