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Monday Night Football Betting Preview

It’s an NFC East showdown on Monday Night Football tonight when the New York Giants take on the Washington Redskins in the nation’s capital.

The Giants remain in the hunt for a playoff spot in the NFC, but one more loss could be the nail in the coffin as the season winds down. At Bovada the Giants are a 3-point road favorite in tonight's game.

New York is coming off a tough loss against the Eagles in which their offense put up huge numbers, but their defense didn’t do their part. New York lost to Philadelphia 45-38 as a pick’em. By failing to cover the spread the Giants dropped to 1-7 ATS in the last eight games.


Eli Manning passed for 391 yards with three touchdowns, while Brandon Jacobs and Ahmad Bradshaw combined for 115 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 29 carries.

The Giants outgained Philly 512 to 374 yards, but the real difference ended up being two Eagles’ touchdowns on a fumble recovery and a punt return.

Washington beat up on Oakland 34-13 last week as a 2.5-point favorite. That ATS win extended the Redskins ATS winning streak to five games. Jason Campbell’s late-season resurgence continued as he passed for 222 yards with a pair of touchdowns. [ {URL=}Giants Redskins preview and matchup report {/URL}]

Quinton Ganther, starting in place of Clinton Portis, rushed for 50 yards and a pair of touchdowns on 14 carries and Fred Davis caught two touchdown passes in the win.

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Monday Night Football odds – Week 1 rematch

The Giants and Redskins got the season started way back in Week 1. New York won that game 23-17 as a 6-point favorite. Manning passed for 256 yards with a touchdown and an interception, while Campbell threw for 211 yards with a touchdown and an interception. That game had a few memorable moments, as Osi Umenyiora ran back a fumble for a touchdowns and Washington punter Hunter Smith ran in for a TD on a fake field goal.

After winning their Week 1 matchup the Giants have won three-straight and six of their last seven matchups against the Redskins. New York was also 5-1-1 ATS in those six wins.

The Giants have also had recent success when playing in Washington. New York has won their last three trips to FedExField and five of their last seven while going 5-2 ATS.