The New York Giants will be playing the Washington Commanders on Sunday, and plenty of player props are being offered on Caesars Sportsbook. The Giants have dropped two in a row after starting 7-2, but they'll look to bounce back against their division foes on Sunday. The Commanders also have seven wins, but since they've played one more than New York, they sit at 7-5. Below, we'll take you through the best player props to target for this NFC East battle.
Washington Commanders vs. New York Giants Match Details
Fixture: Washington Commanders @ New York Giants
Date & Time: Sunday, December 4, 1:00 p.m. EDT
Venue: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey
NFL Player Prop #1: Curtis Samuel Under 30.5 Receiving Yards (-147)
Curtis Samuel opened the year with some pretty good performances, but in recent weeks he's been forgotten. Last week, he failed to register a target and played a season-low 60% of his team's snaps. Samuel's numbers have been trending down, and last week he was a complete non-factor. Now, over his previous three games, he has just 38 total yards and three total catches. His targets are really low as well, as he hasn't seen five or more targets in five straight contests. Expect him to have another quiet game on Sunday at MetLife.
NFL Player Prop #2: Brian Robinson Jr. Over 62.5 Rushing Yards (-123)
Brian Robinson Jr. had his first-100 yard game of the year, finishing with 105 yards on 18 carries in the win over Atlanta. Atlanta doesn't have the best run defense, and Robinson Jr. was able to take advantage. The Giants have a weak run defense too, and looking at the Washington running back's stats over the past three weeks, and he has a great opportunity to have another solid performance. Over this span, he's averaging 82.7 yards on the ground, and the Giants have allowed over 62 rushing yards to an opposing running back in ten of 11 games this year, so expect him to hit the over here on this prop.
NFL Player Prop #3: Taylor Heinicke Under 18.5 Passing Completions (-113)
Taylor Heinicke has helped spark Washington's current three-game win streak, but his numbers haven't been off the charts. In fact, he hasn't tallied over 17 completions in four straight games, and he's thrown for under 200 yards in each of his last two. The Giants have a pretty mediocre pass defense, and with how successful Washington's run game has been of late, expect Heinicke's attempts and completions to remain low.
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