NFL Picks: Week 7 Commanders vs Giants


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The Washington Commanders are set to clash with the New York Giants this Sunday at MetLife Stadium in what promises to be a gripping Week 7 NFL action.



Spread: Commanders -2.5 (-110), Giants +2.5 (-110) 

Moneyline: Commanders -131, Giants +107 

Total: O 39.5 (-110) U 39.5 (-110) 


Washington Commanders

NFL Team Washington CommandersSeeking their third road victory, the Commanders aim to push their record above .500. Their recent road game performances have been commendable with 6 wins out of the last 9 games. Quarterback Sam Howell is clocking a 67.8% completion rate, amassing 1,500 yards, 9 touchdowns, and 6 interceptions. Receivers Terry McLaurin and Curtis Samuel are lighting up the field with a combined 627 receiving yards and 3 touchdowns, while Logan Thomas has clocked 19 catches. The ground game for the Commanders averages 87.8 yards per match, prominently led by Brian Robinson Jr.’s 302 yards and 3 touchdowns. On the defensive side, they’ve allowed an average of 29.3 points and 377.2 yards per game. Historical data shows the home team has traditionally held the upper hand in most of the Commanders’ recent Week 7 matches.


New York Giants

New York GiantsThe Giants, plagued by a 4-game losing streak, are hungry for redemption. Their recent track record at home has been shaky, with just 1 win in the last 6 outings. Quarterback Daniel Jones, despite having a 68.9% completion rate and 884 yards under his belt, has been intercepted 6 times against his 2 touchdowns. Receivers Darren Waller and Darius Slayton have jointly pulled in 518 receiving yards from 45 catches, complemented by Wan’Dale Robinson’s 22 receptions. Their running game, averaging 98.8 yards, sees Saquon Barkley at the forefront with 207 yards and a touchdown. Defensively, the Giants have a leak, giving away an average of 27.8 points and 364.5 yards per game.



Although the Commanders have sealed most of their victories on the road this season, the Giants are in a challenging position. With an injured Daniel Jones and a struggling offensive line that’s witnessed a staggering 33 sacks in just 6 games, their offense ranks low in the league. The Commanders’ defensive lineup appears well-positioned to exploit these vulnerabilities. All signs point to a probable Commanders’ win in this face-off, covering the -2.5 spread. I’ll be betting on the U 39.5 on BUSR NFL Odds too.