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Posted: 12/13/2011 1:22:54 AM

Away:  Washington [6-7 ATS]
Home:  N.Y. Giants [6-6-1 ATS]

Game Time: 1:00 PM
Stadium: MetLife Stadium

Recent Meetings:
09/11/11 - NYG 14 vs. WAS 28

Team Leaders:

Washington:
Passing: Rex Grossman (2426)
Rushing: Roy Helu (582)
Receiving: Fred Davis (796)

N.Y. Giants:
Passing: Eli Manning (4105)
Rushing: Ahmad Bradshaw (490)
Receiving: Victor Cruz (1150)

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Posted: 12/13/2011 1:56:39 AM
G men for me!!


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Posted: 12/13/2011 4:59:41 PM
G Men in a tease at home
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Posted: 12/13/2011 5:39:07 PM
Time for the Ginats to make a run and Washington to sputter out...will wait to see what happens to the line but Wash D is no joke so 7 looks good.
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Posted: 12/13/2011 5:50:56 PM

Yeah, no way the Deadskins come off of that big game against the Pats and have any offense left to show on the road - - G-F***ERS at home minus under a touch for me - - next game please................

There you go SpyTheWeb - - once again.................

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Posted: 12/13/2011 7:25:06 PM
This line is way to high...

keep in mind Washington won the first matchup....

Giants defense can't stop anyone.... seriously..... wide receivers were left all alone with not a defender in sight for like 2 miles....

was that Barry Sanders or Felix Jones the other night?

Rex Grossman will run for 300 yards and Helu will pass for 100....


Giants escape with a win... only to lose to the Cowboys in MetLife Stadium with the division on the line in typical Giant Football Fashion


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Posted: 12/14/2011 12:21:19 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by BreakaBookie:

This line is way to high...

keep in mind Washington won the first matchup....

Giants defense can't stop anyone.... seriously..... wide receivers were left all alone with not a defender in sight for like 2 miles....

was that Barry Sanders or Felix Jones the other night?

Rex Grossman will run for 300 yards and Helu will pass for 100....


Giants escape with a win... only to lose to the Cowboys in MetLife Stadium with the division on the line in typical Giant Football Fashion


GL TO ALL!

Cowbillies are not a shoe in for a win @ TB, but i think they'll win if they don't, they're done. Then comes in Philly who can throw the ball, i think Philly wins here.
Cowbillies go to NJ, better bring their winter underwear. They picked up a 34 year back (Morris) to backup Jones.

Giants and -7 vs. Washington, i don't know? Books know people will back the NYGs so this number maybe a little high.

"was that Barry Sanders or Felix Jones the other night?" Giants did hold SF's Gore to zero yards at his home, that's 0 yards. Depends on the NYGs mindset to stop the run. Now is the time to get serious.

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Posted: 12/14/2011 12:23:13 AM
Giants wont lose this one they are in must win mode  and they got what the doctor orderes---a  win over their favorite person--the cow person ---- Deadskins from an emotional loss against the pats --- G men will not treat this lightly
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Posted: 12/14/2011 1:06:45 AM
1st meeting , washington 28 ny giants 14
2nd meeting,  ny giants    28 washington 14
giants cover the 7
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Posted: 12/14/2011 3:41:31 AM
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Cowbillies are not a shoe in for a win @ TB, but i think they'll win if they don't, they're done. Then comes in Philly who can throw the ball, i think Philly wins here.
Cowbillies go to NJ, better bring their winter underwear. They picked up a 34 year back (Morris) to backup Jones.

Giants and -7 vs. Washington, i don't know? Books know people will back the NYGs so this number maybe a little high.

"was that Barry Sanders or Felix Jones the other night?" Giants did hold SF's Gore to zero yards at his home, that's 0 yards. Depends on the NYGs mindset to stop the run. Now is the time to get serious.




Gore was out for a lot of that Giant game due to a knee injury and if you watched the game, San Francisco clearly changed their game plan to pass the ball more and catch the Giants off guard. If you read the post-game interviews, that is exactly what they were trying to do. However that game was what 5 weeks ago? Before the Giants lost 4 straight and pulled out a crazy win against the Cowgirls. Giants are a tough team, don't get me wrong but this game is no layup. Their defense has not looked good against anyone since they dominated Brady which was mighty impressive.

Giants are not really a team that will blow other teams out. They beat the Rams by 12 and the Eagles by 13 earlier in the season but all the other games regardless of a W or L have been close games. They love their nail-bitters.

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Posted: 12/14/2011 11:06:19 AM
Giants still in must-win here as they don't want to be forced to beat a determined Jets team still in playoff hunt, in order to keep pace with Dallas.  Dallas will beat TB, study the game.  The Bucs have mailed it in and their defense is horrid.  So if Dallas wins two and Giants slip here and with Jets...East is already lost before the rematch with the Boys.  That won't happen.  This week Dallas and Giants both know they have must-wins as beating Eagles and Jets are tall orders for them.  However, Redskins will play the Giants leaky defense tough, and both Umenyora and Tuck are out, so laying the points may be a risky idea.  Tease sounds best...even with Dallas.
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Posted: 12/14/2011 8:58:52 PM
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Cowbillies are not a shoe in for a win @ TB, but i think they'll win if they don't, they're done. Then comes in Philly who can throw the ball, i think Philly wins here.
Cowbillies go to NJ, better bring their winter underwear. They picked up a 34 year back (Morris) to backup Jones.

Giants and -7 vs. Washington, i don't know? Books know people will back the NYGs so this number maybe a little high.

"was that Barry Sanders or Felix Jones the other night?" Giants did hold SF's Gore to zero yards at his home, that's 0 yards. Depends on the NYGs mindset to stop the run. Now is the time to get serious.

First ,of all, still removing the egg from my face on last weeks NYG-Dallas game. You was right, and I was wrong!  There -I feel better already.  However, I REFUSE TO DRINK THE GIANT'S KOOL-AID. 

WASHINGTON  +6.5

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Posted: 12/14/2011 11:03:19 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Wide9:




Gore was out for a lot of that Giant game due to a knee injury and if you watched the game, San Francisco clearly changed their game plan to pass the ball more and catch the Giants off guard. If you read the post-game interviews, that is exactly what they were trying to do. However that game was what 5 weeks ago? Before the Giants lost 4 straight and pulled out a crazy win against the Cowgirls. Giants are a tough team, don't get me wrong but this game is no layup. Their defense has not looked good against anyone since they dominated Brady which was mighty impressive.

Giants are not really a team that will blow other teams out. They beat the Rams by 12 and the Eagles by 13 earlier in the season but all the other games regardless of a W or L have been close games. They love their nail-bitters.

Redskins +7

Everybody plays hurt. If Gore had run for 100 yards, like he did for each of the 4 previous games, you would be talking about how good he is. It was his team who decided to play him, bad choice.

A good running team can pretty much plug anyone in and still get numbers, it's all in the line.

Comes down to who can outscore who. Redskins keep it close before running out of gas.
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Posted: 12/15/2011 12:38:04 AM
Last week was an eye opener for me with WA. I think Gmen have a better defense though and a better Oline.  I think there are better bets out there though. I will wait to see what develops on Thursday and Saturday, Considering teasing Giants under a FG. WA is going to find the sledding a little tougher against the Giants and I believe the Giants have a powerful pass attack. In a shootout WA gets KO'd.
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Posted: 12/15/2011 12:41:11 AM
IT just occured to me the giants and washington is alot like a replay of last week NE-WA. Im thinking over, yes over for the large. Teasing Giants and the over.
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Posted: 12/15/2011 3:42:51 PM
The momentum for the Giants is over the top after last week's amazing win. They will continue the dream season with a big win.
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Posted: 12/16/2011 12:01:28 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by Spytheweb:


Everybody plays hurt. If Gore had run for 100 yards, like he did for each of the 4 previous games, you would be talking about how good he is. It was his team who decided to play him, bad choice.

A good running team can pretty much plug anyone in and still get numbers, it's all in the line.

Comes down to who can outscore who. Redskins keep it close before running out of gas.
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Posted: 12/16/2011 9:45:48 PM
I like the G-men to win strait up, but fail to cover the points at home. This is a divisional match up none the less. Washington seems to give a good effort every week!!! G-men win by 3 or 4 but not more. Good luck!! I'm most likely staying away from both lines on this one. Much better options on the board this week.
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Posted: 12/17/2011 6:42:24 AM
nyg -7.5 (1u) - bettin that the Skins are in a letdown mode after they left everything on the field in the Patriot game last week and coming up losers.  Even tho the gman are divisional foes, I see a let down. SCORE: Redskins 18 - Giants 28
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Posted: 12/17/2011 6:58:44 PM
I'm with you ewillie/  Skins will find a way yo lose/  10 pts Giants ov/Wash seems to grove.....
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Posted: 12/17/2011 7:03:45 PM
Remember the tackle that was not made on the Groke of NE by D. Hall.  That's the things Washington does that allows them to lose.
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Posted: 12/17/2011 9:26:17 PM
GIANTS ON 5DIMES RIGHT NOW..... NYG-7  (+115) GRAB IT 
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Posted: 12/18/2011 12:58:27 AM
Skins still playing hard but the game after dallas's win tonight is of vital importance to the Giants , they cannot stop anyone i have been very dissapointed in this defense this year i see the skins moving the ball with helu a lot here , Manning pulled another one out of the fire last week but they cannot continue to play from behind in the 4th quarter, this game being a divisional rival should be tight i like the weapons more so on the new york side but i simply can't put my money on them laying 7. 5 , i do however think this will be high scoring enough to get the over here if washington can manage to put up 20 which against this defense is very managable the over 45 will hit no problem i will play it safe and take that bet.
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Posted: 12/18/2011 1:02:16 AM
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Posted: 12/18/2011 4:15:08 AM
Have the Giants even beaten a team by more than 4 points this year? 

They've given up an average of 40 points over their last three.   The only way i can see them covering is maybe how do or die this game is

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