This Week 4 NFC East game felt like a must-win for both teams. The Giants played like it, dominating in a 45-14 win. The Redskins looked overmatched.
The Giants caught 32 passes on Thursday night. Twenty-eight were thrown by Eli Manning, and four came from the arm of Washington QB Kirk Cousins.
Larry Donnell caught three of Eli Manning’s four touchdown passes, and the New York Giants moved to .500 with a 45-14 victory over the Washington Redskins on Thursday night.
Here’s a look at the key fantasy players on the Giants and Redskins, and our recommendations on who to start and sit in your fantasy football lineup.
Both teams know that their respective 1-2 starts won’t cut it if the NFC East-leading Eagles are going to keep coming from behind to win every game.
The New York Giants fresh off their 30-17 victory over the Houston Texans, face a short work week as they travel to FedEx Field to take on division rivals, the Washington Redskins. The Redskins lost a close affair to the Philadelphia Eagles 37-34 in a game marred by a fight and two ejections.
With Sam Bradford out for the season, it’s time to look at who should become the new Rams quarterback this year.
The New York Giants limped past the lifeless Washington Redskins 20-6 in the rainy Meadowlands. New York lost quarterback Eli Manning to an ankle injury late in the first half, but rode two Jerrel Jernigan touchdowns to the victory. The loss likely ends the Mike Shanahan-era in Washington.
As bad as the 2013 NFL campaign has gone for the New York Giants, give them credit, the team has not turned on each other or their coach. The Washington Redskins, on the other hand, are a textbook example of dysfunctional. Backup quarterback Kirk Cousins will get the start for Washington as the Redskins and Giants conclude their seasons at the Meadowlands.
Marshawn Lynch ran for 131 yards in Seattle’s 24-14 playoff victory over the Washington Redskins.
With two weeks left in the season, the NFC East, NFC West and AFC North titles are still up for grabs, not to mention the four Wild Card spots.
10. Alabama (9-2): For some insane reason the Tide played Georgia State – I repeat Georgia State – this late in the season.
The headline game of the week was as good as advertised. Ohio State clashed with Iowa in a back-and-forth heavyweight fight on Senior Day at Kinnick Stadium.