Commanders at Giants Week 7 Betting Odds and Predictions

Commanders at Giants Week 7 Betting Odds and Predictions

Commanders at Giants Week 7 Betting odds and predictions for this game that is set to take place on Sunday, October 22, 2023.

Commanders at Giants Week 7 Betting Odds

These are the Commanders at Giants Week 7 Betting odds:

Washington Commanders -2.5 -145 Over 39
New York Giants +2.5 +125 Under 39

Commanders at Giants Week 7 Betting Predictions

Here are the Commanders at Giants Week 7 Betting predictions:

Commanders at Giants Week 7 Betting Prediction: Washington

Here is the Commanders at Giants Week 7 Betting prediction on Washington.

This is game three for the Washington Commanders this season. They are three-three. The last game the Commanders played was against the Falcons, and the Commanders won 24–16. For the Commanders, Brian Robinson Jr. ran the ball 10 times for 31 yards, which is an average of 3.1 yards per carry. Terry McLaurin left with 81 yards on 6 catches, which is an average of 13.5 yards per catch. It was 14/23 for Sam Howell, who threw for 151 yards and 3 touchdowns.

He was a 119.7 quarterback rate, and he didn’t throw an error all game. The Commanders gave up 106 yards on the ground on 29 tries, which is 3.7 yards per run given up. Washington gave up 296 yards and 28 completions on 47 attempts, which is a completion rate of 59.6%. They had 50 plays in the game, which added up to 193 yards. It turned out that the Washington Commanders ran 22 times, gaining 72 yards, or an average of 3.3 yards per carry.

There are 22.2 points per game that the Washington Commanders score when they try to score. On the ground, they get 87.8 yards per game, which is 25th in the NFL. This year, the Commanders have gained a total of 1,812 yards.

As a team, Washington has gotten 71 first downs, but they have also been penalized 32 times for 242 yards. Ten times, they’ve given the ball to the other team (6 picks and 4 lost fumbles). As for how the scores were scored, Washington has 9 touchdowns through the air and 5 touchdowns on the ground.

As of now, the Commanders have given up 1,489 receiving yards, which ranks them 29th in the National Football League. It costs them 248.2 yards per game to pass, and 61.4% of the passes they give up are completed. So far this season, they’ve given up 377.2 yards per game, which is 29th worst in the NFL.

Over the course of the season, they’ve given up 126.0 yards on the ground and 4.6 yards per run. Through 6 games this year, they have given up 774 yards on the ground. Giving up 29.3 points per game puts the Commanders 30th in the NFL when it comes to team defense.

Commanders Betting Insights

  • DC is 3-3-0 this year against the spread.
  • This season, the Commanders have been favorites by 2.5 points or more twice, but they have failed to cover both times.
  • This year, Washington and its opponents have hit the over in 50% of their games (three times out of six games with a set point total).
  • The Commanders and their opponents have scored an average of 41.2 points per road game this season, which is 2.2 points more than the over/under for this game.
  • The only other times this season that Washington has been a moneyline favorite, they split the two games.
  • There have only been two games this season where the Commanders were a moneyline favorite of -142 or less. The teams tied one game each.

Washington’s Stats & Performance

Stat Average (Total) Rank
Pass yards 214.2 (1,285) 16
Rush yards 87.8 (527) 25
Points scored 22.2 (133) 12
Pass yards against 248.2 (1,489) 27
Rush yards against 129.0 (774) 23
Points allowed 29.3 (176) 29

Commanders at Giants Week 7 Betting Prediction: New York

Here is the Commanders at Giants Week 7 Betting prediction on New York.

They are 1-5 so far this season going into this game. The last time the Giants played, they lost to the Bills by a score of 14–9. New York’s Saquon Barkley ran the ball 24 times for 93 yards, giving them an average of 3.9 yards per carry.

One of the Giants’ main targets was Wan’Dale Robinson, who caught 8 passes for 62 yards (7.8 yards per catch). At the end of the game, Tyrod Taylor had thrown for 200 yards and completed 24 out of 36 passes. His quarterback rating was 80.8.

He didn’t pick off any passes, and the average number of yards he gained from each pass was 5.6. New York gave up 29 runs that went for 128 yards, or 4.4 yards per carry. The Giants’ pass defense gave up 169 yards on 19 out of 30 passes, which is a success rate of 63.3%. There were 73 plays in the game, and the Giants gained 317 yards, or 4.3 yards per play. In the game, New York ran the ball 34 times for 132 yards, an average of 3.9 yards per run.

With an average of 11.8 points per game, the Giants are 32nd in the NFL in terms of how many points they score. So far this season, the Giants have thrown for a total of 1,000 yards and an average of 166.7 yards per game, which ranks them 31st in the league.

They’ve run for 593 yards so far, which is an average of 98.8 yards per carry. With an average of 265.5 yards per game, the New York Giants are placed 31st in football. There have been 42 penalties against the New York attack, which has cost them 337 yards. This is the fifth most free yards in football history. They have thrown six interceptions and lost two fumbles. They have also gained 56 first downs.

The passing game has cost them 8 scores and 217.0 yards per game, which ranks them 16th in the league. All together, New York has given up 885 yards rushing (147.5 yards per game) and 9 scores on the ground this season. They have given up 167 points so far this year.

This season, their defense has lost 5 balls, 3 of which were mistakes and were picked off. The Giants’ defense has been on 357 plays, which is 10th in the league. They are 28th in football because they give up 27.8 points per game.

Giants Betting Insights

  • Against the spread, New York has only won once this season.
  • The Giants have only won one of their five games this season when they were behind by 2.5 points or more.
  • Out of New York’s six games this season, one (16.7%) have gone over.
  • Five times this season, New York has been the underdog in a game and has lost all five times.
  • The Giants have been at least a +120 loser on the moneyline four times this season and have lost all of those games.

New York’s Stats & Performance

Stat Average (Total) Rank
Pass yards 166.7 (1,000) 31
Rush yards 98.8 (593) 21
Points scored 11.8 (71) 32
Pass yards against 217.0 (1,302) 16
Rush yards against 147.5 (885) 31
Points allowed 27.8 (167) 28

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