New York Giants versus Washington Redskins NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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ESPN Monday Night Football will be an NFC East divisional showdown as Robert Griffin III will look to move his Washington Redskins team to a .500 6-6 record as they face the first place New York Giants on December 3rd. The Giants and Redskins will begin from Washington at 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV will handle the television broadcast.

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The current odds available at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the road team New York Giants favored by -3 points with an over under line of 51 points. A money line wager on the New York Giants will return -160 odds. Bettors who believe that the underdog Washington Redskins can pull out the win on Monday Night Football can take back +140 odds for their wager on the money line.

The Giants and Redskins are meeting for the second time this regular season. Back on October 21st it was the Giants posting the 27-23 home win against the Redskins as a +6 ½ point underdog. It marked the fourth straight point spread cover in a row by Washington against the New York Giants. The Redskins found themselves in control of the game as they drove for the potential game winning field goal that was successful with a minute and a half left to give Washington the 23-20 lead. But on the next possession Giants quarterback Eli Manning connected with Victor Cruz for a 77 yard game winning touchdown pass just 19 seconds later to give New York the win. Both teams enter play off big wins. On Thanksgiving Day Robert Griffin III was sharp in leading the Redskins to the 38-31 road win at Dallas as a +3 ½ point underdog. Griffin III threw for four touchdowns and one pick. The Giants were in danger of losing their grip on the NFC East division lead as they had lost two straight entering their bye week. They enter Monday Night Football off the impressive 38-10 win at home against Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers as a -1 point home favorite.

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