N.Y. Giants @ Washington
Team Totals: Commanders 23.5, Giants 14
Regarding Week 11’s Giants, Washington’s D/ST is the superior one-for-one fantasy bet with UDFA rookie Tommy DeVito back under center. Through 67 DeVito dropbacks, New York has produced a pathetic 57% completion rate, 13 sacks, and three INTs. Even sans traded-away EDGE rushers Montez Sweat (Bears) and Chase Young (49ers), I like taking discounts on the Commanders’ defense facing a sub-NFL-caliber offense at home. … Saquon Barkley is scoreless since Week 7 and looked like he aggravated his high ankle sprain in Week 10’s blowout loss to Dallas. A screaming sell in season-long leagues, I have no faith in Barkley making a stretch-run box-score difference in this crippling offensive environment. … Darius Slayton, Isaiah Hodgins, Wan’Dale Robinson, Jalin Hyatt, Parris Campbell, and Sterling Shepard all saw Week 10 wideout snaps for the Giants, while Daniel Bellinger, Tyree Jackson, and Lawrence Cager each drew playing time at tight end. As DeVito threw for 86 yards on 32 dropbacks, none of them did a thing.
Sam Howell continues to warrant every-week-starter treatment as fantasy’s overall QB4 10 weeks in. The Giants have yielded the NFL’s fourth-most yards per pass attempt (7.3) and rank bottom two in the NFL in sacks (15). … With Antonio Gibson (toe) again battling foot woes, Brian Robinson looks poised to build on last Sunday’s big week.
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