Week 15 of the 2022 NFL season brings us more exciting football matchups, including a Sunday Night Football showdown between the New York Giants and Washington Commanders. FanDuel Sportsbook currently lists the Commanders as the 4.5-point home favorites in this NFC East rivalry clash.
Sunday Night Football Prop Bets
Here are three of the best prop bets for the Giants vs Commanders matchup, courtesy of NFL odds on FanDuel Sportsbook.
Giants vs Commanders Sunday Night Football Prop Bets Tonight
1. Saquon Barkley — Rushing Yards: Under 67.5 (-114)
Saquon Barkley started the 2022 campaign with a bang, but he has begun to slow down lately. He's averaging just 38 rushing yards over his last four games (compared to 103.4 in his first nine) and now faces a Commanders defense that allows the ninth-fewest rushing yards per game (110.4). Going with the under on this prop makes sense for a few reasons. For starters, Washington held him to just 63 ground yards two weeks ago and fewer than 67.5 in each of his last three games against them. Furthermore, Barkley has also finished with the under in five of his last six games this year, including four straight. As talented as Barkley is, this is a tough matchup for him and will likely lead to another quiet night.
2. Terry McLaurin — Receiving Yards: Over 61.5 (-114)
It's a bit shocking that Terry McLaurin is only projected for 61.5 receiving yards. The talented Commanders wideout has never had a bad game against the Giants, averaging 7.3 catches and 96.7 receiving yards in six career games against them. What's even more impressive is that McLaurin has never tallied fewer than 74 receiving yards against New York, which includes a 105-yard performance in Week 13. With the Giants also allowing the 16th-most passing yards this campaign, expect another massive performance from McLaurin.
3. Daniel Jones — Completions: Over 18.5 (-114)
The Commanders have been a tough matchup for opposing quarterbacks, allowing the fourth-fewest completions (19.2) and eighth-fewest passing yards (200.1). Despite Washington's defensive talent, I'm still expecting Daniel Jones to go over 18.5 completions. On top of averaging 19.0 completions this year, the veteran signal-caller has hit the over in five of his six all-time matchups against the Commanders, completing at least 22 passes in the last three. After successfully connecting with teammates 25 times two weeks ago against Washington, Jones should be able to hit the over here.
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