Giants vs. Washington player props, Thursday Night Football picks: Daniel Jones under 231.5 passing yards
NFC East rivals square off to get the Week 2 NFL schedule underway on Thursday Night Football when the New York Giants visit the Washington Football Team at 8:20 p.m. ET. Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip) is out, but Washington has one of the better backup quarterbacks in the league in Taylor Heinicke. He’s featured prominently in several Giants vs. Washington props at Caesars Sportsbook, with his total passing yardage set at 241.5 and his total for touchdown passes at 1.5.
Those are just a couple of the numerous NFL prop bets you can make for Thursday Night Football. What are the best Giants vs. Washington prop picks for players like Daniel Jones, Antonio Gibson, Saquon Barkley? Befo andre locking in any NFL prop bets for Thursday Night Football, you need to see the Washington vs. Giants prop predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.
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With Giants vs. Washington squaring off Thursday, the model has evaluated the NFL player props from Caesars and found five strong bets. You can only see them here.
Top NFL player prop bets for Giants vs. Washington
After simulating Washington vs. Giants 10,000 times, the model says Giants quarterback Daniel Jones goes well under his total passing yardage projection. The over-under for his passing yardage is set at 231.5, but SportsLine’s model says he fails to clear 200, making the under (-115) the clear value play on that prop.
Jones struggled mightily against Washington in both matchups last year. He threw for just 212 yards in their second matchup and only 112 in their first. In three out of his four career starts against Washington, he’s fallen short of this posted total, so the smart play it go under in a game where points and yardage should be at a premium.
Another one of the top NFL prop picks for Giants vs. Washington: Jones goes over 0.5 interceptions (-150). SportsLine’s model projects that he’ll throw at least one pick, making it another value selection.
Jones was picked off at least once in eight out of his 14 games last season. He’s also thrown three career interceptions in four games against Washington. Washington picked Justin Herbert off last week and, as a team, recorded 16 interceptions last season, which ranked fifth in the NFL.
How to make NFL player prop bets for Washington vs. Giants
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