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NY GIANTS (4 - 7) at WASHINGTON (3 - 8)
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Week 13 Sunday, 12/1/2013 8:30 PM
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447NY GIANTSPick44.5
NY GIANTS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-7-2.94-76-519.49.0323.9(5.3)2.725.512.5335.5(5.2)1.7
Road Games1-4-2.52-32-314.88.6321.2(5.8)3.227.812.8339.0(5.1)1.8
Last 3 Games2-1+0.61-22-124.010.0313.7(5.3)1.719.012.3311.3(5.7)2.0
Grass Games1-3-1.52-21-310.78.2282.0(5.1)2.525.712.7341.0(5.2)2.0
Division Games1-3-1.61-33-122.08.7385.5(6)3.025.711.5324.2(5)1.2
NY GIANTS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.2411.221.731:5927-116(4.3)24-3862.5%267(7)65-383(5.9)(16)
Offense Road Games14.88.615.827:0322-84(3.9)20-3457.3%237(6.9)56-321(5.8)(21.7)
Defense (All Games)25.512.520.630:0326-99(3.8)23-3859.9%236(6.2)65-335(5.2)(13.2)
Opponents Offensive Avg.26.213.320.829:2527-121(4.5)22-3562.6%244(7)62-365(5.9)(13.9)
Defense Road Games27.812.822.232:5729-108(3.7)24-3864.9%231(6.1)67-339(5.1)(12.2)
NY GIANTS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.81.8214-539.3%1-044.8%2-55(24)18-2(8.5)7-55
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-641.1%1-011.1%2-44(25.6)3-43(16.3)7-62
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.71.6 13-539.1%1-054.2%3-64(24.3)21-2(10.4)6-53
Stats Against (Road Games) 14-644.1%1-020.0%1-30(25.2)2-32(16)5-47

WASHINGTON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-8-5.83-86-522.99.5391.9(5.8)1.730.715.8382.1(6.3)1.5
Home Games2-3-1.82-33-225.611.6398.2(5.9)1.630.416.8391.4(6.4)1.4
Last 3 Games0-3-3.10-31-216.310.0350.0(5.2)1.028.313.7337.7(6.1)0.7
Grass Games3-6-3.83-65-423.28.3382.8(5.8)1.930.316.2409.2(6.5)1.6
Division Games0-3-3.70-31-219.74.3414.0(5.9)2.329.319.0352.7(5.8)1.0
WASHINGTON - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)22.99.522.531:4130-150(4.9)22-3759.8%242(6.5)67-392(5.8)(17.1)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.811.821.531:0027-114(4.2)24-3862.5%267(7)65-381(5.9)(15.4)
Offense Home Games25.611.623.432:1330-142(4.7)24-3764.2%256(6.8)67-398(5.9)(15.6)
Defense (All Games)30.715.822.228:5228-111(4)22-3366.1%271(8.1)61-382(6.3)(12.4)
Opponents Offensive Avg.26.313.621.129:2728-124(4.4)22-3562.8%256(7.4)63-380(6.1)(14.5)
Defense Home Games30.416.822.228:5929-122(4.3)20-3361.2%269(8.2)62-391(6.4)(12.9)
WASHINGTON - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 12-436.1%1-175.0%3-60(20.7)2-33(17.1)6-48
Opponents Avg. Stats For10.71.7 13-540.1%1-055.0%3-60(23.8)18-2(9.9)6-55
Stats Against (Home Games) 12-433.9%1-180.0%3-65(19.1)2-33(16.6)6-51
Average power rating of opponents played: NY GIANTS 20.7,  WASHINGTON 21.2
NY GIANTS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/10/2013@ CHICAGO21-27L9.5W46.5O26-12314-26-232329-11024-36-2620
10/27/2013@ PHILADELPHIA15-7W5.5W49.5U31-8825-39-237119-4823-35-1523
11/17/2013GREEN BAY27-13W-3W40.5U24-7825-35-256120-5524-34-3393
12/1/2013@ WASHINGTON            
12/8/2013@ SAN DIEGO            
12/22/2013@ DETROIT            

WASHINGTON - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/13/2013@ DALLAS16-31L5.5L52U33-21619-39-217219-4818-30-1651
10/27/2013@ DENVER21-45L11L58.5O28-11220-39-154534-10730-44-3394
11/3/2013SAN DIEGO30-24W-2W49O40-20923-32-291116-6929-46-3412
11/7/2013@ MINNESOTA27-34L0L48O36-19124-37-242024-9121-27-2161
11/17/2013@ PHILADELPHIA16-24L4L54U38-19117-35-236233-12617-26-2760
11/25/2013SAN FRANCISCO6-27L5.5L45U27-10017-27-90133-7615-24-2281
12/1/2013NY GIANTS            
12/8/2013KANSAS CITY            
12/15/2013@ ATLANTA            
12/29/2013@ NY GIANTS            
NY GIANTS: The Giants have moved toward a zone-blocking scheme more and more in past years, and it appears they're ready to make a wholesale change this year. Second-year RB David Wilson fits best in a one-cut system, as does tandem back Andre Brown. Wilson figures to see the bulk of the early down snaps. But he's still a work in progress as far as blitz pick-up goes, so he'll head to the sideline in most passing situations. Andre Brown will take third downs and will likely end up taking short-yardage duties. Eli Manning has pretty much taken over this offense, adjusting plays at the line like his brother (minus the theatrics). They'll continue to run a lot of three-receiver sets, and Manning's at his best working off play-action. Hakeem Nicks, presumably healthy again, works primarily on the outside as a big-play threat. But Manning's favorite targets have traditionally worked out of the slot, which will be Victor Cruz's spot in three-wide looks. Manning will also use TE Brandon Myers as his main check-down option, as the backs usually stay in to protect. Third receiver Reuben Randle will play outside as a field-stretching option. The Giants stayed relatively run-based in the red zone last year, and Brown figures to take a good amount of the reps down there this year. Although the Giants allowed the second-most yards in the NFL, they also forced 35 turnovers (3rd in NFL) with FS Stevie Brown getting six interceptions. The defensive line is too talented with DEs Jason Pierre-Paul and Justin Tuck to record just 33 sacks again (22nd in NFL), and a better pass rush will certainly help their beleaguered secondary, which expects CB Prince Amukamara, 24, to dominate. The defense added seven new defenders this offseason, but DT Cullen Jenkins is the only projected starter of this bunch.
WASHINGTON: Only Seattle was more run-heavy than the Redskins last season, and even when he didn't keep it, everything they did was based on Robert Griffin III. It's head coach Mike Shanahan's classic zone blocking up front in the running game, but with the added threat of Griffin keeping and rolling out each time. It adds another dimension to an already excellent running scheme. Alfred Morris is a three-down workhorse and will take the overwhelming majority of the reps again. Evan Royster and Roy Helu will battle for the scraps, with Royster's versatility giving him an edge. The passing game works off the running game, using a lot of play-action and rollouts for Griffin. Pierre Garcon is the closest thing to a No. 1 receiver, getting a lot of catch-and-run and crossing opportunities, and getting a fair share of bubble screens as well. They use three receivers often, with Josh Morgan staying in the lineup because he blocks so well. He'll get only a handful of catches as a possession receiver. Leonard Hankerson will push Santana Moss for third receiver reps. While H-back Fred Davis is close to a No. 2 receiver, the backs are rarely used to catch passes. The Redskins remain run-heavy in the red zone, with RGIII running outside the pocket or Morris pounding between the tackles. Because the Redskins stuffed the run so effectively (96 YPG allowed, 5th in NFL), opponents chose to throw on them more than any NFL team (39.7 attempts per game) and piled up serious yardage. Rookie CB David Amerson and former Bucs CB E.J. Biggers should help the overworked secondary. Six different defenders scored touchdowns last year, but DE/OLB Ryan Kerrigan (8 sacks) was the only player with at least five sacks. Ageless ILB London Fletcher, 38, is still productive, and OLB Brian Orakpo is now healthy.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PA SPORTSTICKER PRO FOOTBALL PREVIEW (NY GIANTS-WASHINGTON) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

(UPDATES Giants injuries)

*Giants-Redskins Preview* =========================

Times are tough for the last two champions of the NFC East.

Instead of fighting to reach the postseason, the New York Giants and Washington Redskins are battling to avoid last place in the division entering Sunday night's meeting at FedEx Field.

These teams met last December in a prime-time showdown that Washington won 17-16 en route to its first NFC East crown since 1999. New York finished one game back with a 9-7 mark - its eighth straight season with at least a .500 record after capturing the Super Bowl in its previous campaign.

Twelve months later, the mood is very different for both.

"Everybody's got a lot of pride in the NFL regardless of what your record is," Washington coach Mike Shanahan said. "Everybody wants to win and I'm sure the Giants feel the same way."

It's unlikely that either of these clubs will catch Dallas and Philadelphia in the East.

New York (4-7) will try to move on after its postseason hopes were dealt a potentially fatal blow in last Sunday's 24-21 home defeat to the Cowboys, who swept both games from the Giants.

"I think that's something that we have to deal with a lot of times in this league," safety Antrel Rolle said. "The pages have been turned. We're already looking forward to playing a game and getting the preparation in for this week."

The Giants will get their first 2013 look at the embattled Robert Griffin III, who is clearly not the same player from a year ago. Griffin rushed for 815 yards and seven touchdowns as a rookie but has gained 367 yards on the ground and has yet to reach the end zone after offseason reconstructive surgery on his right knee.

"We had a dual threat. Now that threat is not quite there as strong as it was a year ago," Shanahan said. "But now we go to a different direction. We run play-action, we still run some of the zone-reads."

Making matters worse, Griffin seems to be involved in a controversy every week while also clashing with the demanding Shanahan at times. The quarterback was said to have failed to have taken the complete blame for a late interception in a 24-16 loss to the Eagles on Nov. 17, and then drew attention for having his father visit him in the locker room following Monday night's 27-6 home loss to San Francisco.

Robert Griffin Jr.'s appearance was noteworthy because he has been vocal about his son's role in the Redskins offense, saying in the spring that he wants his son throwing more and running less. It came after RG3 threw for a season-low 118 yards while he was sacked a career-worst six times.

"Yeah, I was a little shocked that he was there, but he meant no harm," Griffin said. "And anybody out there that's going after my dad needs to back up. That is my father. I will protect my family. He served 21 years in the military - I know that's not an excuse for anything that he does - but he's not overstepping any bounds, so I hope people respect that and back off."

Griffin had a 105.9 passer rating against New York in last season's series split. He threw for three scores and ran for 161 yards on 14 attempts.

He may not have to worry much about a once-feared Giants pass rush that has produced 18 sacks for the NFL's second-lowest total ahead of only Jacksonville.

Griffin's Redskins (3-8) were held to a season-low 190 yards of total offense Monday.

Their defense has yielded 37 touchdowns to match Minnesota for the league's highest total but could be buoyed by an injury-plagued Giants' unit coming to town.

New York lost center Jim Cordle for the season and will field a new starting combination on the line in front of quarterback Eli Manning for the sixth time. Kevin Boothe moves to center while third-year pro James Brewer will take over for Boothe at left guard.

Manning is enduring a horrific season with a 72.5 passer rating - his worst since his rookie year. The Giants have committed a league-high 30 turnovers, including 17 interceptions by the two-time Super Bowl MVP.

The Giants have also started six different running backs.

Wide receiver Hakeem Nicks, who missed last Sunday's game with an abdominal injury, practiced fully Friday and is probable. He has failed to reach the end zone this year while Victor Cruz has gone a career-worst seven games in a row without scoring.

One Washington player enjoying a strong year is Alfred Morris, third in the NFL with 970 rushing yards. Morris had 224 yards on the ground last season as a rookie versus New York.

New York defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul and cornerback Trumaine McBride have been ruled out, and backup running back Brandon Jacobs and cornerback Corey Webster also will miss the game.

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