The Washington Redskins are without a win this season. Sunday afternoon against rival New York Giants, this could be the biggest game of the season for head coach Jay Gruden.
Reports are coming in that Gruden could be fired this week if the Redskins do not beat the Giants. As of now, the Giants are 1-2, while the Redskins are 0-3.
Overall, the Redskins are 35-47-1 under Gruden in six seasons.
Online bookmaker 5Dimes has the Giants -165 for this contest.
Daniel Jones will get his second straight start after replacing Eli Manning in the pocket. In Jones’ first game as a starter, he tossed 2 touchdown passes and 336 yards en route to the Giants’ first win of the season.
Case Keenum has had no trouble tossing touchdowns for the Redskins. Through three games, Keenum has managed 7 touchdown passes and 933 yards. With the Redskins’ record, many are wondering when Dwayne Haskins will get his chance. However, the Redskins’ front office and personnel have reiterated that Keenum is the guy moving forward.
The Redskins currently have the 20th ranked offense in the NFL, scoring 21 points per game. Meanwhile, on the defensive side, they are one of the worst teams in the league. The Redskins are allowing 31.3 points against per game, which is 30th in the NFL.
The Giants have the same ranking for both offense and defense, so it will be interesting to see who walks away with a win this Sunday.