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Washington at N.Y. Giants (+3), 39.5 o/u – Sunday, 1 p.m. EST
The Story: The NFL gets a lot – and I mean a lot – of things wrong these days, but Week 17 isn't really one of them. Scheduling nothing but division rivalry games for the final weekend ensures that every contest has some meaning and teeth to it, even if the teams involved are long out of playoff contention as these two are. (As for teams resting stars in Week 17, hey, that's on the coaching staffs and front offices, not the league.) While Washington doesn't have much to play for other than the chance to kick a dysfunctional enemy while they're down, the game does carry some weight for the Giants, as a win and a Colts loss would bump them down to the No. 3 slot in next year's draft. Given the situation, you'd think they'd be giving young Davis Webb the start under center to see what he's made of, and try not to cost themselves draft position, but apparently the "bench Eli Manning" ship has already sailed. And sunk.
•2017 WAS offense: 22.1 PPG (14th), 92.5 rushing yds/gm (26th), 262.3 passing yds/gm (9th), 38 sacks allowed (T-18th), 24 turnovers (T-23rd)
•2017 NYG offense: 15.2 PPG (31st), 85.9 rushing yds/gm (29th), 236.5 passing yds/gm (17th), 32 sacks allowed (T-11th), 21