Giants vs Redskins Week 4 Predictions

Giants vs Redskins NFL Week 4 game on Sunday is going to be a lot more interesting after their last game. New York Giants finally opened up their points table by beating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 3 game. The shocking thing was that Giants managed all this without their starting quarterback Eli Manning.

Daniel Jones was the replacement who did an amazing job even without their lead running back Saquon Barkley who got injured in the second quarter. The Redskins have lost all 3 games but Case Keenum has been doing a great job and they could have almost defeated the Eagles in the first game. Here are the top players and positions we should look forward to in the Giants vs Redskins Week 4 game.

Can Julio Jones repeat his Magic?

Julio Jones in Giants vs Redskins

Daniel Jones is the new hero of the Giants who will open the game for the first time in the New York MetLife Stadium. The 22-year-old quarterback was the sixth overall pick in NFL 2019 draft and he has already made a huge impact on his team. In the nail-biting victory against the Bucs, Jones made a record of rushing for 300 passing yards, two passing touchdowns, and two touchdowns.

Saquon Barkley, who was injured in the same game was given a 4 to 5 weeks rest but after a second opinion, they are putting the running back on rehab, not on injured reserve. Wayne Gallman will be replacing Barkley for the rest of the NFL 2019 season games in the Giants.

Redskins Defense and Case Keenum

Redskins have no Support for Case Keenum

Case Keenum will again try hard for a win in the Giants vs Redskins game but his defensive line is kind of useless. While the Redskins team have not won a single game, Keenum has been amazing with five touchdowns, no interception and a passer rating of above 100.

In the last game against the Bears, Keenum made a lot of mistakes but coach Gruden still won’t let Dwayne Haskins open the game in Giants vs Redskins Sunday match. The Redskins have the worse defense in the last three games and allowed conversions on 63.4 percent of attempts. The Giants offense revamped with Daniel Jones can easily beat Washington, and only a miracle will save them from getting 0-4.