NFL SNF New York Giants vs Washington Commanders Same Game Parlay at +1300 odds: Saquon scores again

New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley (26) celebrates his touchdown with guard Jon Feliciano (76) during the first half against the Washington Commanders at MetLife Stadium.

At the end of a long weekend of NFL action, the New York Giants and Washington Commanders will conclude Sunday’s action with this week’s edition of Sunday Night Football. These teams faced off in Week 13, and that game ended in a 20-20 tie, as neither team was able to score in the 10 minute overtime period. The Giants and Commanders are both 7-5-1 and right on the edge of making the playoffs, so this divisional battle just got even more interesting.

Here is my Same Game Parlay for Sunday Night Football.

Giants ML (+180)

Saquon Barkley to score a touchdown (+125)

Giants team total under 20.5 points (-190)

Same Game Parlay odds: +1300


New York Giants ML (+180) over Washington Commanders

It’s been over a month since the Giants last won a game, but Sunday Night Football is the perfect opportunity to end that streak. Going 0-3-1 in their last 4 games looks rough on the schedule, and there’s no way around that. However, their 3 losses came from the Eagles, Cowboys and Lions — 3 of the better teams in the NFL (the Lions are good; don’t pay attention to their record). The Giants’ tie came against this Commanders team, and it was a truly terrible second half and overtime to watch. New York had several chances to end the game, including a field goal with just seconds left in overtime, but just like the field goal they came up short.

Both of these teams are close to being left out of the playoff picture, so a win would go a long way at this point in the season. If the New York secondary can limit Terry McLaurin and make Taylor Heinicke rely on Curtis Samuel and Jahan Dotson, the Giants have an excellent chance at completing the upset.

Check out our New York Giants vs Washington Commanders predictions

Saquon Barkley to score a touchdown (+125)

What a season it’s been for Saquon Barkley. He has surpassed 1,000 rushing yards for the 3rd time in his career, and it’s the first time he has done so since 2019. Barkley has found the endzone 8 times this season, including once in Week 13’s tie with the Commanders. Washington boasts one of the stronger defensive lines in the league that could be getting Chase Young back this Sunday. As intimidating as that sounds, New York will feed Barkley the ball throughout the game — especially in the red zone. If Daniel Jones can lead the Giants downfield and they get to the 10-yard line, you can expect to see a heavy workload from Barkley as New York will want to punch it in through the ground rather than resorting to through the air. He is the center of the Giants’ offense, so at plus odds I’ll happily add Barkley to score in this Same Game Parlay.

Giants team total under 20.5 points (-190)

This is the leg that makes this Same Game Parlay so enticing. New York has been below this line in 4 of its last 6 games and has face a Commanders defensive unit that has slowly crept into the discussion of a top-10 defense. Washington has held opponents to 20 points or less in 5 of their last 6 games, including holding New York to 20 points in Week 13. There’s also a chance that Young makes his season debut, which would make a solid defensive unit even better. Washington ranks 4th in total yards allowed per game, and since its playoff chances rely on a win in this game I expect both defenses to perform at its best. The forecast predicts below-freezing temperatures with 10 MPH winds in D.C. on Sunday night, so we should once again see a low-scoring battle between these 2 teams.

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