NFL Week 11 Schedule: Predictions and matchups for the Eagles divisional rivals

  • The Eagles get healthy off the bye.
  • The Cowboys killed the Giants' will to compete.
  • The Commanders got their heart ripped out... again.
  • Brian Daboll wants everyone to suffer.

Brian Daboll, New York Giants
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Giants offense vs. Commanders defense

Analysis: The Giants have 11 guys that take the field whenever they have the ball. Saquon Barkley is their running back, and he used to be very good. 

What really sucks about all of this is the Giants’ head coach Brian Daboll maybe sort of wants to develop the offense a little bit. At the end of the game last week the Giants were down 49-10. Daboll, however, wanted to get acting quarterback Tommy DeVito reps, so Daboll used his timeouts to make the game last as long as humanly possible. Ironically, that should be considered a terroristic attack against humanity. 

You’re down by five scores Brian, just end the game. End the suffering and let everyone go home and drink themselves into oblivion, you absolute psychopath.

That being said, if DeVito were to develop in the passing game, it would be this week. The Commanders’ defensive backfield is soft and can be thrown on. Obviously, DeVito is so bad that he won’t be able to take advantage of this opportunity, but the opportunity will be there. 

Prediction: Washington -8.5

The Commanders aren’t a good team and they aren’t a bad team. The Giants are a very very bad team and the players don’t want to be around anymore. Yes, 8.5 points is a lot of points, but there’s no reason to think that the Giants can form any type of coherent game plan that can be implemented by their incredible lack of talent.

Luckily for us, this game is buried in an early slate with seven other games, so this won’t show up on RedZone at all. That’s a great thing for everyone.