New York Giants: 3 Reasons They Will Beat The Redskins

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Oct 27, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning (10) huddles his team against the Philadelphia Eagles during the first half at Lincoln Financial Field. The Giants won the game 15-7. Mandatory Credit: Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

Reason 1: Manning Will Catch Fire

The Giants offense finally found a good rhythm last week. Manning threw for 292 yards. The offense got big contributions from Beckham Jr. and Shane Vereen. Good things are starting to happen for the Giants offense. If it were not for an unforgivable turnover in the red zone, the Giants probably win the game comfortably. The offense had less mistakes than it did in the season opener but the mistake hurt the Giants badly.

The Giants passing game will be awfully hard for the Redskins to stop. Their secondary isn’t exactly a strength of their team. Given the time, Manning will surgically slice up the Washington defense. The Giants learned that they have to keep Beckham Jr. involved. Shane Vereen adds an element to the passing game that is so hard to stop and we even were graced with a Larry Donnell sighting in the end zone. This is just the beginning for the Giants offensive groove.

Manning will have the biggest game against the Redskins that he has had in quite some time. He will put enough points on the scoreboard and the Giants will win the game on the merits of his arm.

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