NY Giants: 4 bold predictions vs. Washington | Corey Coleman outplays Golden Tate?

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The NY Giants aim to complete the season sweep of Washington Football Team, with the cloud of uncertainty hovering over wide receiver Golden Tate’s future

There’s a chance that the NY Giants’ offense, and Daniel Jones’ supporting cast could look much different Sunday against the Washington Football Team than the one that took the field in a 19-17 Week 6 win.

Golden Tate’s availability remains uncertain after NY Giants head coach Joe Judge left the door open to the veteran receiver being inactive as punishment during a tumultuous week, more on that later, which could lead to a new receiver in the starting lineup.

Meanwhile, the Giants’ defense looks to bounce back from two consecutive second half collapses in close losses to the Philadelphia Eagles and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Will this be the week the Giants put together a complete four quarters of complementary football? Or will Washington’s defense prove too tough to surrender a season sweep against the NFC East rivals?

Scroll through for four bold predictions for Sunday’s game: