The Commanders vs Giants live stream has two NFC East teams heading in opposite directions. Washington has new life with Taylor Heinicke under center, while New York is hoping to get a bevy of players back health and ready to go for this NFL live stream.
COMMANDERS VS GIANTS CHANNEL, START TIME
The Commanders vs Giants live stream airs Sunday (Dec 4).
• Time — 1 p.m. ET / 10 p.m. PT / 6 p.m. BST / 4 a.m. AEDT
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Overall, the Washington Commanders are 7-5 this season, but with Taylor Heinicke as their starting quarterback they are a 5-1 football team. The 29-year-old signal caller took over for an injured Carson Wentz in Week 7 and hasn’t looked back. He helped the Commanders to their latest win throwing two touchdown passes last week in their 19-13 victory over the Falcons. Running back Brian Robinson also helped the cause gaining 105 yards on the ground, marking the rookie first career 100-yard game.
The Commanders have a bit of an odd schedule after the next three weeks as they have a chance to make a real impact on the NFC East standings. Washington visits the Giants Sunday, then takes their bye week, then plays the Giants again, this time at home. The meetings could be happening at just the right time for Heinicke and company as they are playing their best ball of the year, while the Giants are hitting a rough patch in their season.
The Giants were sitting at 7-2 just three weeks ago. Then they took a hard loss on their home field to the Lions, before taking another “L” to the Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day. Injuries have taken their toll on the G-men as they have missed starting corners, Fabian Moreau and Adoree Jackson as well as offensive lineman Evan Neal and Jon Feliciano just to name a few. Earlier in the season, 2021 first round pick wide receiver Kadarius Toney injured his hamstring and was later traded to the Chiefs.
There is some good news on the injury front, ESPN is reporting the Giants could get Feliciano, Moreau and Neal back and ready to go for kickoff against the Commanders. A banged up offensive line has had a direct impact on the lackluster rushing attack of the Giants. Saquon Barkley has been held to under 40-rushing-yards in back-to-back games for just the second time in his career. On thanksgiving he ran the ball 11 times for just 39 yards but did have a rushing touchdown.
The Action Network(opens in new tab) has the Commanders as 2.5-point road favorites against the Giants. Taylor Heinicke started both games against the Giants last season, winning both.