The Washington Commanders pulled out a home win over the Falcons on Sunday. It was the team’s third consecutive victory — and sixth in its last seven outings — to pull to 7-5 on the year. The team remains off the pace in the NFC East chase and in Super Bowl futures, but competing for a playoff spot isn’t out of the question if the strong run of play continues down the stretch. Washington returns to action in Week 13 with a road trip to take on the 7-4 New York Giants. Here’s a closer look at the latest Commanders betting odds and angles.
Washington Commanders odds: Spread, moneyline and over/under
Week 13 betting odds: Commanders travel to face division-rival Giants
The Commanders were favored by 3.5 points for the visit from the Falcons. It was a tight game that was tied at 10 at the half, but Washington was able to pull out a 19-13 victory. The Giants were at the Cowboys on Thanksgiving Day as 10-point underdogs. New York had control of the game in the first half, but Dallas managed a comeback for a 28-20 win.
- Point spread: Commanders , Giants
- Moneyline: Commanders , Giants
- Total: Over/under
Washington is 7-4-1 against the spread and trending under at 4-8 on totals. New York has an 8-3 ATS record and is 4-7 on the over/under. For last year’s two meetings of the NFC East rivals, it was the Commanders on top both times. The Giants lead the all-time series by a margin of 105-71-4.
Commanders vs. Giants player prop odds
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The Commanders are averaging 19.4 points per game and allowing 19.7. Taylor Heinicke has performed well in the starting role, but he hasn’t been lighting up the stat sheet, with seven TDs versus five picks to date. Antonio Gibson is carrying a questionable tag with a foot injury. The Giants are scoring an average of 20.5 per contest while giving up 21.1. Saquon Barkley is among the league leaders with 992 rushing yards. Here are a few Commanders vs. Giants player props to consider.
- Over/under passing yards: Taylor Heinicke , Daniel Jones
- Anytime TD scorer: Antonio Gibson , Saquon Barkley
- Longest reception: Terry McLaurin , Darius Slayton
Washington Commanders odds to win the Super Bowl
Last updated: Dec. 2
When DraftKings first released its Super Bowl 57 odds, the Commanders were in the middle of the pack at +5000. After the team opened the season at 7-5, the odds have adjusted to . Based on the odds, the Commanders are long shots for the big game, but they have an outside chance to contend for a playoff spot. Favorites to win the 2023 Super Bowl include the Buffalo Bills ().
Washington Commanders futures odds for 2022-23
Beyond taking your chances on the Commanders to win Super Bowl 57, you can also place some wagers on how the team will fare elsewhere. Here are some of the latest futures odds for Washington.
- Regular season win total
- Odds to win the NFC East ()
- Odds to win the NFC ()
- To make playoffs: ()
- Most receiving yards: Terry McLaurin ()
The Commanders aren’t expected to be a factor in the conference or division chase, but the team has been competitive while opening up at 7-5. The club could be in the wild card race down the stretch run.
Washington Commanders schedule
|1||Sept. 11||vs. Jacksonville Jaguars||1 p.m. ET||WAS -3|
|2||Sept. 18||@ Detroit Lions||1 p.m. ET||Pick’em|
|3||Sept. 25||vs. Philadelphia Eagles||1 p.m. ET||PHI -5.5 |
|4||Oct. 2||@ Dallas Cowboys||1 p.m. ET||DAL -3|
|5||Oct. 9||vs. Tennessee Titans||1 p.m. ET||Pick’em|
|6||Oct. 13||@ Chicago Bears||8:15 p.m. ET||WAS -1 |
|7||Oct. 23||vs. Green Bay Packers||1 p.m. ET||WAS +4|
|8||Oct. 30||@ Indianapolis Colts||4:25 p.m. ET||WAS +3 |
|9||Nov. 6||vs. Minnesota Vikings||1 p.m. ET||Push -3 |
|10||Nov. 14||@ Philadelphia Eagles||8:15 p.m. ET||WAS +11 |
|11||Nov. 20||@ Houston Texans||1 p.m. ET||WAS -3 |
|12||Nov. 27||vs. Atlanta Falcons||1 p.m. ET||WAS -3.5|
|13||Dec. 4||@ New York Giants||1 p.m. ET||WAS -2.5 (-110)|
NYG +2.5 (-110)
|15||Dec. 18||vs. New York Giants||TBD|
|16||Dec. 24||@San Francisco 49ers||4:05 p.m. ET|
|17||Jan. 1||vs. Cleveland Browns||1 p.m. ET|
|18||Jan. 8||vs. Dallas Cowboys||TBD|
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Since opening the season at 1-4, the Commanders have been playing exceptionally well. The club is riding a three-game winning streak and has won six of its last seven. The team remains behind the pack in the competitive NFC East, but it does have a chance to compete for a wild card berth if the strong run continues. The Commanders return to action on Sunday at the Giants.
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Washington Commanders FAQ
Are the Commanders a playoff contender this season?
The Commanders appear to have an outside shot at a playoff berth this season. They could be in the wild card hunt if all goes well, but they’re not expected to contend for the NFC title.
How did the Commanders do against the spread last year?
The Commanders went 7-9-1 against the spread last season. The team was 7-10 on the moneyline and had the same mark on the over/under.
Whom did the Commanders add and lose in the offseason?
The Commanders acquired Carson Wentz from the Colts via trade. In free agency, top signings included Andrew Norwell and Trai Turner, while Brandon Scherff and Tim Settle are among those who have moved on from Washington. The team’s first-round pick in the NFL draft was Jahan Dotson.
What did the Commanders trade for Carson Wentz?
The Commanders traded a package of picks to the Colts to acquire Wentz. Washington sent a second-round, third-round, and conditional third-round choice to Indianapolis. The Commanders also received a seventh-round pick as part of the deal.