Sports

Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants match preview: TV Channel, Start Time, How to Watch Live Streaming

Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants match preview: TV Channel, Start Time, How to Watch Live Streaming

nfl-grassWashington Redskins vs. New York Giants match preview: TV Channel, Start Time, How to Watch Live Streaming

Washington Redskins vs. New York Giants match is going to be a very interesting game for both the teams’ fans across the US. There is no denying the fact that “Thursday Night Football” actually gives us a great opportunity in Week 3 to see two great teams to face each other.

There is no doubt that the NFC East matchup is still very early in the tournament, nonetheless both the teams will try to put their best foot forward.

New York Giants, to be true thus far, have let their fans down. The New York Giants are looking out of shape and are 0-2 after losing two very winnable games to start the season. Some analysts of the game have said that they snatched defeat from the jaws of victories.

One thing that can go in their favor is the fact that Giants are actually favored at home, and the point spread indicates that oddsmakers believe New York is the better team.

One player who is going to play a decisive role in the win or even loss of the team is Preston Parker. He has underperformed in the last two games in this season, and any more unimpressive, run of the mill type performances will make his future rather uncertain in the life.

He has played two games in this season thus far and after recording just 42 yards on 12 targets, and after his five catches, his fans too are becoming suspicious of his response.

Reports suggest that Victor Cruz might be ready to make his season debut in Week 4, but he’s been ruled out against the Redskins. Rookie wide out Geremy Davis could see more playing time, having recorded just one catch in the first two games.

The game starts at 8:25 p.m. ET, and both CBS and the NFL Network have the broadcast.

A free live stream is available online at nflnonline.nfl.com.

More in Sports