Monday Night Football: Redskins vs. Saints

— game time Youth Sterling Shepard Jersey , TV channels, odds, live stream, radio, more Happy Monday, New York Giants fans. Tonight, we have a Monday Night Football matchup between the Washington Redskins and the New Orleans Saints.Here is how to watch, listen to Alec Ogletree Jersey , and wager on the game. Use this as your open thread.Game detailsWhat: Washington Redskins vs. New Orleans SaintsWhen: Monday, Oct. 8Where: Mercedes-Benz SuperdomeGame time: 8:15 p.m.TV: ESPNAnnouncers: Joe Tessitore (play-by-play), Jason Witten (Color Commentary), Anthony “Booger” McFarland (Sideline Analyst), Lisa Salters (Sideline Reporter)Radio: National Radio: Westwood One: Kevin Harlan, Kurt Warner, Ross Tucker SIRIUS: 81 (Was), 83 (NO) XM: 226 (Was) 4Dalvin Tomlinson Jersey , 225 (NO)Odds: Saints -7 [Odds Shark]Prediction: Odds Shark predicts a 28-19 Saints victoryOnline Stream: WatchESPNWeather: 80 degrees at kickoff, breezy and humid [NFL Weather]SB Nation websites: Hogs Haven (Redskins) | Canal Street Chronicles (Saints)Giants at Texans: Not all 0-2 teams are created equal There are currently seven 0-2 NFL teams. Mathematically, we know that history tells us the overall chance of making the playoffs from that sad plight is about 11 percent.The New York Giants and Houston Texans, who meet Sunday at Houston’s NRG Stadium, are among those teams. ESPN’s Bill Barnwell tells us that using a variety of factors the Giants, at playoff odds calculated by ESPN of 5.3 percent, have the second-best chance of those 0-2 teams of turning their season around and making the playoffs.Unfortunately for the Giants, Barnwell also tells us that the Texans — at a whopping 24.4 percent in comparison to the Giants — are the team most likely to reach the playoffs from that 0-2 ledge. He writes Eli Manning Jersey , in part:Using his proprietary statistical data, SB Nation’s Bill Connelly also agrees that Houston is far better than it’s 0-2 record. Connelly writes:Read Connelly’s full post for an explanation of the statistical categories he uses.For what it’s worth, FiveThirtyEight has calculated the Giants’ playoff chances at 5 percent and expected wins at 4.7. In that calculation, Houston is at 8 percent and 5.5 wins. Not much higher, but still — higher.The Giants are 6-point underdogs heading into Sunday. The data appears to tell us that’s no accident, and that avoiding an 0-3 start will take something special from the Giants on Sunday.



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