Week 15 SNF Player Props: Can Saquon Barkley Snap His Slump?

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The New York Giants and Washington Commanders meet on Sunday night in a pivotal NFC East clash. We’re looking at Week 15 SNF player props for this primetime matchup that carries postseason ramifications.

Week 15 Sunday Night Football Player Props, Anytime Touchdown Scorers

Daniel Jones Over 0.5 Interceptions

The top sportsbooks are offering plus-money for good reason. Daniel Jones (4) and the Commanders (7) have only combined for 11 interceptions. Jones hasn’t completed a pass to the other team since Week 11, when he threw two picks against the Lions.

However, all it takes is one flukey play – a tipped ball, a receiver slipping, etc. – for a pass to end up in the hands of a defender. The Commanders rank fourth in the league in pressure percentage, and this doesn’t project as a game with clean, incisive offensive production.

Saquon Barkley TD | Longest Rush Over 13.5 Yards

Barkley is in the midst of a serious funk – he’s averaging 2.9 yards per carry over his last four – yet he remains the team’s best offensive player. He’s a likely candidate to receive the opportunity to punch in a short score, but he can also find the paint from distance.

We also like him to record a run greater than 13.5 yards despite his recent struggles. He completed a run of at least 14 yards in nine of 13 games, including a long of 21 when these two teams met two weeks ago.

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Darius Slayton Over 44.5 Receiving Yards

Slayton leads the Giants in targets and receiving yards as their primary downfield option. Last week’s game against the Eagles was a disaster for everyone, including Slayton (two receptions, 42 yards). In the three games prior, however, Slayton averaged eight targets and a tick under 80 yards.

He finished with six receptions for 90 yards against the Commanders in Week 13, and he should receive enough volume to put him in position to rack up at least 45 receiving yards once again.

Curtis Samuel TD

Bettors in the mood for a long-shot should consider Samuel to find paydirt on Sunday night. His greatest asset is his versatility – he’s third on the team in touches and will likely receive a handful of carries in addition to his targets. He’s also second in touchdowns, so he’s a weapon offensive coordinator Scott Turner can deploy in a variety ways when they reach scoring range.