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Complete info for Giants vs. Redskins in Week 4.

By SI Wire
September 22, 2014

New York Giants vs. Washington Redskins

The Giants take on the Redskins in an NFC East game at Washington in Week 3. New York is 1-2 after beating the Houston Texans 30-17 last week for its first win of the season, while Washington is 1-2 after falling to the Philadelphia Eagles 37-34.

You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.

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How to Watch

Details for Thursday's game are below:

Kickoff: 8:25 p.m. ET

Live stream: The game can be live streamed through NFL Sunday Ticket.

TV coverage: CBS/NFL Network

RadioFor a list of Giants affiliates, click here. For a list of Redskins affiliates, click here

Odds: A full breakdown from Odds Shark

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Game Facts

Redskins facts

The Redskins last defeated the Giants on Dec. 3, 2012 on Monday Night Football.

Cornerback DeAngelo Hall injured his Achilles against the Eagles and could be out for the season.

Wide receiver DeSean Jackson returned from a shoulder injury to play against Philadelphia, catching five passes for 117 yards and a touchdown.

Jackson's taunting helped spark a brawl between Redskins and Eagles last week.

Jackson caught his 18th career touchdown of 50-plus yards against Philadelphia. He has the most in the NFL since he entered the league in 2008.

In his first start in place of the injured Robert Griffin III, quarterback Kirk Cousins threw fro 427 yards and three touchdowns against the Eagles.

Kicker Kai Forbath had made 18 straight field goals before missing a 33-yarder against Philadelphia.

Washington hasn't won a non-Thanksgiving Thursday game since 2007.

The Redskins are 6-8 all-time in Thursday games.

Washington last defeated the Giants on a Thursday in 1937.

Giants facts

The Giants have defeated the Redskins twice in a row and have won three of the teams' last four games.

New York leads the all-time series 94-64-4.

Running back Rashad Jennings ran for a career-high 176 yards in the win over the Texans.

Jennings' 34 carries were the most for a Giants player since Joe Montgomery had 38 in 1999.

New York forced three turnovers against Houston, their first three takeaways of the season.

Wide receiver Victor Cruz's touchdown catch against the Texans was his first since Week 4 last season.

Even after gaining 419 total yards against Houston, the Giants were 26th in the NFL in total offense after Sunday's games.

Quarterback Eli Manning didn't throw an interception for the first time this season and for the first time since Nov. 24 last season.

Linebacker Jameel McClain, who replaced injured starter Jon Beason, led the team with 11 tackles against Houston.

Cornerback Trumaine McBride had his first career sack in the game against the Texans.

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