Points and yardage could be tough to come by when the Giants and Washington Football Team clash at 8:20 p.m. ET on Thursday Night Football. Caesars Sportsbook lists the total at just 40.5 points, the lowest on the Week 2 NFL schedule. That has led to low totals in the Giants vs. Washington player props as well. Daniel Jones' passing total is listed at 231.5 yards, while Taylor Heinicke, who is filling in for the injured Ryan Fitzpatrick (hip), is getting 241.5.

Other NFL props of note for WFT vs. Giants include Sterling Shepard's receiving yards set at 61.5, Kenny Golladay's at 47.5 and Antonio Gibson's rushing yardage posted at 65.5. With dozens of NFL props on the NFL odds board, finding the best picks could be a challenge. Before locking in any NFL prop bets for Thursday Night Football, you need to see the Washington vs. Giants prop predictions from the SportsLine Projection Model.

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With Giants vs. Washington squaring off Thursday, the model has evaluated the NFL player props from Caesars and found five strong bets. You can only see them here.

Top NFL player prop bets for Giants vs. Washington 

After simulating Washington vs. Giants 10,000 times, the model says Giants quarterback Daniel Jones goes well under his total passing yardage projection. The over-under for his passing yardage is set at 231.5, but SportsLine's model says he fails to clear 200, making the under (-115) the clear value play on that prop.

Jones cleared 231.5 with room to spare in Week 1, throwing for 267 yards in a loss against the Broncos. However, the Giants were attempting to come from behind in that game, giving him more passing opportunities than usual.

Jones' history against Washington indicates that he's in for a low total on Thursday. He's averaged 225.3 passing yards per game in his career against Washington, a number inflated by one 300-yard performance two years ago.

Washington makes life tough on opposing quarterbacks. The Football Team ranked fifth in interceptions last season (16) and second in total passing defense. Kendall Fuller and William Jackson III comprise one of the league's top cornerback duos, so don't expect Jones to hit his total in this primetime matchup.

How to make NFL player prop bets for Washington vs. Giants

In addition, the model has found a prop bet that returns plus-money. You need to see the model's analysis before making any Giants vs. Washington prop bets for Thursday.

Which Giants vs. Washington props should you back on Thursday Night Football? Visit SportsLine now to see the top Washington vs. Giants prop bets for Thursday, all from the model that's up almost $7,900 on top-rated NFL picks.