Washington Football Team

WAS

Washington Football Team

5-6, 4-7 ATS

34

30

ATL

Atlanta Falcons

5-6, 4-6-1 ATS

Atlanta Falcons

Media Consensus Picks

297 PicksMoneyline
Washington Football Team

WAS

-130

74%

74% predicted the Football Team to win.

246 PicksSpread
Washington Football Team

WAS -2.5

-105

71%

71% predicted the Football Team to cover the spread.

139 PicksOver/Under

Over 47.5

-110

25%

25% predicted the score to be over 47.5.

Best Sportsbook Odds


Washington Football Team
WAS
Team Performance
ATL
Atlanta Falcons
Moneyline
5-6 (45%)OverallOverall5-6 (45%)
2-3 (40%)On RoadAt Home1-4 (20%)
2-1 (67%)As FavoriteAs Underdog2-4 (33%)
As Road FavoriteAs Home Underdog0-2 (0%)
Spread
4-7 (36%)OverallOverall4-6-1 (40%)
2-3 (40%)On RoadAt Home1-4 (20%)
1-2 (33%)As FavoriteAs Underdog2-4 (33%)
As Road FavoriteAs Home Underdog0-2 (0%)
Over-Under-Push
5-6 (45%)OverallOverall5-6 (45%)
3-2 (60%)On RoadAt Home2-3 (40%)
2-1 (67%)As FavoriteAs Underdog3-3 (50%)

What National Media Said

69% of national media analysts called the Football Team victory.

Featured National Media Analyst
Gregg Rosenthal

Gregg Rosenthal

NFL Network

WAS

Washington Football Team

WAS -1.5

Under 47.5

Football Team 23, Falcons 21

“These have been two of the worst teams in football through three weeks, but one of them will soon be 2-2. Defensive variance and a tougher schedule are rocking Ron Rivera's defense each week. Taylor Heinicke is an upgrade at quarterback over what the WFT had a year ago, but not by nearly enough to make up for the defensive decline. The Falcons aren't even trying to throw the ball deep, and it's absolutely a bug -- not a feature -- that Cordarrelle Patterson has more yards from scrimmage than Calvin Ridley and Kyle Pitts. It's early, but I'm a little shook that Matt Ryan and Arthur Smith are leading an offense this bad. ”...

September 30, 2021 via nfl.com

Featured National Media Analyst
Mike Florio

Mike Florio

ProFootballTalk

WAS

Washington Football Team

WAS -1.5

“We expected the Falcons to struggle. We didn’t expect it from Washington. The edge in this one goes to the better overall team. Then again, if Washington can’t win this one, maybe they aren’t.”...

September 30, 2021 via profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

Featured National Media Analyst
Michael David Smith

Michael David Smith

ProFootballTalk

WAS

Washington Football Team

WAS -1.5

Football Team 24, Falcons 20

“Both of these teams have been disappointing so far this season, but I see Washington as closer to turning things around.”...

September 30, 2021 via profootballtalk.nbcsports.com

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Washington Football Team

What Football Team Insiders Said

100% of team insiders called the Football Team victory.

Featured Football Team Insider
John Keim

John Keim

ESPN NFL Nation

WAS

Atlanta Falcons

ATL +1.5

Under 47.5

Football Team 21, Falcons 20

“Washington edge rusher Chase Young -- sackless in his first three games -- will record two sacks and a forced fumble for his first impact game of the season. Young is still evolving as a pass-rusher, and coach Ron Rivera said he needs to be more consistent with how he's rushing -- way less stutter-stepping and more explosion off the line. Young will face a struggling right tackle in Kaleb McGary and an immobile quarterback in Ryan. This defense needs a big game from Young.”...

October 1, 2021 via espn.com


Atlanta Falcons

What Falcons Insiders Said

0% of team insiders called the Football Team victory.

Featured Falcons Insider
Michael Rothstein

Michael Rothstein

ESPN NFL Nation

ATL

Atlanta Falcons

ATL +1.5

Under 47.5

Falcons 24, Football Team 21

“Atlanta QB Matt Ryan has career lows in yards per dropback (5.3) and yards per attempt (6.0), but Washington's defense is allowing 7.2 yards per dropback. The Falcons' offense has not been able to find intermediate and deep routes this year, but could this be the week that Ryan rediscovers going deep?”...

October 1, 2021 via espn.com

Featured Falcons Insider
Kevin Knight

Kevin Knight

The Falcoholic

ATL

September 30, 2021

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Top-Ranked Expert Picks

Best performing analysts in each category this season.

Falcons Overall Experts

Aaron Quinn

25-8-0 (76%)

WAS

Jakob Ashlin

22-8-0 (73%)

WAS

Jon Barnett

24-9-0 (73%)

WAS
Falcons Moneyline Experts

Jakob Ashlin

9-1-0 (90%)

WAS

Pete Sweeney

10-1-0 (91%)

WAS

Jon Barnett

10-1-0 (91%)

WAS
Falcons Spread Experts

Gregg Rosenthal

10-1-0 (91%)

WAS -1.5

Aaron Quinn

10-1-0 (91%)

WAS -1.5

Aidan Curran

8-0-0 (100%)

WAS -2.5
Falcons Over/Under Experts

Casey Sully

8-1-0 (89%)

Under 47.5

Gregory Tompsett

9-2-0 (82%)

Over 47.5

CJ Olson

5-0-0 (100%)

Over 47.5
Football Team Overall Experts

David Gregg

22-8-0 (73%)

WAS

Mike Jones

17-5-0 (77%)

WAS

John Holler

16-4-0 (80%)

WAS
Football Team Moneyline Experts

Laura Rutledge

10-1-0 (91%)

WAS

Kyle Barber

10-1-0 (91%)

WAS

Sam Householder

9-1-0 (90%)

WAS
Football Team Spread Experts

Steve Edelson

9-2-0 (82%)

WAS -1.5

Kevin Nogle

9-2-0 (82%)

WAS -1.5

Esten McLaren

6-0-0 (100%)

WAS -1.5
Football Team Over/Under Experts

Sterling Furrowh

9-2-0 (82%)

Over 47.5

Brandan Schulze

9-2-0 (82%)

Under 47.5

Aaron Casey

8-2-0 (80%)

Over 47.5

Top-Ranked Staff Consensus Picks

Consensus staff picks from the best performing outlets this season.

ProFootballTalk

53-33-0 (62%)

Matchup Performance

WAS (100%)Moneyline
WAS -2.5 (100%)Spread
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Sports Illustrated

66-35-0 (65%)

Matchup Performance

WAS (100%)Moneyline
WAS -2.5 (0%)Spread
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NFL Network

162-102-0 (61%)

Matchup Performance

WAS (82%)Moneyline
WAS -2.5 (100%)Spread
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CBS Sports

169-183-0 (48%)

Matchup Performance

WAS (63%)Moneyline
WAS -2.5 (63%)Spread
No O/U PicksTotal