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Giants vs. Redskins 2014, Week 15: Game time, TV schedule, announcers, odds, injuries, more

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The Giants look for a second straight victory Sunday when they face the Washington Redskins. Here is your complete viewing and listening guide, including game time, TV schedule, odds, injuries, announcers, radio stations and more.

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The 4-9 New York Giants host the 3-10 Washington Redskins Sunday at MetLife Stadium. Game time is 1 p.m. ET and the game will be shown on FOX. Here are all of your game details.

Game Time: 1 p.m. ET

TV: FOX

Announcers: Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa

Odds: Giants by 6.5

Radio: Giants Radio Network -- WFAN 660 AM &101.9 FM (Bob Papa, Carl Banks, Howard Cross) | Giants Radio Network Local Affiliates | Giants Spanish Radio Network -- WADO 1280 AM (Nestor Rosario, Francis Adames)

Online Streaming: Game Rewind | Audio Pass

Injury Report: GIANTS -- OUT: OL James Brewer (concussion), LB Jacquian Williams (concussion/shoulder); PROBABLE -- QB Eli Manning (back), LB Mark Herzlich (concussion), LB Jameel McClain (knee) | REDSKINS -- OUT -- RB Roy Helu (toe), S Brandon Meriweather (toe), LB Keenan Robinson (knee); QUESTIONABLE -- DE Jason Hatcher (knee), DE Kedric Golston (back.foot), WR DeSean Jackson (shin), QB Colt McCoy (neck), DT Chris Baker (chest/toe); PROBABLE -- DT Barry Cofield (illness), LB Will Compton (shoulder).

What It Means

Nothing, obviously, in terms of playoffs. The Giants could, however, guarantee that they won't finish last in the NFC East if they can defeat the Redskins. More importantly, the Giants continue to try to build toward a future they hope will be brighter than their present.

"Ascend, ascend. Play better," is what head coach Tom Coughlin said he wants to see. "The idea is to do the very, very best we can. All we strive for is great effort and that's what we really preach, great effort."

The Giants have gotten excellent play from rookies Odell Beckham Jr., Devon Kennard and Andre Williams, among others. Looking toward next season, growth of the team's young players needs to continue.