Giants’ Julian Love on Commanders’ Taylor Heinicke: ‘He’s a winner’

The New York Giants face the Washington Commanders this Sunday afternoon at MetLife Stadium in a game that has postseason implications.

Washington has won five of six since Taylor Heinicke has taken over the reins at quarterback after starter Carson Wentz went on IR with a fractured finger on his throwing hand.

He’s no stranger to the Giants, having beaten them twice last season. Giants safety Julian Love believes the Commanders are indeed a different team with Heinicke at the helm.

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Washington is 7-5 and currently hold the seventh and final playoff spot in the NFC. The Giants are 7-4 and hold the sixth seed. The two teams play twice in the next three weeks with Washington having a bye next week while the Giants will be hosting the division-leading Philadelphia Eagles.


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Story originally appeared on Giants Wire