LANDOVER, Md. — With losing records, shaky defenses and injury-depleted rosters, Washington and the New York Giants aren’t exactly ready for prime time, let alone for a national audience tuning in on Thanksgiving night.

The teams are a combined 6-14, including 0-5 in the NFC East. Not only did Washington fall apart last weekend, letting a 15-point lead disappear in the final three minutes of what became an overtime loss, but its list of players on injured reserve has risen to 15.

Asked how that affects his ability to game plan, Coach Jay Gruden joked Wednesday: “Well, does it look like I’ve slept a lot?”

Washington (4-6), hosting a Thanksgiving Day game for the first time, is technically still able to make the playoffs but also has lost four of five games.

The main question facing the Giants (2-8) at this point, meanwhile, is whether there’s any way Coach Ben McAdoo can hold onto his job.

A year after getting to the postseason, Eli Manning and New York have been among the league’s dregs, even losing to the otherwise-winless San Francisco 49ers.

Somehow, though, the Giants pulled off a surprise last weekend, defeating AFC West leader Kansas City, so maybe they won’t just be easy pickings on Turkey Day.

“It’s the same approach we’ve had all year: We go into these games expecting to win,” defensive lineman Damon Harrison said.

HALL OF FAME: First-year eligibles Ray Lewis and Randy Moss are among 27 semifinalists for induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Others in their initial year of eligibility who made this cut are Brian Urlacher, Richard Seymour, Steve Hutchinson and Ronde Barber.

Four previously eligible players made the semifinals for the first time: LeRoy Butler, Leslie O’Neal, Simeon Rice and Everson Walls. All others on the 2018 list have reached the semifinals in previous years.

CHIEFS: Kansas City signed veteran cornerback Darrelle Revis in its latest attempt to shore up their porous defensive backfield, though it’s unclear when he’ll be ready to play.

Revis had been a free agent after playing for the New York Jets last season. The Chiefs head back to the Meadowlands to face the Jets on Dec. 3.

Revis was a seven-time Pro Bowl player and at one point was widely considered the best cornerback in the league, picking off 29 passes over 10 seasons and winning a Super Bowl with the New England Patriots.

49ERS: San Francisco plans to give rookie C.J. Beathard his fifth consecutive start Sunday against Seattle, Coach Kyle Shanahan said.

That means Jimmy Garoppolo likely will be the backup for at least another week after being acquired in a trade with the Patriots at the Oct. 31 deadline.

Shanahan said the decision stemmed from Beathard’s play in San Francisco’s first win Nov. 12 against the Giants.

JETS: Running back Matt Forte remains sidelined with an ailing knee and is uncertain to play Sunday against Carolina.

Forte, who turns 32 on Dec. 10, missed the Jets’ last game at Tampa Bay on Nov. 12 with swelling in his surgically repaired right knee.

BRONCOS: Coach Vance Joseph handed the starting quarterback job to Paxton Lynch, elevating the former first-round pick who failed to win the job outright under two coaching staffs but gets another chance because of Denver’s tailspin .

The Broncos (3-7) have lost six straight and Joseph replaced offensive coordinator Mike McCoy on Monday with Bill Musgrave, who helped guide Derek Carr in Oakland the last two seasons.