Seahawks vs Giants is this week’s Monday Night football matchup and promises to be one filled with big moments. It’s been a sluggish start to the year from New York, whilst the Seahawks have advanced to 2-1 after back-to-back wins. Will they find a third against the G-Men?
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Seahawks vs Giants: week 4 info
Date: Monday, October 2nd
Time: 8:00PM ET
Location: MetLife Stadium
TV channel: ESPN, NFL Gamepass (DAZN)
NFL Week 4 odds: Seahawks vs Giants
Spread: Seattle Seahawks -2 | New York Giants +2
Moneyline: Seattle Seahawks -130 | New York Giants +110
Total: Over/Under 47
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Kenneth Walker III over 64.5 rushing yards -110
This feels like the most obvious prop of the week. Kenneth Walker has rushed over 65 yards twice in three games and has received 17+ carries in his last two. He faces a Giants run defense that is giving up 138 yards per game. Add 2+2 together and you should get 4 here.
The Seahawks will want to control the game on the road and keep a potentially explosive Giants offense off the field. Walker is among the most exciting backs in the NFL and he’s getting a clear RB1 workload against a wobbly run-stuffing unit.
Geno Smith under 250.5 passing yards -110
This is nothing against Geno, who enjoyed a resurgent campaign in 2022 and has picked up where he left off with two really strong passing games in a row. However, the Giants are allowing the 7th least pass completions per game, and the Seahawks will want to nullify their injuries in the secondary by keeping the Giants off the field.
This correlates with a heavy rushing game from Kenneth Walker III, but Smith should be under this number when all is said and done.
Parris Campbell anytime TD +550
Believe it or not, the former Colts wideout has a higher catch-rate than both Darius Slayton and Darren Waller. He’s yet to find the endzone, but the Seahawks have cluster injuries in the secondary which should lead to some big time mismatches for the Giants’ wideouts to take advantage of.
This is a big price on a player who found the endzone 3 times last season and is becoming a regular in a changing Giants offense.
New York Giants to score 23.5+ points -110
Seattle’s defense is already suspect, with the Seahawks yielding 29.3 points per contest this season. They’re now missing multiple members of their secondary. This should be a game, in front of the home crowd, where New York kicks into gear and really attacks what has been a disappointing defense this season.
I’m not sure if the Giants can win the game, but they can certainly score more than three touchdowns.
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