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Seahawks at Giants for MNF: Betting Odds and Preview

Last Updated on September 29, 2023 6:32 pm by Erwin Noguera

An attractive game will be played in the fourth week of the NFL, as the New York Giants host the Seattle Seahawks, both with the obligation to improve their performance.

The New York team was shredded 30-12 by the San Francisco 49ers, who had all the time and space they wanted to demolish the defense.

The Seattle franchise obtained an important 37-27 victory over the Carolina Panthers, with a good performance by quarterback Geno Smith.


Monday, October 2 – 8:15 pm ET at the MetLife Stadium

Moneyline odds:

Seahawks -106 

Giants -114

Where Can I Watch?

ESPN, ABC7 New York, and NFL Game Pass on DAZN

Why Bet on the Giants?

The New York Giants set up the season thinking about the possibility of reaching the postseason and for now, the dream does not have many bases.

In the last game, they lost 30-12 to the San Francisco 49ers, who gained 441 total yards and 300 passing yards, which Brock Purdy used to feast on, with two touchdown passes.

Offensively, Daniel Jones completed 22 of 32 passes attempted, but only posted 137 yards and had one interception, while his replacement, Tyrod Taylor, was 0-1 in attempts to set up teammates.

Matt Breida and Gary Brightwell each attempted four carries, but that did nothing to fuel a dead offense.

New York forced virtually no turnovers from their opponents and the ruling is almost similar to the 40-0 thrashing in Week 1 against the Dallas Cowboys, when Jones was stripped on two possessions and Saquon Barkley’s 51 rushing yards came to naught.

Barkley, Daniel Bellinger, DJ Davidson, Azzez Ojulari, Andrew Thomas, and Ben Brederson will be down for the home team.

Why Bet on the Seahawks?

Seattle has a kinder present in the NFL, as it has a 2-1 record, in part because of Geno Smith’s good start to the season at quarterback.

The team’s last game ended with a 37-27 victory over the Carolina Panthers, with 23 of 36 passes by Smith, who accumulated 296 yards and a touchdown, which served to offset the interception.

Kenneth Walker III, who had a night of 18 carries, 97 yards on the ground, and two touchdowns, had a dream day last weekend on offense.

Despite a slumping start to the season against the Los Angeles Rams, the Seahawks have managed to get back on track to beat the dangerous Detroit Lions and now the Panthers. 

But it’s not all happiness for the team, as there are injuries galore: Riq Woolen, Jamal Adams, Coby Bryant, Dre’Mont Jones, Darrell Taylor, and Tre Brown are out.

Final Betting Analysis: Seahawks at Giants 

Although they are playing at the home of the needy New York Giants, the Seattle Seahawks are better in all areas of the game, while the home team seems to be unable to find the offensive direction with quarterback Daniel Jones. The victory will go to the visitors at MetLife Stadium.

The numbers at have Giants as the favorite, as the Moneyline for them shows -114, meanwhile, the Seahawks have +106.

The last time these teams played the Seahawks won 27-13, with two touchdown passes from Geno Smith.

Go for a straight win in the Moneyline Seahawks. If you bet $100 at +106, you will gain $106 for a total payout of $206.

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