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The New York Giants (1-2) host the Seattle Seahawks (2-1) at MetLife Stadium on Monday, October 2, 2023.
While the Seahawks rank fourth-worst in the NFL in scoring defense with 29.3 points allowed per game, it’s been a different story offensively, as they rank fourth-best in the NFL (29 points per game). The Giants have been outplayed on both sides of the ball this season, ranking second-worst in points (14.3 per game) and third-worst in points allowed (32.7 per game).
Seahawks vs. Giants Picks
The Seahawks are expected by Splash Inc. users to win straight up, but not cover the spread, against the Giants on Monday. At the moment, 72.7% of users are picking them to win, but 29.9% have picked the Giants to cover the 1-point spread.
Game Info: Seahawks vs. Giants
- Game Day: Monday, October 2, 2023
- Game Time: 8:15 PM ET
- TV Channel: ABC/ESPN
- Location: East Rutherford, New Jersey
- Stadium: MetLife Stadium
Take a look at the betting insights and trends below before making a bet on Monday’s Seattle-New York spread (Seattle -1) or over/under (47 points).
Game Trends for Seahawks
- The Seahawks have covered the spread twice in three opportunities this season.
- The Seahawks have a 1-1 record against the spread in games they were favored by 1 point or more this season.
- Seattle has gone over in two of three games with a set total (66.7%).
Stats & Insights for Seahawks
- Despite sporting a bottom-five defense that ranks fourth-worst in the NFL (407.3 yards allowed per game), the Seahawks have played better offensively, ranking 17th in the NFL by averaging 332.7 yards per game.
- The Seahawks have the fourth-best offense this season in terms of points scored (29 points per game), but they rank fourth-worst defensively (29.3 points allowed per game).
- The Seahawks have the 13th-ranked passing offense this season (228.3 passing yards per game), and they’ve been worse on the other side of the ball, ranking second-worst with 328 passing yards allowed per game.
- The Seahawks are putting up 104.3 rushing yards per game on offense, which ranks them 16th in the NFL. On the defensive side of the ball, they rank sixth, giving up 79.3 rushing yards per game.
- The Seahawks rank fifth-worst in third-down percentage (30.3%) and second-worst in third-down percentage allowed (57.4%) this year.
- The Seahawks rank ninth in offensive yards per play (5.7) and 26th in yards per play allowed (5.8) this season.
- The Seahawks rank ninth in the league with a +2 turnover margin after forcing 3 turnovers (19th in the NFL) and committing one (first in the NFL).
Best Players for Seahawks
- Geno Smith: 736 PASS YDS / 245.3 YPG / 68.9% / 4 TD / 1 INT
- Kenneth Walker III: 47 CAR / 204 YDS / 68 YPG / 4 TD / 8 REC / 73 YDS / 24.3 YPG / 0 TD
- Zach Charbonnet: 16 CAR / 73 YDS / 24.3 YPG / 0 TD / 3 REC / 13 YDS / 4.3 YPG / 0 TD
- D.K. Metcalf: 15 REC / 234 YDS / 78 YPG / 1 TD
- Tyler Lockett: 13 REC / 103 YDS / 34.3 YPG / 2 TD
- Noah Fant: 8 REC / 97 YDS / 48.5 YPG / 0 TD
- Bobby Wagner: 33 TKL / 1 TFL
Game Trends for Giants
- The Giants are winless against the spread so far this year (0-3-0).
- The Giants are winless against the spread (0-2) when playing as at least 1-point underdogs.
- Out of Giants three games with a set total, one has hit the over (33.3%).
Stats & Insights for Giants
- The Giants rank fifth-worst in total yards per game (253.3), but they’ve been more effective defensively, ranking 24th in the NFL with 361.7 total yards surrendered per contest.
- The Giants have plenty of room to get better, as they rank second-worst in points per game (14.3) this season and third-worst in points allowed per game (32.7).
- The Giants’ passing game has been sputtering, ranking fifth-worst in the NFL with 165.3 passing yards per game. They have been more effective on the defensive side of the ball, giving up 223.7 passing yards per contest (18th-ranked).
- The Giants rank 25th in rushing yards per game (88), but they’ve been worse defensively, ranking fourth-worst in the NFL with 138 rushing yards surrendered per contest.
- The Giants have been struggling on third down, ranking fifth-worst with a 48.7% third-down conversion rate allowed per game. They have been better on offense, generating a 37.5% third-down rate (19th-ranked).
- The Giants rank fourth-worst in yards per play (4.7), but they’ve been more effective on the defensive side of the ball, ranking 21st in the NFL with 5.7 yards conceded per play.
- The Giants have fared poorly in terms of turnovers, as their turnover margin of -5 is fourth-worst in the NFL.
Best Players for Giants
- Daniel Jones: 562 PASS YDS / 187.3 YPG / 64.9% / 2 TD / 4 INT / 24 CAR / 107 RUSH YDS / 1 TD
- Saquon Barkley: 29 CAR / 114 YDS / 57 YPG / 1 TD / 9 REC / 41 YDS / 20.5 YPG / 1 TD
- Darren Waller: 12 REC / 132 YDS / 44 YPG / 0 TD
- Darius Slayton: 9 REC / 109 YDS / 36.3 YPG / 0 TD
- Jalin Hyatt: 2 REC / 89 YDS / 44.5 YPG / 0 TD
- Micah McFadden: 24 TKL / 5 TFL