New York Giants vs Seattle Seahawks News & Picks
New York Giants vs Seattle Seahawks Odds
|New York Giants||+11 -105||42 -110o||-360|
|Seattle Seahawks||+8½ -110||42 -110u||+300|
**Odds as of 12/04**
Against the Spread (Devlin Duckett)
The NY Giants are far from a juggernaut, but they have won three games in a row and lead the NFC East. NY fields the ninth-ranked defense in the league when they travel to Seattle to battle the vulnerable Seahawks. The Giants D should be able to slow the Hawks’ high-flying offense, pressuring Russell Wilson into poor choices. Whether it’s Daniel Jones or Colt McCoy under center for NY, they have an excellent opportunity to exploit a leaky Seattle pass defense. The Seahawks currently give up the most passing yards per game in the NFL. Seattle should definitely still win this game, but covering a 10-point spread in this situation is a lot to ask. The Giants are 4-1 ATS over their last five contests, and 21-8 ATS in their previous 29 road games. Seahawks 29, Giants 21
Over/Under (Zack Robinson)
The Cincinnati Bengals really missed Joe Burrow against the New York Giants (Week 12). With Burrow on the field they probably would have won it, but now they have Brandon Allen under center. Allen needs more time with the first team, so don’t expect the Bengals to score a lot of points in the upcoming weeks. Joe Mixon remains out due to injury and Giovani Bernard is not that explosive.
The Bengals average 20.9 points per game and the total has gone over in four of their last six games this season.
No matter who’s under center, the Miami Dolphins already proved that they can fight against any team. Both Ryan Fitzpatrick and Tua Tagovailoa have been sensational and the Dolphins’ defense has improved a lot this season. Head coach Brian Flores said that Tagovailoa is the starter, but if he can’t make it Fitzpatrick would be ready.
The Dolphins average 25.8 points per game and the total has gone under in five of their last six games against the Bengals.
Go under once again.
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