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Week four in the NFL concludes with the Seattle Seahawks traveling to New York to face off against the Giants at MetLife Stadium. Seattle comes into this game as a slight 1.5-point favorite.
The Saquon Barkley injury news has been swirling all week. His status for Monday night could change the entire game. This game starts at 8:30 PM and can be streamed on ABC and ESPN+.
The Seattle Seahawks have never lost at MetLife Stadium. Every game has juicy prop bets, but our team has found a few to make your Monday profitable.
Geno Smith and the Seahawks have experienced three high-scoring games to start the season. Since Smith became the starter in Seattle, he has done an amazing job posting incredible stats.
With weapons like DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett, and Kenneth Walker, there aren’t many starting quarterbacks that wouldn’t succeed on this team. Through three games, Smith is averaging 245 yards per game.
The Giants defense has given up 223.7 passing yards per game. The Giants have been a disappointment so far this season, coming up well short of Brian Daboll’s expectations. We expect Smith to come out and do what he does so often and air the ball out early and often.
Kenneth Walker has been an elite addition to this fast-moving team since being drafted by Seattle in the 2022 NFL Draft. In 2022, Walker averaged 70 yards rushing and 11 yards receiving per game.
Walker averages 68 yards rushing per game and just under 24 receiving yards per game. He has been electric all season and has proven that he is capable of handling every down-back role for this team.
New York is 28th in the league against the run, giving up 138 rush yards a game. They are also 17th in the league against the pass. Walker should have no problem posting big numbers against a team that can’t quite find a rhythm on either side of the ball.
Seattle has scored many points week after week, as we’ve been stating throughout the previous two props. We don’t expect this game to be any different for the Seahawks, given the fact that no one has been able to stop them from doing so, and the Giants can’t seem to stop anyone, either.
Through three fast-paced weeks, the Seahawks are averaging 29 points per game. New York is giving up 32 points per game on average, which is 31st in the league. The Denver Broncos are the only team worse on the defensive side of the ball, following them giving up 70 points to the Dolphins.
We fully expect Smith to get the ball down the field to Lockett and Metcalf, while Walker is used heavily in short passing downs and in the run game.
It’s tough to look through any props for the Giants, and we understand this seems like a New York bash, but with the struggles they’ve been having, it’s hard to predict anything good for New York with the injury to Saquan Barkley.
Tanner Kern has been working in the betting industry since 2020. He currently is a social media content creator at DraftKings and contributes to multiple sites in addition to WSN, including Forbes and VSiN. He is also the cohost of the podcast Ride the Line at WSN.More info on Tanner Kern
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