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NFL : ATS Matchup
Sunday 10/22/2017Line$ LineOU LineScore




SEATTLE (3 - 2) at NY GIANTS (1 - 5)
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Week 7 Sunday, 10/22/2017 4:25 PM
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SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games3-2+1.22-32-322.07.2337.6(5.4)
Road Games1-2-0.81-21-217.36.7299.7(5)
Last 3 Games2-1+1.22-12-129.79.0383.7(6)1.320.311.3344.0(5.4)2.3
Turf Games2-0+21-11-129.08.0394.5(5.8)1.013.510.5242.5(4.8)1.5
SEATTLE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.25.91321.232:4029-118(4)22-3463.0%241(7)64-360(5.7)(13.9)
Offense Road Games17.36.717.026:2722-74(3.4)22-3858.8%226(5.9)60-300(5)(17.3)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.511.11929:2426-106(4.1)21-3460.7%222(6.5)60-327(5.5)(13.9)
Defense Road Games20.06.322.733:3328-126(4.5)23-4057.9%262(6.5)69-388(5.7)(19.4)
SEATTLE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-640.8%0-00.0%2-47(19.4)2-18(7.6)6-51
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.61.4 14-538.3%1-164.0%2-46(24)16-2(7.7)7-61
Stats Against (Road Games) 15-746.7%0-00.0%1-26(19.7)3-17(5.7)6-53

NY GIANTS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games1-5-0.83-33-317.57.2316.3(5.4)
Home Games0-2-30-21-116.08.0302.5(5.5)1.525.513.5319.5(5.1)1.0
Last 3 Games1-2+2.82-12-122.712.0326.7(5.2)0.720.79.7409.3(6)1.3
Turf Games0-3-40-31-211.75.3279.3(5.2)1.323.314.3343.7(5.3)0.7
NY GIANTS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.22.811.719.430:4125-100(4)23-3665.5%236(6.7)60-337(5.6)(14.8)
Offense Home Games16.08.016.027:4421-107(5)21-3463.2%195(5.7)55-302(5.5)(18.9)
Defense (All Games)22.011.519.831:5528-123(4.3)22-3859.0%248(6.6)66-372(5.6)(16.9)
Opponents Offensive Avg.2411.620.630:1826-104(4.1)23-3761.3%249(6.7)63-353(5.7)(14.7)
Defense Home Games25.513.516.532:1630-131(4.3)18-3255.4%188(5.8)63-319(5.1)(12.5)
NY GIANTS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 15-640.0%1-028.6%2-46(23.2)2-31(13.1)7-59
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.51.3 14-642.4%1-045.1%1-30(22.2)23-2(12)7-58
Stats Against (Home Games) 16-745.5%0-00.0%1-26(17.3)3-68(22.7)8-68
Average power rating of opponents played: SEATTLE 17,  NY GIANTS 21.3
SEATTLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/10/2017@ GREEN BAY9-17L2.5L50U18-9014-27-135128-8428-42-2861
9/17/2017SAN FRANCISCO12-9W-13.5L41U37-13123-39-181019-15915-27-891
9/24/2017@ TENNESSEE27-33L2.5L41.5O22-6929-49-364035-19520-32-2250
10/8/2017@ LA RAMS16-10W2.5W46.5U25-6224-38-179222-10022-47-2755
10/22/2017@ NY GIANTS            
11/9/2017@ ARIZONA            

NY GIANTS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/10/2017@ DALLAS3-19L6L46U12-3529-38-198131-12924-39-2630
9/24/2017@ PHILADELPHIA24-27L5W42O17-4935-47-366239-19321-31-1611
10/1/2017@ TAMPA BAY23-25L2.5W46.5O28-9130-49-288023-11122-38-3230
10/8/2017LA CHARGERS22-27L-3L45O25-15221-36-183229-12421-44-2581
10/15/2017@ DENVER23-10W13.5W37.5U32-14811-19-118017-4631-54-3663
11/5/2017LA RAMS            
11/12/2017@ SAN FRANCISCO            
11/19/2017KANSAS CITY            
SEATTLE: Seattle has a flimsy O-line, but enough skill-position talent to overcome it. QB Russell Wilson has developed solid in-the-pocket skills in a spread passing attack, while maintaining his ability to improvise on the move. WR Doug Baldwin can beat defenders in a number of ways, while TE Jimmy Graham still causes matchup problems. RB Thomas Rawls is a violent runner, while change-of-pace RB C.J. Prosise looked great in limited action as a rookie. The Seahawks gave up the third fewest points and the lowest yards per carry average in the league last season. The Legion of Boom secondary lost a step, as CB Richard Sherman looked less dominant and safeties Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor battled injuries. Up front, DE Michael Bennett is an underappreciated superstar while LBs Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright are textbook examples of what NFL coaches want from linebackers.
NY GIANTS: Coming off a down season, QB Eli Manning enters his fourth year in head coach Ben McAdoo's West Coast spread system. WR Odell Beckham is unstoppable when his head is right, and WR Brandon Marshall and rookie TE Evan Engram are huge upgrades to his supporting cast who should relieve some defensive pressure. The running game is an afterthought, with a middling offensive line working in front of 2016 fifth-rounder RB Paul Perkins. Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo's D held opponents to 15 points per game in the second half of last season. S Landon Collins is a playmaker whose coverage deficiencies are masked by the excellent CB combo of Janoris Jenkins and Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. DT Damon "Snacks" Harrison is a run-stuffer while DE Olivier Vernon sets the edge on running plays as well as anyone, though he and DE Jason Pierre-Paul have little help on the pass-rush.
Giants, Seahawks face offensive line challenges

The New York Giants, who host the Seattle Seahawks at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, have some common ground.

The biggest similarity is that both teams have had issues on their respective offensive lines.

In the case of the Seahawks, they have fielded two different combinations this season. The constants have been left tackle Rees Odhiambo, left guard Luke Joekel, center Justin Britt and right tackle Germain Ifredi.

At right guard, Mark Glowinski started the first two games but struggled and was benched in favor of Oday Aboushi, who has played there for the last three games.

This week, with Joeckel recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery, the Seahwks are looking at their third different offensive line combination.

"Yeah, it's really difficult because it's the area of the game that needs to be so connected and that means the chemistry and the communications and the ability to talk to one another, identify in similar fashions so that you can play this game, is really a challenge," said Seahawks coach Pete Carroll via a conference call with Giants reporters Wednesday.

"We have been very young for the last couple years and that keeps you in the transition mode because you're not able to bank on the chemistry and that background and the resources that you need to really communicate like you need to be a really high functioning team. It's a process and we're in progress making it that way."

The struggles for the Seahawks on the offensive line have been particularly noticeable in run blocking. The Seahawks have rushed for more than 100 yards only twice this season, in Weeks 2 and 4.

While losing running back Chris Carson has been a big part of Seattle's struggles, the run blocking as a whole just hasn't been consistent.

"We're making progress, but it's the process that we're going through to just get tight and get clean and get sharp," Carroll said. "A couple weeks ago, we ran for 194 yards and then the next week we ran for 60. So we're not as consistent as we need to be.

"The (teams) we're playing have something to say about that, but we have to do a better job, we've got to be on the mark, we've just got to be more precise about what we're doing and that just comes with time."

The Giants' offensive line situation has been a lot worse. New York has trotted out five different offensive line combinations since Week 1 largely because of injuries to right tackle Bobby Hart and center Weston Richburg.

But unlike the Seahawks, the Giants might have found an offensive line combination in left tackle Ereck Flowers, left guard John Jerry, center Brett Jones, right guard D.J. Fluker and right tackle Justin Pugh that they can hang their hats on.

With Jones in the lineup, the Giants, who have also replaced struggling running back Paul Perkins with the tandem of Orleans Darkwa and rookie Wayne Gallman, have rushed for 300 yards on 57 carries in their last two games, making this the first time they've rushed for more than 100 yards in consecutive regular-season games since the final three games of last year, when they ran for 114 yards (twice) and 161 yards in winning efforts.

"Brett has done well," Giants offensive line coach Mike Solari said last week. "Brett is a hard worker. He's always prepared. He's always working hard and did a nice job with learning the offensive technique and the fundamentals.

"Critical for the center. He's the kind of leader of the offensive line, making the calls because calls come from inside out and he did a good job. Doing a great job. He's improved every day."

Another key for the Giants has been the willingness of Pugh, their starting left guard in Week 1, to move back and forth between guard and tackle this season.

"He's a pro. I mean, 'Whatever you want me to do to win,'" Solari said. "And I'm trying to say not only is Justin, but all the men making moves and making adjustments and trying to get the best vibe on the football fields they're competing and to get better. The nice thing is, is they're competing and it's good. It's what you want. It's what makes us better."

Giants coach Ben McAdoo said last week that he liked what he saw of the latest offensive line combination. Although he wouldn't come right out and confirm that he'll be sticking with it this week, that's the assumption given that Richburg is still in the league's concussion protocol.

Where the Giants' offensive line can improve is in pass protection. Although New York only attempted 19 passes last week, quarterback Eli Manning was sacked three times despite deploying that quick-release passing game in which he's not holding onto the ball for long.

If they can stay with one combination, that would be a step in the right direction.

"It's been challenging with the offensive line," Solari said of the musical chairs. "They're working hard and next man up mentality. And, again, just the changing of the different positions is an adjustment we're making. We're getting better."

Last Updated: 9/26/2018 12:07:55 PM EST

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