Finn: NFL Sunday Free Play: Seattle at N.Y. Giants

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The Seahawks (-3.5, 39.5)  and the Giants play one of Sunday’s second session NFL Week #7 affairs on the east coast. Kickoff is slate for 4:25 p.m. ET at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Finn: NFL Sunday Free Play: Seattle at N.Y. Giants

The most interesting talk in the New York metro area is which of their football teams will lose the most games. The talk isn’t about playoffs or which franchise has the best chance to be a part of January’s postseason schedule. Seattle comes into Sunday’s affair well rested off a bye. The Giants are injury riddled and will be without their top two receivers for the rest of the season.

The Seahawks appear to be breaking out of their early-season struggles, winning their last two games and posting their first road victory by shutting down the Los Angeles Rams prior to last week’s bye. New York is coming off a surprising victory at Mile High over the Denver Broncos. The win, as double-digit underdogs, has prevented Seattle from overlooking Eli Manning and company. Because of Seattle’s offensive shortcomings the coaching staff is expected to play with more tempo in New York this afternoon. Quarterback Russell Wilson is playing behind a make-shift offensive line but has eight touchdown passes against three interceptions on the season. The rushing attack has been pedestrian since losing rookie tailback Chris Carson to a fractured leg. Defensively the ‘Hawks have been consistent. Rush end Michael Bennett (four sacks) is playing through a plantar fascia injury and will be available for this Week #7 contest.

Manning doesn’t have wide outs Odell Beckham Jr. or Brandon Marshall and the offensive is having little to no success running the football. Tailback Orleans Darkwa did find success a week ago in Denver after the team took a commanding lead. Darkwa gained 121 yards on 17 carries. Rookie tight end Evan Engram is now Manning’s top target in the passing game. Engram recorded five catches and a season-high 82 yards versus the Broncos. The return of wide receiver Sterling Shepard (ankle) is a game time decision today. Shepard missed last week’s win with an ankle injury but practiced on a limited basis this week.

The Giants defense has been inconsistent this season due to the inability of the Giants offense to stay on the field. Arguably the G-Men’s best defensive weapon against the pass, cover corner Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, has been serving a team imposed suspension.

Injury updates:

Seattle placed defensive end Cliff Avril (neck) on injured reserve. Cornerback Jeremy Lane (groin) was downgraded to out for Sunday’s game against the Giants. Defensive end Michael Bennett (heel) and running back C.J. Prosise (ankle) are listed as questionable but expected to play.

New York’s coaching staff believe they will have the services of wide receiver Sterling Shepard (ankle) after practicing in part this past week.


Sunday’s Free Pick is a play on the Seattle Seahawks minus the points
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Finn: NFL Sunday Free Play: Seattle at N.Y. Giants

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