Seahawks vs. Giants Score, Highlights, and More: Seahawks Demolish Giants on Monday Night Football

    The Seahawks vs. Giants will end what was an excellent slate of games, when the two NFC teams clash on Monday Night Football!

    The Seattle Seahawks traveled to the dreaded MetLife Stadium to take on the New York Giants. After a rocky start, Seattle’s defense dominated New York, holding them to only 3 points.

    From the current NFL standings to team depth charts to coverage of every game in the 18-week NFL schedule, we have all the news from around the league to keep you up to speed!

    Seahawks vs. Giants Box Score and Results

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    Highlights and Analysis

    11:10 p.m. ET: Well, that was an absolute beatdown from the Seahawks. They add a late FIELD GOAL to come away 24-3.

    10:35 p.m. ET: Well it looked like the Giants were about to make this game, but instead, Jones throws an INTERCEPTION that results in a 96-yard TOUCHDOWN.

    9:55 p.m. ET: After Smith went to the locker room with an ankle injury, Drew Lock came in and drove the Seahawks down the field. After a nice catch and run by Noah Fant, Kenneth Walker scored the TOUCHDOWN.

    9:24 p.m. ET: Geno Smith is injured with a right ankle issue. The Giants, after a promising drive, settled for a 57-yard FIELD GOAL.

    8:55 p.m. ET: What an odd game we are witnessing. Flags, fumbles, false starts. We have seen it all. After a strip sack, the Seahawks were able to get the ball in the red zone and score the first points of the game thanks to a 10-yard TOUCHDOWN catch by DK Metcalf.

    8:24 p.m. ET: First possession for the Giants started off strong, but unfortunately, it stalls on a 4th and 1 in the red zone. New York tried to do their version of the Tush Push, something their fellow NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles have perfected. Instead, Daniel Jones was stuffed, and it is now the Seahawks’ ball.

    How To Watch Seahawks vs. Giants

    ESPN goes back to a standard broadcast schedule for Monday Night Football with no doubleheader in Week 4. The Seahawks and Giants MNF matchup will air on both ESPN and ABC at 8:15 p.m. ET. For those wishing to stream the game, the tilt will also be available on ESPN+, YouTube TV, and Hulu + Live TV.

    Joe Buck and Troy Aikman head to East Rutherford, NJ, to call tonight’s game as ESPN’s primary coverage crew. Here’s all the information to watch the NFL game tonight.

    • Start time: 8:15 p.m. ET
    • Channel: ESPN, ABC
    • Live stream options: ESPN+, YouTube TV, Hulu + Live TV

    Seattle Seahawks vs. New York Giants Predictions and Picks

    All odds are from DraftKings Sportsbook unless stated otherwise.

    • Spread
      Seahawks -2
    • Moneyline
      Seahawks -135, Giants +114
    • Over/Under

    Katz: It has been a rough start to the season for the Giants, particularly on the offensive side of the ball. Amidst the Giants’ struggles, Daniel Jones has still managed to display his rushing prowess in two out of three games.

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    Tonight’s game with the Seahawks could be pretty high scoring. Jones should drop back to pass 35+ times. You have to anticipate at least a couple of designed runs, along with read options and tactical scrambles.

    Jones has rushed for over 40 yards in two of his first three games. I expect his mobility to be on full display as the Giants go all out in what is an early, must-win game.

    Pick: Daniel Jones over 33.5 rushing yards (-115 at DraftKings)

    Who Are the Inactives for Seahawks vs. Giants?

    There are three players that have been declared out for the game and on the injury report released over the weekend. That includes Giants offensive tackle Andrew Thomas, who has been ruled out with a hamstring injury.

    Check back as we get closer to kickoff for a list of inactives.

    Seattle Seahawks Designated as Out

    • CB Tre Brown
    • CB Artie Burns

    New York Giants Designated as Out

    • OT Andrew Thomas

    Latest Injury Report News and Updates

    Saquon Barkley is doubtful to play with an ankle injury he suffered in Week 2 against the Arizona Cardinals. The Giants played without him last week in a 30-12 loss against the San Francisco 49ers.

    Matt Breida filled in for Barkley and rushed for 17 yards on four carries with a touchdown, but New York only rushed 11 times for 29 yards against the tough 49ers defense. Thomas missing the game will add another challenge to the run game.

    The big injury news for the Seahawks is that Jamal Adams will make his season debut. He hasn’t played since injuring his leg in the season opener last season.

    In fact, since being acquired by Seattle in a 2020 trade with the New York Jets, Adams has missed 25 games. He has also missed time with shoulder, groin, elbow, and finger injuries over the last three seasons. At one point, Adams said he considered retiring because of the number of injuries.

    MORE: Seahawks Depth Chart | Giants Depth Chart

    The rest of the injury report for the Seahawks could test the team’s depth on both sides of the ball. The starting offensive line is banged up heading into the game, with tackle Charles Cross doubtful with a toe injury and center Evan Brown questionable with a quad injury.

    The Seahawks’ secondary is in bad shape, with cornerbacks Tre Brown and Artie Burns already ruled out. Cornerback Coby Bryant is also doubtful with an injured toe. Meanwhile, starting defensive end Dre’Mont Jones, linebacker Derick Hall, and Will Dissly are all questionable.

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