Seattle has come a long way since the days of Shaun Alexander and Matt Hasselbeck lighting the Giants (and the rest of the league) up for 40 points or more. They’ve lost a Super Bowl coach, their Pro Bowl running back and quarterback and a championship-caliber defense, and replaced it with a caretaker squad while Pete Carroll tries his hand at building an NFL franchise.
On paper, this is as close to a “gimme” game as the G-Men will get all year. Seattle comes into New York with a 1-3 record, dead last in rushing, 28th overall in passing and some horrid numbers on defense. But would you be surprised to learn that the G-Men might not be headed toward the romp that Vegas and analysts are predicting?
In a new series, discover the keys to a Big Blue victory and how their opponent might overcome them. It’s the A-side and B-side. And it’s inside this slideshow.