As New York prepares to take on the Seattle Seahawks, the Giants will once again have to avoid the makings of a trap game.
The Seahawks are an underwhelming bunch. They play in the weakest division in football (NFC West). They have a paltry 1-3 record. They place 31st in rushing yards (67.5 YPG), 27th in passing yards (217.5 YPG), while ranking 14th in rushing yards allowed (105 YPG) and 16th in passing yards allowed (236.5 YPG). They also have to travel cross-country for a 1:00 ET time start.
So, you see, there is a reason the Seahawks are a 10-point underdog.
That said, the Giants must still come out with a sense of urgency. Complacency should never be a word used in the Giants vernacular. They have a task at hand, time to punch in.
So, here are five things to watch for in Sunday’s Giants-Seahawks matchup.
1. Without Brandon Jacobs, can Giants establish running game?
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