1. Marshawn Lynch
Marshawn Lynch is overrated. If it weren’t for his ridiculous touchdown run (and some poor Saints tackling) in the 2010 NFC playoffs, most people would not remember what team he was on. In 16 games with the Seahawks, he is averaging a measly 3.4 yards per carry behind an offensive line that doesn’t do him many favors. But you can’t take any opponent for granted in the NFL, especially after getting torched for 138 yards and three touchdowns by Beanie Wells.
If Lynch even approaches those numbers, something has gone terribly wrong. Still, the Seahawks are so barren offensively that the Giants need to focus on shoring up their run defense and locking Lynch down. Force Tavaris Jackson to throw the football and good things will happen.
2. Zach Miller
Miller is one of the most talented young tight ends in the game; a young Jason Witten. He was one of the Seahawks’ prize free agent signing this offseason, and the trickle-down effect of him jumping ship from the Raiders ha...