Seattle Seahawks-New York Giants: Starters Return, Upset Looms

November 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Seahawks were treated to a trick last weekend when they met the Raiders in Oakland and left battered, with their tails between their legs.
The Seahawks are rattled with injuries. Red Bryant (knee) and Ben Hamilton (concussion) are out for the season. Colin Cole was taken out of the game with an ankle injury. Both Golden Tate and Mike Williams left the grid with mild injuries (both were able to return). Even Matt Hasselbeck was forced to leave the field with a minor concussion.
This doesn't bode well for this coming Sunday when the Seahawks host the New York Giants.
The Giants are 5-2 coming off the bye week and a four-game winning streak. They are averaging 388 total offensive yards per game, most of those coming through the air to a corps of up-and-coming receivers. The Giants defense is the only one in the NFL to have allowed its opponents fewer than 2,000 yards.
They are a star-studded team, featuring Eli Manning (whose numbers are on track for a career-h...

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