Seahawks vs Giants | +818 Same Game Parlay for Monday Night Football

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Two of the biggest surprises from last year are facing off on Monday Night Football — Seahawks vs. Giants.

However, the start of this year has been much different for these teams. The Giants have looked like a quality team for just one half. Whereas the Seahawks have reignited their offensive fire from last season with back-to-back, 37-point outbursts. 

Let’s utilize these teams' recent performances to build a Seahawks vs. Giants same game parlay to close out the NFL Week 4 slate.

Odds for this parlay as of Monday at 3 p.m. ET. 

Seahawks vs. Giants Monday Night Football Parlay (+818; FanDuel)

  • Alt Spread: Seahawks -6.5 (+186)
  • Alt Under: 54.5 (-360)
  • Darren Waller 40+ Receiving Yards (-198)
  • Geno Smith 225+ Passing Yards (-235)

Seahawks -6.5 & Under 54.5

I am pairing these together, and my reasoning for both comes down to my expected game script. The bottom line is the Seahawks offense has been red hot and the Giants have struggled to do anything. 

After struggling to score and move the ball in Week 1, Seattle has quickly shed the rust and lit up the scoreboard. They have averaged 409 yards of offense and found success in both the run and pass game. The diverse set of playmakers they have on offense has been a matchup nightmare for opposing defenses.

The Seahawks' defense has struggled, allowing around 28 points per game. but the blame mostly falls on their pass defense. They have allowed over 300 yards of passing offense every game and allowed the 29th-highest net yards per attempt. Fortunately for them, their opponent is the Giants. 

The Giants may have been last year’s Cinderella, but they have quickly turned back into a pumpkin this season. They are only 1-2 because of one of the greatest comebacks in NFL history. If you exclude that second half, the Giants have been outscored 90 to 12. They are 28th in both yards and points per drive and will be missing their offensive star, Saquon Barkley. Defensively, they rank 27th in yards allowed and 30th in points allowed and they still haven't forced a turnover. The bottom line is, the Giants are lucky to have their one win.

This is a game I can see getting out of hand with New York still struggling to score. The combination of under and a seven-point win for Seattle gives a nice boost to our parlay while still fitting into our expectations for the game.

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Darren Waller 40+ Receiving Yards

I know what you are thinking “We just trashed the Giants. Why are we picking them in a prop?” The answer is easy, New York will be playing catch-up and someone will be getting those targets.

Waller has consistently received targets and even if they have not amounted to much, the opportunity is there. The Seahawks have struggled to cover the middle of the field, meaning Waller will get the first shot at the Seahawks' weakness.

Geno Smith 225+ Passing Yards

This prop is another strength versus weakness scenario. The Seahawks' passing attack has been cutting through its opponents and now faces the 27th-ranked pass defense in net yards per attempt. Smith has thrown for at least 30 yards to five different receivers each of the last two weeks.

This allows for Seattle to be flexible in their game plan while still allowing Smith to have confidence in each of his targets. The final leg working in Smith’s favor is the Giants' struggling offense. The more Seattle gets New York off the field, the more opportunity Geno will have to produce.

Seahawks vs. Giants Same Game Parlay: (+957)

  • Alt Spread: Seahawks -6.5
  • Alt Under: 54.5
  • Darren Waller 40+ Receiving Yards
  • Geno Smith 225+ Passing Yards

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