Seahawks vs Raiders Odds & Pick | Bet This Kenneth Walker Player Prop

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  • The Seahawks are home favorites in Week 12 against the Raiders.
  • Seattle had a four-game win streak ended in its last game against the Buccaneers.
  • Sam Farley previews the game and breaks down which player prop he's betting below.

Seahawks vs Raiders Odds

Sunday, Nov. 6
4:05 p.m. ET
Seahawks Odds
-115o / -105u
Raiders Odds
-115o / -105u
Odds via FanDuel. Get up-to-the-minute NFL odds here.

Sunday the Las Vegas Raiders will be in Seattle to face the Seahawks with both teams looking to take a step forward for the season. The Raiders are looking to pick up back-to-back wins and finally capitalize on the potential they looked to have in the preseason.

The Seahawks, fresh off a bye, look to continue their push to win the NFC West, with the 49ers currently their biggest competition. With a short spread entering this matchup, we'll look to find value elsewhere in this matchup.

Let's take a look at how both teams stack up.

Seahawks vs. Raiders Matchup Analysis

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Seahawks vs. Raiders DVOA Breakdown
Overall DVOA1517
Pass DVOA1817
Rush DVOA617
Overall DVOA732
Pass DVOA432
Rush DVOA2022
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The Raiders come into this game 3-7, a record that most expected better at this point in the season. It doesn't help that the Raiders have only had their best offensive stars — Darren Waller, Hunter Renfrow, Devonte Adams and Josh Jacobs — on the field together with Derek Carr for fewer than 100 snaps this season.

Renfrow and Waller will be missing again, but Jacobs is likely to play and that'll be a huge boost. He's been impressive this season rushing for 930 yards and seven touchdowns at an average of 5.1 yards per carry.

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Raiders +3.5 | Seahawks -3.5

Davante Adams' OT game winner capped off a brilliant performance last week with 141 yards and two touchdowns on seven catches. Over the past month, Adams had been targeted on 34% of his routes run, the highest in the league. Carr will need Adams to be at his best if they're going to beat the Seahawks.

The Seahawks' identity under Pete Carroll has always been a run-heavy one, but Geno Smith can also rely on one of the league's better pass catching duos.

DK Metcalf may only have four receiving touchdowns on the season, but he's one of the best in the league and can dominate any cornerback in the league.

Metcalf himself has been singing the praises of his colleague Tyler Lockett, saying that he needs to be in the Pro Bowl and it's hard to disagree. He rarely gets the recognition that he deserves, but his five touchdowns and 640 receiving yards this season don't account for just how good he's been.

Betting Picks

You've probably realized at this point that Kenneth Walker III's name hasn't been mentioned at all, which is because it's down here in the pick section.

Walker has been incredible this season, taking advantage of another Rashaad Penny injury to grab that bellcow role and take over the Seahawks backfield. He's the clear offensive rookie of the year frontrunner, having scored seven touchdowns and rushed for just shy of 600 yards.

Walker's line for this game stands at 75.5 yards at PointsBet against a team that has allowed an average of 122.9 rushing yards per game. He's exceeded 75.5 rushing yards in four of his past six games and coming into this one fresh off the bye, you can be confident that he'll have another big day on the ground.

This number is on the rise, though, so be sure to grab the best number possible. Use the Action Labs Player Props tool to shop around.

Pick: Kenneth Walker Over 75.5 Rushing Yards (-114) | Bet to 78.5

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