Seahawks at Giants: Pick'em Picks for Underdog & Vivid Picks

Chris Lollis
By Chris LollisPublished: September 29, 2023
Seahawks at Giants: Pick'em Picks for Underdog & Vivid Picks

The Seahawks travel to Metlife Stadium to get a much-needed victory to keep up within the NFC West while the Giants try to defend home turf after a shaky start to the season.

Between Tyler Lockett’s boosted TD prop and Darius Slayton’s receiving prop, there are plenty of opportunities on Monday Night on Underdog!

RB Kenneth Walker (SEA) OVER 11.5 REC YDS

The Giants have already played two dynamic backs in Tony Pollard and Christian McCaffrey this season. The Running Back side won both occasions.

Ken Walker is coming off a near 100 rush yard, 60 receiving yard, 2 TD game against Carolina and will look to continue to give Pete Caroll’s offense hope at Metlife Stadium.

With rookie Zach Charbonnet playing in less than 50% of snaps in all of Seattle’s first three affairs, we are expecting Walker to continue to dominate the snap and target share at RB, including logging his 2nd back to back game with 12+ receiving yards.

WR Tyler Lockett (SEA) OVER 0.5 TDS (1.5x)

For Monday Night’s matchup, selecting a boosted Underdog bet needs to be a huge part of your strategy. Our favorite boosted bet is Tyler Lockett to score a Touchdown.

The veteran wideout scored against the Giants last season and only played in five games where he didn’t score yet played 80% or more of the snaps for Geno Smith and the ‘Hawks. After catching just three passes against Carolina, expect the playbook to head Lockett’s way as Geno should test this Giants' secondary deep multiple times on Monday.

As Jaxon Smith-Njigba and DK Metcalf continue to serve as Smith’s outlet targets, Lockett’s weekly TD props are great plays as he’s still the main downfield threat to score.

QB Daniel Jones (NYG) OVER 34.5 RUSH YDS

While struggling as a passer throughout his career, DJ has actually found his way as a runner from the pocket and in scramble situations. This Seattle defense has been solid against opposing QBs running the ball, but haven’t played a rushing Quarterback all season so this will be a great test.

While allowing the most yards per game to the QB position, we think this Seahawks secondary will be caught up in preventing any deep plays, so the running room for Jones will be open all day.

WR Darius Slayton (NYG) OVER 38.5 REC YDS

Hitting the nail on the head here, the Seattle secondary has been horrendous defending the pass. While the Giants don’t have a proper WR1, Darius Slayton debatably has become one of Jones's more trustworthy targets.

Last season, he had seven straight games where he hit this “over”. Facing a Seattle secondary that gives up 327 yards to opposing wideouts through week 3, Slayton becomes a solid flex play in your fantasy lineup while emerging as our favorite prop bet for MNF.

K Graham Gano (NYG) OVER 2.0 XP MADE

This game should be extremely tight. With most of the odds sitting within 2 points (favoring SEA) and the over/under hovering around 47.5, this won’t be a week 1 repeat for either side.

Gano hit this mark 10 times last season and given the lack of playmakers to bet on regarding the Giants, Gano becomes a nice play just to add some fuel to your Underdog parlay fire. Seattle’s allowed 29.3 PPG so far this season, so Gano should have plenty of opportunity.

Chris Lollis

Chris Lollis

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Chris Lollis, the visionary behind EatWatchDraft, serves as its principal editor. His journey spans over a decade in the sports betting realm, capturing key moments from the overturning of PASPA to the advent of sports wagering across numerous states. Chris enriches EWD with his creation of in-depth guides, insightful reviews, and strategic betting recommendations.