Kickoff is scheduled for 1:00 ET. The over is 6-2 in the Giants last eight games vs. the NFC, as well as their last eight home games, while the over is 6-0 in Seattle’s last six games and 5-0 in its last five vs. the NFC. The Seahawks had a bye in Week 4’s NFL slate; its last game action occurred at home vs. the St. Louis Rams back in Week 3.
The NFL lines slated the Seahawks to as nine-point favorites in that contest, with the ‘total’ closing at 44.5. Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck threw a touchdown pass in the first quarter and he finished the day throwing 12-of-20 passes for 172 yards.
Former Atlanta Falcons running back T.J. Duckett added 19 carries for 79 yards and a pair of touchdowns in Seattle’s winning effort. The Seahawks blew the Rams out by a final score of 37-17 easily covering the lofty point spread. The combined 54 points managed to annihilate the total offered up by the closing NFL betting line.
The New York Giants closed as 13-point favorites over the Cincinnati Bengals last Sunday at Giants Stadium with the ‘total’ set at 42 points. QB Eli Manning threw for 289 yards to eight different receivers, including one touchdown pass to TE Kevin Boss.
Giants kicker John Carney kicked four field goals on the afternoon, including one in overtime to give the Giants the exhilarating 26-23 victory. The Giants were unable to cover the massive football betting line concocted by NFL odds makers, but they were able to remain unbeaten keep their “Big Apple” fans happy.
The New York Giants currently sit as seven-point home favorites over the Seattle Seahawks in Sunday’s NFL betting contest, with the ‘total’ hovering between 43 and 44. Login to Sports-Gambling.com for all, spread, total, and money line betting for the remainder of the 2008 NFL season.
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