This has been quite a run for the Giants, rattling off three consecutive victories against Washington, the Philadelphia Eagles, and the Cincinnati Bengals, but Sunday against arguably the most complete team in the conference is a whole other beast.
Especially if Daniel Jones can’t go, or is severely limited by an injured right hamstring.
Seattle’s offense, built around Wilson playing in the midst of his most prolific season to date, is simply too tall an order for the Giants’ defense, the secondary in particular.
The Giants enter as double-digit underdogs, and that’s probably fair given New York’s quarterback situation.
I don’t think this gets out of hand, and the Giants might even hold a second half lead, but this just doesn’t feel like the type of game they are currently built to win at this juncture.