2. Cornerback Deonte Banks
When the Giants drafted Deonte Banks out of Maryland with their first-round pick, it was a great move for the team to make with their secondary already being young and inexperienced. Banks suffered an arm injury in Week 3, but he's been cleared to go for Week 4. However, if that arm gives him issues during Monday's game and it limits his snaps, that'd be a big problem.
The Giants have struggled to begin the season, as they've already given up a combined 98 points in three games. With Banks off the field late against the 49ers, the Giants had to move their cornerbacks around. Adoree' Jackson is the new slot corner, but he can be shifted back outside if need be.
The Seattle offense is quite loaded, with players like DK Metcalf, Kenneth Walker, Tyler Lockett and more being featured. In order for the Giants defense to have a shot at containing Geno Smith and Co., then they'll the defense to be electric. This means a fully healthy Banks too. While he's expected to play on Monday, fans will surely keep their eyes on the No. 24 overall pick and hope he's close to 100 percent.