Giants schedule: All 2023 opponents ranked from easiest to hardest

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6. Seattle Seahawks

The Seahawks were able to get into the playoffs with a Geno Smith-led offensive unit. Most people wrote this guy off and he was able to prove them all wrong. Granted, life is easier with weapons like DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, but nonetheless, this was a solid team.

They're running it back with Geno in 2023 in hopes he wasn't a one-hit wonder. To ensure this, they added Jaxon Smith-Njigba to an already stout receiving corps. These guys along with Kenneth Walker III will certainly pose a tough test for Wink Martindale and the Giants defense.

The Seahawks defense isn't quite what it was when it held the title of the Legion of Boom, but make no mistake, they can get after it. Quandre Diggs and Jamal Adams are as solid as they come in terms of safties. Tariq Woolen made a name for himself as probably the best rookie cornerback not named Sauce Gardner in 2022.

Not to mention, the Seahawks added coveted prospect Devon Witherspoon to stabilize the side opposite Woolen. If there is a weak spot of this Seahawks defense, it's the front seven and the Giants will need to take advantage of that to come out with a win.