Odds Seahawks vs. Washington, predictions, betting trends for NFL’s ‘Monday Night Football’
As the Seahawks (3-7) head to “another” Washington for “Monday Night Football” (8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN) to close out Week 12 of the NFL, they’ll be trying to cling to their playoff hopes. fading, an unfamiliar situation for Russell Wilson and Pete Carroll. However, the Team will be looking to clinch three straight wins with coach Ron Rivera and their emerging young QB, Taylor Heinicke.
The Seahawks have struggled with defense and ball control, and that has put a lot of pressure on Wilson to be fit and on point in every game, which has not been the case this season. Washington had surprising defensive struggles but found few answers after an inconclusive farewell Chase Young and Montez Sweat, bolstered by Heinicke and his weapons.
Here’s everything there is to know about the Seahawks vs. Washington for Week 12, featuring updated odds, trends and our expert predictions for “Monday Night Football”.
Odds Seahawks vs. Washington for Monday Night Football
- Transmitted: Washington equals 1
- On lower: 46.5
- Cash flow: Seahawks -108, Washington -108
The roster has been standing around picks as the Seahawks continue to slip, and Washington has been so hasty in bringing these teams closer together that they are inseparable, save for the slight difference in achievement.
(betting odds per FanDuel Sportsbook)
All-Time Series Seahawks vs. Washington
Washington leads the team from Washington State with an all-time score of 12-9. The Seahawks have won 3 of the last 4 games and 5 of the last 8 games. Before that, the team under the old name won 4 times in a row and 8/11 matches.
Three trends to know
—59 percent of spread bettors are on the Washington favorite side to extend their winning streak to three games and continue to lead the Seahawks in the NFC rankings.
—66 percent of over/under bettors thought the total score was too low and thought that if Wilson and Heinicke directed the offense that would provide a composite score closer to or higher than 50.
—The Seahawks are 5-5 on their 3-7 run margin this season. Total only once in those 10 matches. Washington is 3-7 ATS along with its 4-6 SU mark. The total has surpassed half of their games.
Three things to see
The Terry McLaurin Performance
Washington’s wide receiver is an elite talent and with Heinicke giving him the ball again in key positions, he is letting the league see it. No one in the Seahawks can match McLaurin’s combination of size, speed, or agility. He was key to defeating the Panthers last week and having another big game under bright lights.
DK Metcalf Show
The Seahawks also need to take their size speed-intensity receiver outside once again. Wilson failed to hit home runs with Metcalf in his return game but Washington’s questionable corners were a good opportunity to put him on track to join Tyler Lockett back in the big playground game mode.
Carroll and Rivera
The two veteran coaches with a defensive mindset have met many times in key positions. Carroll has faced a tougher time than usual lifting his team this season, due to Wilson’s need to miss time. Rivera, after some major initial staffing hiccups and injuries along with a chaotic defense, the WFT were better off playing together to at least spoil with a limited chance of a return to the playoffs. Washington’s players will be pumped into the night for guests who stumble on their long road.
279.6. That’s the average number of yards the Seahawks missed this season, coming in at 30th in the NFL. That puts them a bit behind Washington’s team. Heinicke threw a hot ball across the field and McLaurin and the others were opening up in the situation of Scott Turner’s foul. WFT will happily take down the Seahawks, while the Seahawks can get too conservative.
Prediction between Seahawks vs. Washington
The Seahawks’ offense will come to life as they need to rely on Wilson more just in case with back yard staffing concerns and WFT worse for passing than running. Heinicke will go to the penalty shootout, as Washington can also run the ball well with Antonio Gibson to open play down the field for McLaurin and the others. The defense pressed in for a moment before a rather classic goal developed.
Washington 27, Seahawks 24