The Seattle Seahawks take on the New York Giants for the 2023 Week 4 Monday night game at MetLife Stadium. Take a look at what local and national media are predicting for Monday's game. Click here to learn how to watch, listen, and stream the action.
Seth Walder, ESPN.com: Seahawks 31, Giants 21
"This will be QB Geno Smith's first start at MetLife Stadium since Week 7 of the 2016 season when he was with the Jets. Since then, Smith started for the Giants (in place of Eli Manning) in a road game in 2017 and played for the Chargers and Seahawks. As the starter for the Seahawks, Smith beat the Giants and Jets last year in Seattle and evolved into a Pro Bowl quarterback. Now, he returns to the place where his career began as a second-round pick for the Jets in 2013."
Eric Moody, ESPN.com: Seahawks 27, Giants 24
"The Seahawks are fourth in pass rush win rate, which could be a factor against Daniel Jones, who has struggled against pressure in the past."
Jordan Mendoza, USA Today: Seahawks 27, Giants 22
"Seattle's offense is on fire, and it gets a juicy matchup against a New York defense that hasn't been able to stop much through three weeks. The Giants look more put together in another primetime game, but they aren't able to stop Geno Smith and company."
Bill Bender, Sporting News: Seahawks 24, Giants 21
"The Seahawks are road favorites against the Giants, which had a long week after a Thursday Night Football loss to the 49ers. Saquon Barkley (ankle) still remains uncertain, but the line has dropped a half-point from its open. The Seahawks won their only game as an away favorite last week, and Kenneth Walker III picked it up in the running game last week."
Pete Prisco, CBS Sports: Seahawks 26, Giants 30
"This is a long trip for the Seahawks to play a team that has extra rest. The Giants were awful in their last game against the 49ers, but back home they will get it going on offense against a so-so Seattle defense. Geno Smith won't keep up. Giants win it."
Gennaro Filice, NFL.com: Seahawks 26, Giants 17
"Despite everything he accomplished in a revelatory 2022 campaign, Geno Smith still faces plenty of skepticism. So when the freshly PAID signal-caller laid an egg in Seattle's wholly uninspiring Week 1 home loss to the Rams, you could almost hear the frantic scribbling of people writing him off. Once again, though, Geno didn't write back. In a pair of wins over the last two weeks, the 32-year-old has looked more like his old/new self, helping the 'Hawks post 37 points each time out. How will Smith and Co. fare in Monday's visit to MetLife Stadium? Well, Giants DC Wink Martindale typically blitzes his face off. But in 2023, Geno's been money against the blitz, averaging 8.2 yards per attempt with a 3:0 TD-to-INT ratio and 127.8 passer rating, per Next Gen Stats. Will Wink blink?"
Mike Florio, NBC Sports: Seahawks 24, Giants 20
"Seattle is clicking after that bizarre Week 1 loss at home."
The Seahawks and Giants face off for Monday Night Football on Oct. 2, 2023. Kickoff is set for 5:15 p.m. PT. Take a look back through history at the Seahawks' matchups against the Giants.