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2017 Schedule
4-2, 2nd in NFC West
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Wilson leads Seahawks past Giants (1:11)
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Baldwin makes brilliant over-the-shoulder TD catch (0:22)

Brady Henderson ESPN 

The Seahawks have to feel excellent about the way their defense is playing. That group has only allowed 36 points over the last three games and is starting to take the ball away with more frequency. It's been enough to carry Seattle through its slow starts on offense.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

The Seahawks' offense made a bunch of mistakes early — dropped passes, penalties, poor execution in the red zone — but found its groove in the second half while their defense stood tall the whole time. That's been a winning formula for the Seahawks this season and it was again in their win over the Giants.

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Seahawks close game with Graham TD (0:15)
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Seahawks' offense gets heated on sideline (0:21)
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Richardson catches Wilson's trick play pass for TD (0:37)

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Paul Richardson's long-awaited emergence as a play-maker in the Seahawks' offense continues. He hauled in a 38-yard touchdown on a trick play. Richardson and Giants safety Landon Collins both appeared to have possession of the ball when they hit the ground in the end zone, but officials awarded Richardson a touchdown, and the ruling stood after a review. Richardson, a fourth-year receiver who has battled injuries, now has three touchdowns on the season.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Russell Wilson entered the game with the NFL's second-best passer rating against the blitz this season, at 123.9. He beat the Giants' blitz for a 22-yard touchdown to Doug Baldwin, floating a pass up the seam and allowing Baldwin to run underneath it. That's a play that Wilson and Baldwin have connected on several times, including last season vs. New England.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Great ball from Russell Wilson on the TD pass to Doug Baldwin. But don't forget about Baldwin's ability to win at the line of scrimmage. He can shake press-coverage all day.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

The Seahawks have used Bradley McDougald as a third safety on a handful of plays today, including in a dime package on the Giants' last third-down play. He's been matched up with tight end Evan Engram, a rookie first-round pick who has wide receiver speed.

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LB D.J. Alexander has had a quiet start to his Seahawks career since he was acquired from Kansas City in a trade over the summer, but he made a big play to block a Giants' punt. That gives the Seahawks possession at midfield. Alexander made the Pro Bowl as a special teams player last season.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

The Seahawks have an overwhelming advantage in total yards, 222 to 42, but they trail the Giants. How's that possible? Inefficiency in the red zone and dropped passes are two reasons. Those have hurt the Seahawks' offense at times this season, and they've been problematic again today. Penalties have also held Seattle's offense back, but one was a questionable pass-interference against Tyler Lockett that negated a touchdown.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin and offensive line coach Tom Cable had what appeared to be an amicable moment following their exchange on the sideline. Cable put his hand on Baldwin's back while the two briefly walked off the field together at halftime. Baldwin then shook hands with offensive assistant Lemuel Jeanpierre, a former Seattle offensive lineman.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

The CBS broadcast showed wide receiver Doug Baldwin, in a heated moment on the Seahawks' sideline, attempting to shove offensive line coach Tom Cable out of his way with one hand. It didn't appear as though Baldwin was upset with Cable; he was saying something to quarterback Russell Wilson and/or coach Pete Carroll, it appeared. Baldwin was on the field for Seattle's ensuing possession.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

TE Jimmy Graham and RT Germain Ifedi are having rough games so far. Graham has two drops -- one in the end zone and another on Seattle's last possession, when he was wide open for what would have been a long gain. Ifedi has been flagged three times (two false starts, one hold) and appears to be having trouble handling Jason Pierre-Paul. The Seahawks are moving the ball but hurting themselves with mistakes.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Quite the difference in red-zone efficiency. The Seahawks came away with no points despite running nine plays at or inside the Giants' 10-yard line. The Giants then scored on their first play from Seattle's 5-yard line after recovering a Thomas Rawls fumble.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

More red-zone futility for the Seahawks. They ran nine plays at or inside the Giants 10-yard line and came away with no points. Jimmy Graham couldn't come down with Russell Wilson's throw on fourth-and-1, which was his third target near the goal line on that drive. Graham and Wilson finally connected on a goal-line fade in their last game, but no luck here.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Seahawks C Justin Britt is back in the game. WR Tyler Lockett is also back after missing a few plays.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Another Seahawks injury: RB C.J. Prosise is questionable to return with an ankle injury, according to the press box announcement. He was questionable heading in with an ankle injury.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Justin Britt is now on the sideline getting looked at by Seahawks trainers after walking off the field on his own power. Rookie Ethan Pocic, who was rotating with Mark Glowinski at left guard, is now playing center.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Mark Glowinski is in at LG for the Seahawks on their second possession. Rookie Ethan Pocic started the game there. No surprise as offensive line coach Tom Cable said both would play.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

DL Michael Bennett is on the sideline getting his foot looked at. He's been dealing with a plantar fascia injury since the Rams game two weeks ago.

Team Stats

Passing Yards228.416th
Rushing Yards109.215th
Points For22.016th
Points Against17.46th

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