Monday Night Football will feature the Seattle Seahawks (3-7) and Washington Football Team (4-6). Seattle will visit FedEx Field hoping to snap a two-game losing streak, while Washington has won its last two games against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Carolina Panthers. The Under has hit in the last four Seahawks games and four of the last five Washington contests, so points could be at a premium.
Kickoff is set for 8:15 p.m. ET. The game is a pick’em in the latest Seahawks vs. Washington odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the Over-Under is 47. Before locking in your Seahawks vs. Washington picks, make sure you check out the NFL predictions and betting advice from the SportsLine Projection Model.
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Now, the model has simulated Seahawks vs. Washington 10,000 times and just revealed its coveted NFL picks and predictions. You can head to SportsLine now to see the model’s Monday Night Football picks. Now, here are several NFL odds and betting lines for Seahawks vs. Washington:
Seahawks vs. Washington spread: Pick’emSeahawks vs. Washington over-under: 47 points Seahawks vs. Washington money line: Seahawks -110, Washington -110SEA: Total has gone under in seven of the Seahawks’ last eight games WFT: Total has gone under in four of Washington’s previous five games
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Why the Seahawks can cover
Washington has been one of the NFL’s worst teams against the spread this year. The Football Team is 3-7 against the spread overall and 1-4 at home. Seattle hasn’t had a 300-yard passer since Week 2 and topped 200 yards just twice in the last seven games, but Washington’s questionable secondary could help the Seahawks bounce back and end their two-game losing streak.
Washington’s bottom-10 pass defense has had trouble keeping receivers out of the end zone. The Football Team has given up the second-most passing touchdowns (24) in the NFL, and only the Indianapolis Colts have given up more entering the week. Two of Seattle’s three wins have come on the road, and only the New York Jets have a worse record against the spread than Washington.
Why Washington can cover
Washington has scored at least 27 points against a pair of top-12 scoring defenses in its last two games. Taylor Heinicke has been especially impressive as a passer. The young signal-caller could thrive for a third straight contest against Seattle’s struggling secondary.
Heinicke has thrown for 462 yards and four touchdowns while completing 77 percent of his passes over his last two wins. Seattle has allowed the fourth-most passing yards (2,796) in the NFL this year. Colt McCoy lit the Seahawks up with 328 passing yards and two scores as Kyler Murray’s fill-in last week, so Washington’s chances of finding success through the air aren’t too far-fetched. Since returning from injury, Wilson hasn’t thrown a touchdown, and Seattle’s stagnant offense has scored 13 points in his last two starts.
How to make Seahawks vs. Washington picks
SportsLine’s model is leaning under the total, projecting the teams to combine for 45 points. The model also says one side of the spread cashes in over 50 percent of simulations. You can only see the model’s Seahawks vs. Washington picks at SportsLine.
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