Giants vs Seahawks: NFL 2010 Week 9 Review
The Giants crushed the Seahawks during NFL 2010 Week 9 NFC inter-conference football action from Qwest Field in Seattle, WA, on Sunday, November 7, 2010.
Week 9 in the NFL was full of a lot of key match-ups, however due to injuries a lot of these games ended up being blowouts. One of the major Week 9 blowouts included this game between the New York Giants and Seattle Seahawks at Qwest Field in Seattle, Washington.
Eli Manning and the New York Giants made their way into Seattle as -7 point road favorites with the game total set at 40.5 points.
For those who backed the road favorite Giants got -320 money line betting odds, whereas backers of the Seahawks received +260 betting odds on the money line.
At Bodog.com and other reviewed online sportsbooks many bettors learned just a day before kickoff that the Seahawks starting QB Matt Hasslebeck was not going to play which made the betting a lot more interesting.
Giants vs Seahawks – Road Favorite Wins, Game Total Goes OVER– Final: 41-7
Once news of Matt Hasslebeck’s injury hit the presses, it was a sure sign that the Giants were going to have a field day at Qwest Field. Eli Manning showed great poise in the pocket leading his Giants to a 41-7 win over the Seattle Seahawks.
With Matt Hasslebeck out with a concussion, backup Charlie Whitehurst started the game for the Seahawks and did his best in a losing cause. Whitehurst was 12 of 23 for 113 yards and threw 2 interceptions.
When all was said and done, the New York Giants reigned supreme and more than covered the -7 point spread as well as hitting the OVER 40.5 points. If you threw down $110 on the Giants covering the -7 point spread you would have gotten yourself back $210.
New York Giants & Seattle Seahawks – Game Notes – Game Stars
Giants Game Ball: QB Eli Manning showed why he gets paid the big bucks completing 21 of 32 passes for 290 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Manning and the New York Giants jump to a 6-2 record and will host the visiting 1-7 Dallas Cowboys in NFL Week 10 action.
Seahawks Game Ball: WR Ben Obomanu did his part for the Seattle Seahawks in a losing cause catching 1 touchdown reception for 36 yards in a game where the Seahawks offense was forced to earn every inch on the field.
The 4-4 Seattle Seahawks will look to bounce back in Week 10 NFL action when they travel to Arizona to square off against the 3-5 Cardinals who have also struggled as of late.