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The Seahawks are coming into this game hot off of a win against their divisional rivals, the 49ers. Meanwhile, the Rams fell, at home, against the now 4-0 Cardinals. Both of these teams know how important this inter-divisional matchup will be with how the NFC West is shaping up. Matthew Stafford will look to improve upon a poor performance, and Russell Wilson will look to showcase his unlimited talent on Thursday Night.
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Matthew Stafford Over 298.5 Passing Yards
Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford has been one of the best players in the NFL this year. Even in the Rams 37-20 loss to the Arizona Cardinals last week, Stafford threw for 280 passing yards. The new Rams quarterback currently has the fourth-most passing yards in the NFL with 1,222. That means that he is averaging 305.5 passing yards per game. He will be facing a pretty mediocre Seahawks defense this week that no longer has not had Cam Chancellor and Richard Sherman working out of the secondary together in a long time. I fully expect him to pass for more than 298.5 yards.
Matt Gay Over 2.5 PATs Made
Rams kicker Matt Gay is a perfect 13-13 with extra points this year. He may not have the strongest leg in the league, but he sure knows how to be accurate. He will have a few more chances to kick some extra points this week against the Seahawks when Matthew Stafford throws a few touchdowns and running back Darrell Henderson Jr. runs one in against this not-so-impressive defense. I expect Gay to continue doing his job well when given the opportunity this week.
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Russell Wilson Under 21.5 Rushing Yards
Russell Wilson used to be one of the top rushing quarterbacks in the NFL. He always seemingly found a way to rush for a first down when he did not have an open receiver. Those days may be done. He is still squirrelly behind the line of scrimmage and can evade sacks, but he has been rushing the ball a lot less this year. He has only rushed 15 times through the first four games of the season for 58 yards. He will be facing a tough Rams defensive line this week that features defensive end, Aaron Donald. This defensive will do a good job of stopping him from crossing the line of scrimmage. Wilson will not rush for more than 21.5 rushing yards.
DK Metcalf Longest Reception Over 24.5 Yards
Wide receiver DK Metcalf is the Seahawks number one receiver. He was originally known for impressing every NFL scout in the league when he ran a 4.33-second 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine at the height of 6’4 and weight of 229 pounds. He has lived up to the hype through his first three seasons. This year, he has 285 receiving yards and three touchdowns. In the last two games, his longest receptions have both been 28 yards. I do not know if he will have another 28-yard reception this week, but I do expect him to have one for more than 24.5 yards.
Jalen Ramsey Over 3.5 Solo Tackles
Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey is one of the top players at his position in the NFL. In his first five seasons, he has made four Pro Bowl appearances. The former two-sport athlete at Florida State University is known for shutting down opposing defenses’ number one wide receiver and has laid out some big hits. Beyond laying out big hits, he makes the right tackles at the right time. I expect him to continue to do so against the Seahawks this week. He will end the game with more than 3.5 solo tackles.