Seattle Seahawks vs Washington Football Team Player Props (11/29/21)

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Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks travel to the nation’s capital on Monday night for a primetime matchup that has sizable momentum implications for both teams. Seattle looks to put an end to their two game losing streak, while Washington looks to extend their two game winning streak and potentially leapfrog Philadelphia for second place in the NFC East. The bottom of the NFC playoff picture remains weak, and if either of these teams can string together a winning streak, their playoff hopes remain more than alive. Both teams have Super Bowl level Head Coaches and some star power on both sides of the ball that set this game up to be an intriguing chess match under the lights.

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Taylor Heinicke Over 240.5 Passing Yards

The Seattle secondary is one of the most pass-friendly units in the league. Jamal Adams is a great pass rusher but has struggled in coverage all season as his PFF coverage score continues to drop over 40 points since 2019 due to a number of busted coverages downfield. The Seattle defense allows more pass attempts than every team in the league outside of Vegas, Tennessee, and Miami. Heinicke, meanwhile, has put up over 256 yards in 3 of his last 4 games, and the one game he didn’t was against arguably the league’s best passing defense in Carolina. Heinicke is averaging 239 passing yards on the season, and Seattle is the worst YPG passing defense he’s faced to date.

Antonio Gibson Under 70.5 Rushing Yards

Antonio Gibson has only rushed for over 64 yards twice this season — once against the league’s worst run stopping defense in the Chargers and the other time against the Panthers last weekend in part thanks to one 20 yard breakout run. This line is over inflated because of last week’s 95 yard performance, and I simply don’t think Gibson is going to get the attempts to make it to 70 in this one. Teams love to throw on Seattle and their safeties and linebackers are better against the run than the pass — allowing 3.2 less yards per play in the run game.

Tyler Lockett Over 65.5 Receiving Yards

The Washington Football Team has the 4th worst pass stopping defense and seventh best run stopping defense in the NFL in YPG. Seattle is going to have to throw to move the ball on offense, and since Russ has returned Lockett has been his go-to target downfield. The WR is averaging over 71 yards a game on the season and has had over 100 yards in 2 of his last 3 games. The Washington secondary is the worst he’s gone up against so far in YPG.

Alex Collins Under 45.5 Rushing Yards

Alex Collins has only rushed for more than 44 yards in a game twice this season, and both times it was against defenses that give up more rushing YPG on average than the Football Team. Opponents of the Football Team have the 4th fewest rushing attempts in the league, and with Russ getting healthier each week, they are likely going to rely on him even more in the passing game on Monday night to exploit mismatches in the secondary — leaving Collins out of the picture on offense.

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