Beating the Seattle Seahawks is no easy task for any team, and trying to do that at their own turf—CenturyLink Field—is even harder obviously. Since the beginning of the 2012 season, the Seahawks have won 34 of 39 games there, including three this season.
Nevertheless, Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills, who are coming off two-straight losses, will take a shot in doing so this Monday night. Read on to know more about this matchup.
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Buffalo Bills vs. Seattle Seahawks Preview
Where: CenturyLink Field — Seattle, Washington
When: Monday, November 7, 2016, 9:30 PM ET
Writer’s Pick: Seattle Seahawks (-7)
Buffalo is faced with a gargantuan challenge of breaking through an impervious Seattle defense that currently ranks second in the league in points allowed, sixth in total yards and tied for third in sacks. The Bills haven’t been consistent with their attack, averaging just 333.5 offensive yards through eight games. But fortunately, their running game continues to cause serious problems from opposing clubs.
Buffalo amassed 167 yards rushing with three touchdowns, despite losing to New England last week. This should be very encouraging news for Rex Ryan’s troops, who are expecting both LeSean McCoy and Robert Woods to suit up and play on Monday night. It’ll also be fascinating to see if the Bills can get some immediate production from the no-longer-retired Percy Harvin, whom they signed just a few days ago. He gives Tyrod Taylor another reliable target to throw to.
The Seahawks, meanwhile, are still searching for answers on offense. They’ve scored just one touchdown in the previous two weeks, while their quarterback Russell Wilson has yet to account for a TD in the past three contests. Russell, though, managed to make it out unhurt during the loss to New Orleans last week, so there’s a pretty good chance that the offense could start clicking again for Seattle. The Seahawks are definitely hoping for this to happen, especially with DE Michael Bennett (knee) and SS Kam Chancellor (groin) sitting out with injuries.
Where to Watch
Catch this game live on ESPN. You can also watch every bit of the action this Monday night by subscribing to NFL Game Pass or WatchESPN.
The Bills are 3-2 SU and ATS in their last 5 games overall.
The Bills are 2-5 SU and ATS in their last seven road games overall.
The Seahawks are 7-3 SU and 4-6 ATS in their last 10 home games overall.
The Seahawks are 3-2 SU and 2-3 ATS in their last five games versus AFC East teams.
Seattle (-7) wins and covers.
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