The Seattle Seahawks are ready to take on the New York Giants on Sunday in a Week 10 matchup at CenturyLink Field.
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Seattle is coming off a big win against the Oakland Raiders last weekend and now sit in second place in the NFC West with a 5-3 record.
They still trail the 7-1 Arizona Cardinals in the division, but they could keep pace with a win against the Giants.
New York, meanwhile, is heading in the opposite direction. Losers of three-straight, the G-Men haven’t won a game in more than a month and are in third place in the NFC East with a 3-5 record.
The teams met last season at MetLife Stadium, a game where the Seahawks forced five interceptions and won 23-0 en route to a Super Bowl appearance and victory in the same stadium.
Seattle is finally getting healthy and are looking to get a win to start the second half of the season.
Five of the Seahawks’ final eight games are within the division so winning these non-division will be important for gaining momentum, especially for key matchups against the Cardinals on Nov. 23 and Dec. 21.
But for right now, Seattle wants to go 1-0 this week.
Here is the broadcast information so you don’t miss any of the action as the Seahawks and Giants battle in the Pacific Northwest: