The Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots have in common having last defeated the Buffalo Bills, but little else. The Pats are the favorites of people who bet on NFL against the Seahawks on Sunday, November 13th at Gillette Stadium. Here are the betting sportsbook odds:
Seahawks +7½ (-110) 48 (-110) +295
Patriots -7½ (-110) 48 (-110) -360
The ‘Hawks (5-2-1) were able to hold off the Bills and win 31-25 on Monday. QB Russell Wilson finished 20 of 26 for 282 yards with two TD passes to tight end Jimmy Graham – who caught then both with only one hand. Show off. On defense, DE Cliff Avril sacked Bills QB Tyrod Taylor to squash a late rally. Seattle has won 11 Monday Night games in a row – though they were given a little push against Buffalo by the officials’ myopic calls.
The Patriots (7-1) won their four straight game with Tom Brady, who went 22 of 33 for 315 yards with four TDs to beat the Bills 41-25 on October 30th. Brady threw touchdowns passes on his first two drives, including a 53-yarder to wide receiver Chris Hogan. The Pats then scored 27 points in five consecutive possessions. The Bills had shutout a Brady-less Patriots earlier this season, but Brady improved his record against Buffalo to 26-3.
Seattle ranks 13th in passing yards (256.8), 23rd in points (20.2), 26th in total yards (332.1), and 30th in rushing yards (75.4) per game, and 3rd in points (16.8), 9th in total yards (332.6), 10th in passing yards (233.9), and 12th in rushing yards (98.8) allowed per game. Wilson is 178 of 267 (66.7%) for 2094 passing yards with seven TDs and two interceptions. Doug Baldwin has 570 yards on 44 receptions, and Graham has scored three receiving touchdowns. Christine Michael has run for 447 yards on 112 carries with six TDs. Bobby Wagner has 88 combine tackles. Avril has nine sacks. On that bet on NFL front, the Seahawks are 3-6-1 against the spread in their last 10 games, 12-4-1 straight-up in their last 17 games, 2-4 against the spread in their last six road games, 1-3-1 straight-up in their last five road games, 6-3 against the spread and straight-up in their last nine games versus the Pats, and 4-1 against the spread and straight-up in their last five visits to New England.
New England ranks 6th in points (27.1), 7th in total yards (380.2), 8th in rushing yards (116.4), and 9th in passing yards (263.9) per game, and 2nd in points (16.5), 15th in total yards (354.1) and rushing yards (101.6), and 18th in passing yards (252.5) allowed per game. In the bet on NFL department, the Pats are 7-1 against the spread and straight-up in their last eight games, 5-1 against the spread in their last six home games, 22-3 straight-up in their last 25 home games, 3-6 against the spread and straight-up in their last nine games versus Seattle, and 1-4 against the spread and straight-up in their last five games hosting the Seahawks.