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As detailed in our Game Hub article, over 17.5 rushing yards for Russell Wilson is a ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ value in BetQL’s model. We project him to take eight carries for 45 yards, easily surpassing this mark. Wilson has gone 20-40 for 161 passing yards and then 14-26 for 207 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions combined through the air over the last two weeks, and is seemingly not himself since he returned with surgically-placed pins in his throwing hand. It wouldn’t be shocking to see Wilson make some plays with his legs and now is the time for Seattle’s offense to get creative. Keep in mind that Wilson surpassed this 17.5 yard total in two of his last four starts and has the ability to do so in one scramble. CLICK HERE to see every other player prop value.
Primetime hasn’t really been kind to Washington over the years. The last time they won a Monday night home game was 2012 when Robert Griffin III was their starter, on his way to winning Rookie of the Year. The spread on this is tight, with the Seahawks opening as a 3.5-point favorite , and now Washington the slight home favorite at -1. Pete Carroll is 15-3 SU after two or more consecutive losses while coaching Seattle, and even though Russell Wilson hasn’t looked like himself since his return, it’s just hard to take Washington on Monday Night Football. CLICK HERE to see BetQL’s best bet.
The Seahawks have an absolutely terrible pass defense, and now the injuries are starting to pile up on them. Terry McLaurin has the ability to get open fairly easily against them, and has a TD in half his games this season. Last season against Seattle, McLaurin had seven catches on 12 targets for 77 yards and looked very comfortable all game. QB Taylor Heinicke goes to McLaurin when all else fails, and he is the clear No. 1 target in the offense. I expect him to get behind this poor Seahawks defense at home and put up six at some point. At plus-money, I’ll take a chance on him. CLICK HERE to see the model’s projection for McLaurin.
The under is 7-2 in Seattle’s games and 5-4 in Washington’s games, so between these two, I think this one will finish under the total.The Football Team has some juice after beating the Buccaneers in Week 10, but even that game went just a smidge over this total. The Seahawks are averaging 20.1 points scored per game, while Washington is averaging just slightly more with 20.6 points scored per contest and this feels like a close, low-scoring matchup. CLICK HERE to find out if BetQL is aligned with this pick!