Seattle Seahawks versus Washington Redskins NFL Pro Football Betting Preview

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The defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks will take their act on the road October 6th following a bye week to battle the Washington Redskins on Monday Night Football. The Seahawks and Redskins get things started from Washington at 8:30PM Eastern Time and ESPN TV has the coast to coast broadcast.

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The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business have the road team Seattle Seahawks the –7 ½ point favorite with the over under lien set at 45 1/2 points. Those who play on Seattle on the money line will lay –345 odds with the return on the home underdog Washington Redskins at +285 odds on a money line bet.

The Seahawks are 2-1 on the season. Their only loss of the year came in their lone road game as they lose 30-21 in week two as the San Diego Chargers. Seattle had no answer for Chargers quarterback Phillip Rivers who threw for 284 yards and three touchdown passes in the victory. On that Sunday afternoon in San Diego it was extremely hot with temperatures over 100 degrees on the field. That had an impact on the Seahawks defense as they are more accustomed to the milder climates of the Pacific Northwest. Seattle followed up after their loss to San Diego with an overtime win in week four to the Denver Broncos by a score of 26-20 in overtime. The Seahawks defense failed to protect a 12 point fourth quarter lead and allowed Denver’s Peyton Manning to complete both the late touchdown and needed two point conversion passes with 18 seconds to force the overtime period. Seattle got the ball in overtime and drove the field as they win on a Marshawn Lynch six yard touchdown run. Washington returns to the field after suffering a 45-14 home defeat on Thursday Night Football way back on September 25th to the New York Giants. Robert Griffin III was sidelined due to a foot problem and is listed as out for Monday night’s game. Redskins back up Kirk Cousins will get the start once against. He performed poorly in the loss to the Giants by throwing four interceptions.

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