The Washington Football Team (4-6) square off against the Seattle Seahawks (3-7) November 29, 2021 in a matchup expected to be a tight game. It’s currently set as a pick ’em. The game has a point total of 46.5.
Washington Vs. Seahawks Odds
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Washington and Seahawks: Last Three Games
- Washington covered the spread twice in its last three matchups while putting up a 2-1 record straight-up in those games.
- The final combined score of the last three Football Team games exceeded the set total once.
- The Football Team’s last three games have ended with an average of 45.8 points scored. That’s 0.7 fewer points than this contest’s over/under.
- Seattle is 1-2-0 against the spread and 1-2 overall over its past three matchups.
- In each of those games, the final combined score fell short of the set total.
- The past three Seahawks games averaged 0.3 fewer points (46.2) than this matchup’s point total.
Washington and Seahawks: Betting Trends
- Washington has put together a record of 3-7-0 against the spread this season.
- In games they have played as 0-point favorites or more, the Football Team have an ATS record of 1-2.
- This season, five of Washington’s games have gone over the point total.
- The Football Team have won 66.7% of the games this season when they were the moneyline favorite (2-1).
- Washington has a 2-1 record (winning 66.7% of its games) when it has played as a moneyline favorite of -113 or shorter.
- The Football Team have an implied moneyline win probability of 53.1% in this matchup.
- Seattle has put together a record of 5-5-0 against the spread this year.
- The Seahawks are 3-2 ATS when playing as at least 0-point underdogs.
- This season, Seattle’s games have hit the over once.
- The Seahawks have been underdogs in five games this season and won one (20%) of those contests.
- Seattle has a record of 1-4 in games where bookmakers have them as underdogs of at least -107 on the moneyline.
- Washington and its opponents have combined to hit the over on Monday’s over/under of 46.5 points six times this season.
- In Seattle’s 10 games this season, three have finished with more combined scoring than Monday’s over/under of 46.5.
- The total for the contest of 46.5 is 5.9 points more than the combined points per game averages for the Football Team (21.2 points per game) and the Seahawks (19.4 points per game).
- This game’s over/under is 1.1 fewer points than the 47.6 these two teams combine to give up per game in 2020.
- On average, the over/under in Football Team games is 0.2 points fewer than the over/under of 46.5 points in this contest.
- Seahawks’ games have a total points bet of 48.6 points this season, 2.1 points more than the over/under for this matchup.
Washington Players to Watch
- Taylor Heinicke is the No. 20 fantasy player overall and the No. 16 fantasy quarterback with 169.0 points (averaging 16.9 per game).
- Antonio Gibson has put up total 105.9 fantasy points this year (10.6 per game), which make him the 63rd-ranked player overall and the 18th-ranked running back.
- So far this season, Terry McLaurin’s 104.7 total fantasy points make him the No. 65 fantasy player and No. 16 receiver. He averages 10.5 fantasy points per game.
- J.D. McKissic is working on the 119th-ranked fantasy season (38th among running backs) with 67.3 fantasy points, averaging 6.7 per game.
Seahawks Players to Watch
- So far this season, Russell Wilson is 54th overall among all players and 28th among all quarterbacks with 112.8 fantasy points (11.3 per game).
- D.K. Metcalf has put up total 111.7 fantasy points this year (11.2 per game), which make him the 12th-ranked receiver and the 56th-ranked player overall.
- Tyler Lockett’s 89.7 total fantasy points make him the No. 80 fantasy player and No. 24 receiver. He averages 9.0 fantasy points per game.
- Alex Collins’ fantasy season so far has him ranked 45th among running backs and 139th overall with 57.4 points (5.7 per game).