On the surface, this should be an easy win for the Giants. The Seahawks are 1-3 and have the second-worst point differential in the NFC. But, Seattle has been a victim of bad luck more than bad play.
Tavaris Jackson, the Seattle QB, hasn't set the world on fire, but he has completed more than 60% of his passes while throwing for more touchdowns than interceptions. The Seattle defense is in the top-12 when it comes to yards allowed and have only allowed 10 more point than the Giants.
On the other hand, New York enters on a three-game winning streak, but they have some injury concerns. Justin Tuck may miss the game and Brandon Jacobs is also doubtful. Add in the fact that New York has a history of awful home losses since Tom Coughlin took over and you start to sweat. Vegas has installed the Giants as ten-point favorites. They probably won't cover that, but they will do enough to avoid an upset and improve to 4-1.