Seattle Seahawks injury report – Game 8 vs. New York Giants

Tyler Lockett, Seattle Seahawks.

Welcome to Game 8 of the Seattle Seahawks 2022 season. PNWS has 12s covered with all you need to know for Sunday as the Seahawks host the New York Giants.

Pacific Northwest Sports is here for Seattle Seahawks fans. We have all the facts and tidbits 12s need to know for Sunday’s game. This week the Seahawks host New York’s NFC team.


Who: New York Giants (6-1) at Seattle Seahawks (4-3).

Where: Lumen Field – Seattle, Washington.

When: Sunday, October 30, 2022, 1:25 PM PDT.

Weather: It’s going to be wet at Lumen Field. Aside from the showers, there will be a noticeable wind at 15+ mph and temperatures in the low-to-mid 50s (

TV: FOX. Announcers: Kevin Kugler, Mark Sanchez, and Laura Okmin (

Line: Seahawks -3. Over/Under: 44.5 (

Interesting Trends

In their last 9 games, the Seattle Seahawks are 6-3 both straight up and against the spread. They have also won 5 of 7 against NYG at home.

New York has played 7 games this season, winning 6 and covering in 6. The total has gone under in 14 of Big Blue’s last18.

Seattle Seahawks Injuries

Out (IR) – SS Jamal Adams, CB Tre Brown (knee), CB John Reid (groin), DE L.J. Collier (elbow), Edge Tyreke Smith (hip), LS Tyler Ott (shoulder), Edge Alton Robinson (knee), RB Travis Homer (ribs), LB Darryl Johnson (foot), Rashaad Penny (fibula). Out (Game) – LB Nick Bellore (concussion), OLB Darrell Taylor (groin). Doubtful – WR Penny Hart (hamstring). Questionable – WR Tyler Lockett (hamstring/ribs), WR D.K. Metcalf (knee), CB Sidney Jones (groin), G Gabe Jackson (knee), G Phil Haynes (concussion), DE Poona Ford (ankle). Probable – DT Al Woods (knee), Travis Homer (ribs).

New York Giants

Out (IR) – LB Azeez Ojulari, G Shane Lemieux, LB Darrian Beavers, CB Aaron Robinson, WR Sterling Shepard. Out (Game) – TE Daniel Bellinger, G Ben Bredeson, LB Oshane Ximines, WR Kenny Golladay, CB Cor’Dale Flott, OT Evan Neal. Questionable – OT Tyre Phillips (toe), S Jason Pinnock (foot), DL Leonard Williams (elbow).


If the season ended before this game, Seattle and New York would be the NFC’s fourth and fifth playoff seeds.

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith may be short of targets this week. Penny Hart is doubtful, and both D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett are game-time decisions.

Aside from Marquise Goodwin and, to a lesser extent, Dee Eskridge, the Seahawks’ receiver corps is mighty thin. Look for them to use plenty of two tight end sets with Will Dissly and Noah Fant.

It will be interesting to see the variety of ways Seattle Offensive Coordinator Shane Waldron finds to put the ball in Kenneth Walker‘s hands. With all their injuries, KW3 could be the Seahawks’ best offensive weapon.

NYG defense coordinator Wink Martindale likes to blitz often. One of the more interesting facets of this game is how quickly Seattle Seahawks rookie tackles Charles Cross and Abe Lucas can read what’s coming and pick it up.

The G-Men have also been hit hard by the injury bug. Daniel Jones won’t have Sterling Shepard, Kenny Golliday, and tight end Daniel Bellinger. New York also traded Kadarius Toney this week, leaving Darius Slayton and rookie second round pick Wan’Dale Robinson as his primary targets.

It will be up to the Seahawks’ front seven to stop the NFL’s second-leading rusher Saquon Barkley. He can break off a big run at any time. And while Jones may not have top receivers to work with, he’s more than capable of gaining big chunks of yardage on the ground.

Matchups to Watch

Seahawks WR Marquise Goodwin vs. New York CB Adoree’ Jackson.

New York RB Saquon Barkley vs. Seahawks S Quandre Diggs and LB Cody Barton.

Seahawks CB Tariq Woolen vs. New York WR Darius Slayton.

New York QB Daniel Jones vs. Seahawks LB Jordyn Brooks.

Seahawks OT Charles Cross vs. New York Edge Kayvon Thibodeaux.

Check back with us on Monday for our Seattle Seahawks overreactions.

Ed Stein

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