EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Heading into their bye, the Seattle Seahawks had a good idea about the team they would be facing in a couple of weeks.
The New York Giants were winless. Their offense relied on Eli Manning and the passing game, and the defense was having a down year after helping new coach Ben McAdoo end a four-year postseason drought.
The Seahawks (3-2) are going to see a much different opponent when they face the Giants (1-5) on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
New York obviously has a win after stunning the Broncos 23-10 in Denver last Sunday night. The pass-happy offense has become a run-first group with coordinator Mike Sullivan now calling the plays, and...