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Seahawks -1 (-105)

This is a must-win for the Seahawks, who need to win out to even have a chance at a Wild Card spot. Luckily, Russell Wilson has a track record of spectacular play on Monday Night Football. He’s 10-2 on Mondays for his career, throwing 20 touchdowns to five interceptions.

Wilson has been great in night games overall, with a 29-9-1 career record. He should be able to hit deep passes against Washington, which has been an issue or him and the Seahawks over the past couple of weeks. Once those downfield passes connect, everything else typically falls into place for this Seattle offense. 

Antonio Gibson over 9.5 receiving yards (-120)

This is projected to be a close game, so look for Gibson to see a heavy workload. Washington will also need to keep passing, though, and they have talented receivers in the backfield, with Gibson being one of them.

The Seahawks have struggled to contain running backs as receivers this season, allowing 72.6 receiving yards per game to the position.

Tyler Lockett over 61.5 receiving yards (-110)

Washington’s secondary has struggled, allowing a 68.13 per cent completion rate, which is the seventh-worst in the NFL. This secondary will be exposed more without Chase Young on their defensive line, as the pass rush won’t get to Wilson as quickly and consistently.

That will give Wilson time to look downfield, and Lockett has proven to be a trustworthy deep threat for Seattle. He had a 48-yard reception last week, so look for another similar play on Monday. 

Logan Thomas anytime touchdown (+230)

Thomas is expected to make his return to the field from injury on Monday. This is good news, as the athletic tight end is clearly Washington’s best red zone threat. Despite not playing since Week 4 – and he only played a couple snaps in that game – Thomas still ranks third in red zone touchdown receptions for Washington.

A big reason for that is that he is six-foot-six, while the rest of the Washington receiving corps is pretty small. Look for him to be targeted in the red zone yet again here.