The Seahawks created five turnovers, allowed just 181 total yards and pounded the hapless Giants, 23-0, in East Rutherford.
Russell Wilson finished the game 18 of 27 with 206 yards passing, one touchdown and one pick. In comparison, Eli Manning went 18 of 31 with 156 yards passing, no touchdowns and five picks for the Giants.
Marshawn Lynch was a focal point for the Seahawks, running at will on the Giants for 47 yards on 16 carries with a touchdown while adding six receptions for 73 yards. Doug Baldwin was a top receiver, catching six passes for 71 yards with a touchdown.
The Seattle defensive unit led the way to a victory, holding the Giants to 25 yards rushing and 186 passing while coming away with five interceptions. They harassed Manning and the Giants offensive line with an imposing four sacks.
Finally, Steven Hauschka was perfect, making all three of the field goals he attempted.
Giants wide receiver Jerrel Jernigan put up 67 receiving yards.
The Seahawks will play host to the Cardinals (8-5) next week while the Giants head to Detroit to face off with the Lions (7-6).
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