NFL picks and predictions, Seahawks vs. Giants 2013: NFC clash in the Meadowlands

The NFL writers across the web are making their picks for Sunday's matchup between the Seahawks and Giants.

The Giants will host the Seahawks in Week 15. Seattle is coming off a loss to the 49ers, but at 10-2, still leads the NFC and could lock up home-field advantage in the next few games. The Giants got blown out by the Chargers in Week 14 and are currently at 5-8 on the season.

Given the disparity between the Giants and Seahawks success, Seattle is favored by 7.5-points on the road. For CBS Sports' eight-man panel, they are split down the middle with the spread. However, without the points, the entire panel goes with the Seahawks over the Giants. Cris Collinsworth and Phil Sims from Inside the NFL have made their picks, as well, giving the Seahawks a 2-0 vote of confidence.

For SB Nation's six-man expert panel, the birds are still the word. The six writers all picked the Seahawks to beat the Giants on the road.

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