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SEAHAWKS’ NEXT OPPONENT

New York Giants (5-8)

10 a.m. Sunday, MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J.

Against the Seahawks: The Giants lead the all-time series, 9-6. The Seahawks won the most recent meeting, 36-25, on Oct. 9, 2011, at New York.

Stats and stuff: The Giants started the season 0-6. … New York has beaten one team, the Philadelphia Eagles, that has an above .500 record. … The Giants average 88 yards rushing per game, 27th in the league. … Quarterback Eli Manning has thrown 20 interceptions, which is tied for the second-most of his career. Manning is on pace to have his first season where he throws more interceptions than touchdowns. … Wide receiver Victor Cruz dominates the Giants’ passing game. He has 71 catches. Their No. 2 receiver, Hakeem Nicks, has 49. … Safety Antrell Rolle is tied for second in the league with five interceptions. … DE Justin Tuck leads the Giants with 8.5 sacks.

Quotable: “Pride should always serve as the motivator (and) obviously at this point it’s all you play for. … This team isn’t one that is going to crumble inside.” — New York wide receiver Victor Cruz

GIANTS’ SCHEDULE

Sept. 8at DallasL, 36-31

Sept. 15vs. DenverL, 41-23

Sept. 22at CarolinaL, 38-0

Sept. 29at Kansas CityL, 31-7

Oct. 6vs. PhiladelphiaL, 36-21

Oct. 10at ChicagoL, 27-21

Oct. 21vs. MinnesotaW, 23-7

Oct. 27at PhiladelphiaW, 15-7

Nov. 10vs. OaklandW, 24-20

Nov. 17vs. Green BayW, 27-13

Nov. 24vs. DallasL, 24-21

Dec. 1at WashingtonW, 24-17

Dec. 8at San DiegoL, 37-14

Dec. 15vs. Seattle

Dec. 22at Detroit

Dec. 29vs. Washington

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