- Seattle Seahawks running back, Chris Carson is listed as out for the game.
- Travis Homer, another Seahawks running back, is also listed as out.
- Darrell Daniels, tight end for the Arizona Cardinals, is listed as out.
SEATTLE—Kicking off Week 11 of the NFL season features a matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and the Arizona Cardinals for a battle of the NFC West.
Prior to the game, the injury report has been released with different players on both teams on both sides of the ball listed as questionable, doubtful or out.
Looking at Seattle, the one player that most NFL bettors are looking for is their starting running back Chris Carson. Carson has missed the Seahawk’s past three games with a foot injury.
Aside from Carson listed as inactive, his running mate, Travis Homer is listed as out. With both of those backs trending down, it leaves Carlos Hyde to take the reins as the RB1 which could have his total for rushing yards (50.5) hit the Over.
On the Arizona side, their TE2 Darrell Daniels is listed as out. That leaves Dan Arnold to take over at the TE2 position which could help push his Over for total yards which is set at 15.5 yards as he would see more field time.
It could also have an effect on the totals for all of the Cardinals receivers as it is one less receiving option on the field for Kyler Murray.
One of the more notable injuries that has the eyes of many Seahawks bettors is that of Tyler Lockett. Despite being listed as questionable earlier in the week, he has been cleared to play.
Legal sports betting sites have the Over/Under for Lockett’s total receiving yards are set at 66.5 and have -115 odds on both sides of the line.
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