Eli Manning and the New York Giants recorded 177 yards of total offense as they fell to 1-6 with a 24-7 loss to the Seattle Seahawks at MetLife Stadium.
A week after totaling 148 rushing yards against the Denver Broncos, New York's ground game recorded 46 rushing yards, led by Orleans Darkwa's 35.
Russell Wilson threw for 334 yards and three touchdowns, including a 38-yard pass to Paul Richardson on a fourth-quarter flea flicker after Manning lost a fumble.
Down 10-7, Manning was sacked after Brett Jones got beat on the line, and Seattle's Frank Clark recovered. The next play, Wilson threw a deep ball into the end zone, where Richardson and Giants safety Landon Collins both leapt for the ball and came down with it at the same time. Amid the scrum, referees ruled simultaneous possession and upheld it upon further review, as the Seahawks took a 17-7 lead with 9:49 remaining.
Evan Engram caught six passes for 60 yards and a touchdown, while the rest of the Giants combined for 10 catches for 47 yards. Doug Baldwin had eight catches for 86 yards and a touchdown, while Jimmy Graham had three catches for 51 yards and a touchdown for the Seahawks, who totaled 426 yards of offense and improved to 4-2.
The Giants took a 7-0 lead in the second quarter on Manning's five-yard touchdown pass to Engram after Collins recovered a Thomas Rawls fumble, but New York punted or ran out the clock on its next five possessions.
Baldwin caught a 22-yard touchdown pass from Wilson with 7:30 remaining in the third quarter to give Seattle its first lead of the game. After trading punts, the Giants drove to the Seattle 29, but Aldrick Rosas' 47-yard field goal attempt went wide right.
Wilson threw a one-yard touchdown to Graham with 2:14 remaining to give Seattle a 17-point lead.
Manning totaled 134 yards on 19-of-38 passing.