Eli Manning tossed three touchdown passes and Ahmad Bradshaw rushed for two more as the New York Giants cruised to their fifth straight victory with a convincing 41-7 triumph over the host Seattle Seahawks on Sunday.
Manning completed 21 of 32 passes for 290 yards and threw scoring strikes to Hakeem Nicks, Steve Smith and tight end Kevin Boss for New York (6-2), which remained tied with the Atlanta Falcons (6-2) for the best record in the NFC.
Bradshaw sandwiched touchdown runs of 2 and 4 yards around Nicks' 46-yard score to give the Giants a 21-0 lead in the first quarter. Nicks finished with six catches for 128 yards, marking the fourth time in five games in which the second-year star went over the 100-yard plateau.
The second quarter saw more of the same for Tom Coughlin's club as Smith reeled in a 6-yard scoring strike from Manning and Boss added a 5-yard touchdown grab.
Making his first career start, Seahawks quarterback Charlie Whitehurt completed 12 of 23 passes for just 113 yards, but he did connect with Ben Obomanu for a 36-yard touchdown early in the fourth quarter.
Marshawn Lynch had a team-high 48 yards for Seattle (4-4), which mustered just 162 total yards in another lopsided loss. The Seahawks were on the receiving end of a 33-3 battering by the Oakland Raiders last week.