CB - SEA
This Week Outlook
Seattle Seahawks top corner Shaquill Griffin is active for Monday Night Football against the Philadelphia Eagles.
Griffin has been sidelined for the last four contests with a hamstring injury, and also a concussion. He was not quite at his Pro Bowl level form prior to the injury, so hopefully, the time off will help him become a feared number one again. His return represents a downgrade for Jalen Reagor and Travis Fulgham.
Seahawks CB Shaquill Griffin (concussion/hamstring) has been ruled out for Week 8 vs. the 49ers.
Griffin has been solid for the Seahawks secondary this season. On the year, he’s got 28 total tackles and two interceptions. He’ll miss the game against San Francisco on Sunday, leaving the Seattle secondary shorthanded. They also could be missing S Jamal Adams (groin/illness), who is listed as questionable to play.
Seattle Seahawks star corner Shaquill Griffin has been ruled out for Week 15 against the Carolina Panthers.
The team was hopeful that Griffin would be able to play, but he was unable to get cleared after testing the hamstring out prior to the game. It is entirely plausible that the Seahawks are just playing it safe with their star corner in an effort to keep him healthy for a pivotal Week 17 tilt against the San Francisco 49ers that can decide the division. D.J. Moore gets a massive upgrade with this news, and besides being a must start in all season long league sizes, is someone to consider tinkering your DFS lineup for.
Seahawks' CB Shaquill Griffin recorded four solo tackles and two interceptions in their Week 2 matchup against the Chicago Bears.
Griffin wasn't perfect, on several occasions missing a bad tackle on Bears' WR Allen Robinson to allow a first down. However, he did have two interceptions. The first was a horrible under-throw by Bears' QB Mitch Trubisky, and is a play any corner should have made. But the second was a beautiful diving grab where he picked the ball up off the turf on a deflection. Griffin was better this week, and the Seahawks desperately need that improvement to continue.
Seattle CB Shaquille Griffin registered six solo tackles in their week one matchup against Denver.
It's never a good thing when your two starting corners are your leading tacklers. Griffin got worked all game long by Denver WR Emmanuel Sanders, who racked up ten catches for 135 yards and one TD against Griffin (including Sanders' 43-yard TD) and teammate Tre Flowers. Woof.