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Seahawks, Wilson looking to ignite sluggish offense against Bills

Buffalo Bills receiver Percy Harvin, in action last season, is expected to play Monday night against Seattle after ending his NFL retirement. The Bills (4-4) are hoping to end a two-game losing streak. Game coverage begins at 7:15 p.m. on ESPN.
Buffalo Bills receiver Percy Harvin, in action last season, is expected to play Monday night against Seattle after ending his NFL retirement. The Bills (4-4) are hoping to end a two-game losing streak. Game coverage begins at 7:15 p.m. on ESPN. AP

Bills (4-4) at Seahawks (4-2-1)

7:30 p.m. Monday, ESPN

Line: Seahawks by 7

Even after a last-second loss at the hands of New Orleans, Seattle remains the only team in the NFC West with a winning record. Quarterback Russell Wilson has struggled to engineer points, throwing five touchdowns in seven games for the league’s 29th-ranked scoring offense (18.7 points per game). Two consecutive losses have effectively ended Buffalo’s chances for a division crown, but a win could give the Bills momentum in a wild card race with four of their next six at home.

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