4 numbers you should know from Seattle vs. Dallas
Offense - Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson easily had his best game of the season with an overall grade of 77.4, making it his first game of the season with a grade above 60. Wilson was on fire when passing from a clean pocket, completing 13-of-17 attempts for 169 yards, two touchdowns, no interceptions and a passer rating of 146.4. He now has an overall grade of 64.8 for the season, ranking 24th out of 34 quarterbacks.
Offense - Chris Carson
Chris Carson punished the Cowboys' defense on the ground, as he totaled 102 rushing yards on 32 attempts. Carson earned 3.28 yards after contact per attempt and broke four tackles. He earned an overall grade of 74.7, ranking fourth among running backs in week three.
Defense - Earl Thomas
Earl Thomas turned in another elite performance, earning a 91.1 overall grade against the Cowboys. On three targets into his coverage, Thomas allowed just one catch for 18 yards, grabbed two interceptions, and allowed a passer rating of 15.3. After three weeks of play, Thomas remains the league's highest-graded safety with an overall grade of 93.0.
Defense - Bobby Wagner
Bobby Wagner had his best game of the season, earning an overall grade of 90.9. On seven targets into his coverage, Wagner allowed three catches for 36 yards, only one first down and had two pass break-ups. Wagner also recorded four run stops on 18 run defense snaps, giving him the fifth-best run stop percentage among linebackers for week three. On the season, Wagner has an overall grade of 91.3, ranking first among linebackers.