4 stats you should know from Seattle at Detroit
More big numbers from Hawks
The Seattle Seahawks (4-3) defeated the Detroit Lions (3-4) on the road last Sunday 28-14. Let’s take a look at some of the stats put up by the Seahawks both on the offensive and defensive side of the ball according to Pro Football Focus' Daniel Rymer.
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Offense -Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson earned an overall grade of 98.0, which is the highest overall grade for a single game among quarterbacks this season. When kept clean, Wilson completed 9-of-10 attempts for 166 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions. On play action, Wilson completed 6-of-9 attempts for 132 yards, one touchdown and no interceptions, good for a passer rating of 146.8. Wilson now has an overall grade of 83.4 for the season, ranking 8th among quarterbacks.
Offense - David Moore
David Moore earned an "elite" grade with a mark of 92.8. It's the highest overall grade among wide receivers this week by almost 10 points. He caught all four of his targets for 97 yards, three first downs and one touchdown, generating a passer rating of 158.3. Moore caught both of his deep targets (20+ yards downfield) for 72 yards.
Defense - K.J. Wright
K.J. Wright earned an overall grade of 81.7, ranking first on the Seahawks' defense and third among all linebackers in the NFL this week. Wright was targeted in coverage six times and allowed four catches for 28 yards, two first downs and a passer rating of 77.1. He also recorded one pressure.
Defense - Dion Jordan
Dion Jordan earned an overall grade of 80.5, ranking fourth among edge defenders in week 8. On 22 pass-rush snaps, Jordan had four total pressures (3 hurries, 1 hit). He also made two run stops on five run defense snaps and earned a run defense grade of 80.4, ranking 3rd among edge defenders for the week.