Numbers you should know from Seahawks vs. Raiders
Daniel Rymer of Pro Football Focus breaks down the numbers for the Seattle Seahawks both on offense and on defense vs. Oakland in London, UK this past Sunday.
Let’s break down the performance from the Seattle Seahawks (3-3) vs. the Oakland Raiders (1-5) in London, UK last Sunday. Pro Football Focus highlights the performances of QB Russell Wilson, WR Doug Baldwin, DE Frank Clark, and S Bradley McDougald.
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Offense - Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson earned an overall grade of 77.3, ranking 6th out of 29 qualifying quarterbacks in week 6. When kept clean, Wilson completed 16-of-21 attempts for 212 yards, two touchdowns, one interception, and a passer rating of 119.5. On eight play action attempts, he completed five passes for 51 yards with no touchdowns and one interception (41.1 passer rating). Wilson now has an overall grade of 73.3 for the season, ranking 19th out of 37 qualifying quarterbacks.
Offense - Doug Baldwin
Doug Baldwin had his best game of the season, earning a receiving grade of 89.5, ranking 3rd out of 91 qualifying wide receivers in week 6. He did most of his damage on passes 20+ yards downfield, catching 2-of-3 deep attempts for 65 yards. Baldwin’s four catches for first downs were the most for any Seahawk against the Raiders.
Defense - Frank Clark
Frank Clark had his breakout game of the year and earned a 91.5 overall grade, ranking 3rd out of 50 edge defenders in week 6. On 23 pass-rush snaps, Clark recorded four total pressures (3 sacks, 1 hurry), including a forced fumble on a strip-sack. With an overall grade of 77.2 for the season, Clark ranks 17th out of 114 qualifying edge defenders.
Defense - Bradley McDougald
Bradley McDougald added yet another great game to his resume this season as he earned an overall grade of 83.3, ranking 3rd amongst safeties this week. On five targets into his coverage, McDougald allowed four receptions for only 19 yards and one first down. He also recorded one run-stop and one forced fumble. McDougald now has an overall grade of 87.4 this season, ranking 3rd out of 91 qualifying safeties; he trails only Clayton Fejedelem (91.0, CIN), and Earl Thomas (91.3).