Numbers you should know from Seattle vs. Carolina
Seattle defeats Carolina 30-27
The Seattle Seahawks (6-5) traveled 3,000 miles to take on Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers (6-5) last Sunday but the plane ride home was oh so much sweeter as Seattle came away with the 30-27 win. In a tight NFC playoff are and with just a few weeks left of the regular season, this was a huge win for Seattle. The Seahawks also have four of their remaining five game left at home which puts them in a good position for a playoff push.
Let’s take a look at the numbers you should know on both sides of the ball.
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QB - Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson earned an overall grade of 86.1, ranking second among quarterbacks this week. When kept clean, Wilson completed 16-of-20 attempts for 198 yards, two touchdowns, 0 interceptions and a passer rating of 141.3. When pressured, Wilson completed 6-of-11 attempts for 141 yards, 0 touchdowns, 0 interceptions and a passer rating of 99.6. On deep attempts (20+ yards downfield), Wilson went 3-for-6 for 132 yards, one touchdown and a passer rating of 135.4.
WR - David Moore, Tyler Lockett
David Moore finished with an overall grade of 86.7, ranking 5th among wide receivers so far this week. Moore caught four of his five targets for 103 yards and one touchdown, generating a perfect passer rating of 158.3.
Tyler Lockett caught all five of his targets for 107 yards, one touchdown and also generated a passer rating of 158.3. All five of Lockett's receptions went for first downs (including the touchdown).
Nazair Jones, Frank Clark
Nazair Jones earned an overall grade of 90.4, ranking first among interior defenders this week. Jones made two run stops on 12 run defense snaps.
Frank Clark earned an overall grade of 63.0 and had two pressures on 25 pass-rush snaps.
Tre Flowers, Bobby Wagner
Tre Flowers had his best game of the season, earning an 81.9 overall grade (ranking 5th among CBs this week). He was targeted four times and allowed four receptions for only 37 yards. Flowers also forced two fumbles.
Bobby Wagner had his second-worst game of the season, earning an overall grade of just 65.5. Wagner was targeted five times and allowed four receptions for 65 yards.