Numbers you should know from Seattle’s 27-24 comeback win over the Packers
Seattle Seahawks vs. Green Bay Packers
The Seattle Seahawks welcomed the Green Bay Packers to Century Link Field for Thursday Night Football. The game had no shortage of thrilling plays, as the Seahawks, who trailed by 11 in the first quarter, came back to knock off Aaron Rodgers and the Packers with a 27-24 victory in Week 11.
Let’s take a look at the numbers you should know on both sides of the ball.
These numbers are brought to you by Daniel Rhymer of Pro Football Focus.
QB Russell Wilson
Russell Wilson finished with the highest overall grade (78.8) on the Seahawks' offense, according to Pro Football Focus. He was extremely effective against the blitz, completing 9-of-12 attempts for 105 yards, two touchdowns and a passer rating of 140.6 when blitzed. When Wilson wasn't blitzed, he completed 12-of-19 attempts for 120 yards, no touchdowns or interceptions and a passer rating of 81.0. Wilson now has an overall grade of 83.5, which ranks 11th among quarterbacks.
WR Tyler Lockett
Per Pro Football Focus, Tyler Lockett finished with an overall grade of 71.2, making him the second-highest graded wide receiver in this game (behind Davante Adams). Lockett caught all five of his targets for 71 yards, 3 first downs and generated a passer rating of 118.8. He also broke one tackle and had a total of 8 yards after the catch. Lockett has now caught 86.4% of his targets, ranking second among wide receivers.
DL Jarran Reed
According to Pro Football Focus, Jarran Reed earned an overall grade of 82.3, ranking second on the Seahawks' defense. He recorded five total pressures (3 hurries, 1 hit, 1 sack) on 30 pass-rush snaps. Reed's 71.6 run defense grade ranks first among Seahawks' defensive linemen for the game. Frank Clark led the defense in total pressures with six (4 hurries, 2 sacks) on 29 pass-rush snaps.
LB Bobby Wagner
Bobby Wagner had yet another elite game, earning an overall grade of 90.4 (more than 8 points higher than the next closest defender in the game), per Pro Football Focus. He was targeted four times in coverage - twice vs. Davante Adams and twice vs. Aaron Jones - and allowed three catches for 27 yards and only one first down. Wagner also recorded three run stops on 12 run defense snaps. As it stands now, Wagner is the only linebacker with an overall grade above 90.0 for the season.