Numbers you should know from Seattle’s loss against the Rams
PFF Seattle at Los Angeles
The Seattle Seahawks traveled to sunny Los Angeles to face the Rams last Sunday. After getting off to a hot start, going toe-for-toe with the Rams, a late game interception sealed the win for the Rams.
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 72.0 this week, ranking 12th among quarterbacks. He was at his best when given a clean pocket, as he completed 13-of-16 attempts for 121 yards, two touchdowns, no interceptions and a passer rating of 137.8. When under pressure, Wilson completed 4-of-10 attempts for 55 yards, one touchdown, no interceptions and a passer rating of 91.7. Wilson earned the top running grade (82.4) among quarterbacks this week; he had nine carries (7 QB scrambles) for 92 yards, six first downs and averaged 3.78 yards after contact per attempt.
WR Tyler Lockett
Tyler Lockett finished with the game with an overall grade of 73.6, ranking first on the team this week. He was targeted six times and had five receptions for 67 yards, one first down and one touchdown. Lockett now has a receiving grade of 74.1, ranking 29th out of 106 qualifying wide receivers this season. He is also generating a passer rating of 157.9 when targeted, ranking first among wide receivers.
DL Quinton Jefferson
Quinton Jefferson led the Seahawks' defense with an overall grade of 72.7. He recorded one pressure (sack) on 20 pass-rush snaps. Jefferson got himself two run stops on only 11 run defense snaps, ranking 4th in run stop percentage among edge defenders for the week. He now has an overall grade of 59.4 this season, ranking 83rd out of 114 qualifying edge defenders.
LB Bobby Wagner
Bobby Wagner ranks third on the Seahawks defense this week with an overall grade of 68.9. He had one pressure (hit) on 3 pass-rush snaps and didn't miss a single tackle attempt. For the entire season, Wagner is one of only two linebackers to have zero missed tackles (min. 345 snaps). Wagner is still the highest-graded linebacker this season with an overall grade of 88.4.