Numbers you should know from Seattle's loss at San Francisco
Pro Football Focus
The Seattle Seahawks (8-6) fell to division rival the San Francisco 49ers (4-10) on Sunday 26-23 that needed an overtime period to settle. If the Seahawks would have won in the Bay Area, they would have officially clinched a spot in the playoffs, but alas the hunt for the post season continues.
Let’s take a look at some of the stats you should know from both sides of the ball, brought to you by Daniel Rymer of Pro Football Focus.
Russell Wilson earned an overall grade of 75.8, ranking ninth among quarterbacks so far in week 15. When kept clean, Wilson completed 18-of-22 attempts for 163 yards and no touchdowns or interceptions, good for a passer rating of 97.5. When pressured, Wilson completed 5-of-9 attempts for 74 yards, two touchdowns, no interceptions and a passer rating of 122.2. After 15 weeks, Wilson's 121.4 passer rating when kept clean ranks third, and his 89.2 passer rating when pressured ranks second.
Chris Carson, Duane Brown, Doug Baldwin
Chris Carson gained 50 yards after contact on 22 attempts (2.27 avg), and forced five missed tackles. He also ran for five first downs (including one touchdown).
Duane Brown earned a pass-blocking grade of 90.8, ranking third among offensive tackles this week. Brown allowed only one pressure on 38 pass-blocking snaps.
Doug Baldwin earned an overall grade of 88.6, ranking first on the Seahawks offense and third among all wide receivers in week 15; he caught 4-of-6 targets for 77 yards and four first downs (including two touchdowns).
Poona Ford earned an "elite" overall grade of 90.7, ranking first on the Seahawks defense and third among all interior defenders in week 15. Ford recorded three run stops on 17 run defense snaps. On the season, Ford has an overall grade of 89.6, ranking 12th among interior defenders and his 91.0 run defense grade ranks 8th.
Tre Flowers, Bobby Wagner
Tre Flowers earned an overall grade of 80.3, ranking fifth among cornerbacks this week. He was targeted once and had one pass breakup and also added a run stop.
Bobby Wagner earned an overall grade of 68.1, his third-lowest single-game grade this season. Wagner was targeted twice and allowed two receptions for 23 yards and one first down.