Seattle Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks

The grades are in from the Seattle Seahawks Week 9 overtime win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Below is a look at Seattle’s best and worst marks on both sides of the football from the 40-34 win.

Best offensive grades

Luke Willson – 87.6

Willson battled through a rib injury and caught both of his targets for 20 yards. Pete Carroll commended the tight end’s toughness and noted that he may not be ready in time to play the 49ers next Monday.

Russell Wilson – 87.2

Wilson continues to amaze. He completed 29-of-43 pass attempts for 378 yards, five touchdowns and no picks. He’s the first quarterback to ever have 22 passing touchdowns and one or fewer interceptions.

Tyler Lockett – 86.9

Lockett caught 13-of-18 targets for 152 yards and two touchdowns. He’s already established a new career high in receptions (59) with seven games left to play. He’s on pace to set single-season franchise records in both receptions (104) and receiving yards (1,363).

D.K. Metcalf – 77.2

Metcalf had the best game of his young career with six receptions on nine targets for 123 yards and one touchdown. He made several clutch receptions, including a game-tying two-point conversion early in the third quarter. It was Metcalf’s first-career 100-yard game.

Jacob Hollister – 73.0

Hollister caught four passes for 37 yards and two touchdowns, including a walk-off 10-yard score in overtime. He almost scored a third time in a 22-yard reception up the right seam, but he was tackled at the 1-yard line.

Worst offensive grades

Mike Iupati – 45.8

Iupati allowed three pressures and was given a 26.2 pass blocking grade.

 

George Fant – 48.8

PFF gave Fant a 49.8 run blocking grade.

Jaron Brown – 52.2

Brown played just 17 snaps and wasn’t targeted once.

Best defensive grades

Marquise Blair – 81.1

Blair had five tackles and allowed just 17 yards in coverage. He did allow one touchdown.

Mychal Kendricks – 70.8

Kendricks had a sack and a forced fumble that resulted in Seattle’s lone takeaway of the game. He’s now got three sacks on the season to lead the team.

K.J. Wright – 70.5

Wright had 10 tackles and one pass defended.

Worst offensive grades

Jamar Taylor – 34.4

Taylor allowed five receptions on five targets for 68 yards.

Tre Flowers – 35.9

Flowers allowed four receptions on seven targets for 53 yards.

Shaquill Griffin – 46.5

Griffin allowed eight receptions on 11 targets for 125 yards, mostly against Mike Evans.