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September 13, 2013 at 11:03 AM

Pro Football Focus breaks down the game

Here’s our weekly wrapup of all the links from Pro Football Focus related to the game, as well as some interesting stats and notes about the matchup.

– To start things off, here’s some helpful info about their Signature Stats.

– Here is their Three to Focus On preview of the game against the 49ers.

- No Seahawks on the PFF Team of the Week, but the 49ers’ Anquan Boldin made it.

– Nobody in this week’s matchup from our Had a Bad Day Team, but an interesting reading nonetheless.

– See what Nathan Jahnke noticed about Marshawn Lynch in this week’s 32 Observations.

Steve Palazzolo’s Race for Rookie of the Year takes a look at some early frontrunners.

– A few notes on 49ers Eric Reid in Khaled Elsayed’s First-Rounders In Focus.

– Following week one, our Power Rankings have the 49ers number one and Seahawks number three.

– Five out of eight analysts picked Seattle over San Francisco in this week’s PFF Pick ‘em.

Upcoming Opponent: San Francisco 49ers

Colin Kaepernick went 8-for-10 with 122 yards and 2 TD when using play action last week.

– Kaepernick went deep nine times in week 1 (most in the league), finishing 3-for-9 with 87 yards, 1 TD, and a drop.

Frank Gore gained just 30 yards after contact in 21 carries.

Anquan Boldin’s 13 catches for 208 yards came on 16 targets.

Aldon Smith racked up 2 sacks (1.5 officially, we count half sacks as full), 2 hits, and 4 hurries.

Nnamdi Asomugha was targeted 9 times. He gave up 4 catches for 63 yards and a TD, all against Jordy Nelson.

Carlos Rogers allowed 4 catches for 79 yards.

Anquan Boldin currently leads NFL receivers in our Yards per Route Run stat at 5.07.

– Boldin caught 7 passes for 114 yards from the slot.

– San Francisco missed 7 tackles last week.

– The 49ers O-line ranked third best in Pass Blocking Efficiency last week at 87.8. (Seattle was tenth at 81.1)

 

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