Here are a few more news and notes from Pro Football Focus on the Seahawks’ win over the Titans:
– Replacing Breno Giacomini, Michael Bowie allowed just a single hurry in 42 pass blocking snaps
– Luke Willson played 62 of 70 possible snaps filling in for Zach Miller. Willson had a solid day in run blocking, but in pass protection he allowed two hurries in just four snaps.
– Doug Baldwin continued to earn all of his snaps with another quality outing. He played 42 snaps Sunday.
– Robert Turbin spelled Lynch for 14 snaps. FB Derrick Coleman played 16 snaps.
– Russell Wilson completed 15-of-15 aimed passes thrown outside the numbers on Sunday.
– Breaking his season-long trend, Wilson performed better when pressured by the Titans than he did with a clean pocket. His numbers under pressure: 9-for-11, 130 yards, 0 TD, 0 INT, 115.9 QB Rating.
– Marshawn Lynch averaged only 0.90 yards per attempt before contact, making his total yards per carry average of 3.7 much more impressive.
– On scrambles, Russell Wilson gained 51 yards on eight attempts.
– Marshawn Lynch caught four of five targets for 78 yards. A whopping 60 of those yards came after the catch.
– Doug Baldwin hauled in all four of his targets for 48 receiving yards.
– Seahawks pass-catchers did not drop any of their 23 catchable targets on Sunday.
– Five defensive linemen graded in the green (+1.1 overall or better), with another grading right at +1.0.
– Seattle missed only three tackles as a team.
– Much better showing by Richard Sherman this week, allowing just one catch for 15 yards and also intercepting a pass.
– Ryan Fitzpatrick couldn’t get anything going outside the numbers, completing just 2-of-9 passes for 39 yards and 2 INTs on such attempts.
– Inside of the numbers, Fitzpatrick went 15-for-18 with 132 yards, 0 TD, 0 INT.
– Often buying time with his legs, Russell Wilson takes an average of 3.29 seconds To Throw on the season, 3rd longest in the league. Only Michael Vick and Terrell Pryor hold the ball longer.
– Among the top 50 qualifiers, Marshawn Lynch now ranks 6th in Elusive Rating at 61.8.
– Chris Clemons now leads all 4-3 defensive ends in Pass Rushing Productivity with his mark of 15.3.
– Earl Thomas is allowing just 0.18 Yards Per Cover Snap, 3rd best in the league among safeties.