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October 26, 2013 at 4:12 PM

Pro Football Focus previews the Seahawks-Rams game

Here’s the weekly preview of the Seahawks game from Pro Football Focus.

And here are a few more links, notes and stats from PFFL

Marshawn Lynch and Richard Sherman make it onto the PFF Team of Week 7, while a multitude of Seahawks receive Honorable Mentions.

K.J. Wright gets a ‘dishonorable mention’ on the Had a Bad Day Team.

– Check out how Red Bryant has improved upon last year’s play in this week’s 32 Observations.

– In our first Pro Bowl Cheat Sheet edition of the year, four different Seahawks make the squad.

– Seattle slides back into the 2nd spot in our Power Rankings.

Malcolm Smith gets some exposure in the Secret Superstar series.

Bobby Wagner shows up in our Signature Stats: Run Stop Percentage, ILBs.

PFF Seahawks Stats

– So far this season, Golden Tate has caught 28-of-29 catchable passes, good for the 7th best Drop Rate (only 3.57%) among wide receivers.

– Seattle’s offensive line has improved its pass blocking a bit in recent weeks, moving up to 25th in the league in Pass Blocking Efficiency at 72.6.

Malcolm Smith has stepped up his play along with his increased playing time, now up to 7th among 4-3 OLBs in Run Stop Percentage at 9.0%. Smith also has yet to miss a tackle from scrimmage this season.

– Quarterbacks have a rating of just 26.4 when throwing into the coverage of Earl Thomas. They’ve gone 9-of-15 for 50 yards, with 0 TD, and 4 INT.

Upcoming Opponent: St. Louis Rams

– St. Louis will miss the accuracy of Sam Bradford, whose 74.7 Accuracy Percentage ranked 8th best in the league.

Brian Quick has dropped four of 13 catchable targets. His 30.77 Drop Rate is the 2nd worst in the league among 94 qualifying wide receivers.

Scott Wells currently boasts the best Pass Blocking Efficiency of all NFL centers at 99.1.

Robert Quinn continues to lead all 4-3 DEs in Pass Rush Productivity with a mark of 15.2. He has racked up 38 combined pressures (sacks, hits, and hurries) in 199 pass rush snaps.

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