As always on Monday, here is the review of the game from Pro Football Focus.
First, here’s their Re-Focused review.
And here are some additional notes:
– Starters Max Unger, Russell Okung, and Breno Giacomini all returned to the lineup. Unger and Okung struggled, while Giacomini put in a quality game other than giving up a sack.
– Percy Harvin played 20 snaps in his Seahawks debut.
– Excellent game throwing the ball by Russell Wilson. He was on target for 14 of his 16 aimed passes.
– On deep passes, Wilson went 4-of-6 for 123 yards and a TD.
– Although it wasn’t his best performance, Marshawn Lynch picked up 48 of his 61 rushing yards after contact.
– Zach Miller saw the most targets, catching four of the five for 69 yards, while gaining 24 yards after the catch.
– Doug Baldwin made the most of his two targets, hauling in both for 63 yards and a TD.
– Percy Harvin caught his only target and gained 17 yards.
– Excellent run defense by Red Bryant and Tony McDaniel made it a long day for Adrian Peterson.
– Good day of pass rushing by Cliff Avril, notching a sack, a hit, two hurries, and a batted pass.
– Chris Clemons had his third negative grade in the last four games. He struggled to apply pressure and managed just two hurries in 30 pass rushes.
– Walter Thurmond had a very nice day in coverage, allowing just three completions in eight targets for eight yards and an interception.
– Bobby Wagner covered well, allowing 3-of-5 passes to be completed his way for 21 yards, also recording an interception and another pass breakup.
– K.J. Wright yielded just two catches in four targets, totaling nine yards.
– Richard Sherman was beaten deep for a touchdown. He allowed 2-of-3 for 46 yards altogether.
– Percy Harvin flashed his ability with a 58-yard kickoff return.
– Russell Wilson was on point this week, with an Accuracy Percentage of 87.5.
– Tony McDaniel’s six Run Stops this week were more than any defensive tackle in the league.
– Walter Thurmond gave up just 0.25 Yards per Cover Snap this week.
– Kam Chancellor’s three run stops in 27 snaps gave him the second highest Run Stop Percentage (11.1) of any safety in the league this week.