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January 20, 2015 at 9:34 AM

A few more breakdowns of Pro Football Focus’ Seahawks rations

We posted the weekly game gradebook from Pro Football Focus on Monday. That’s one that is compiled by PFF.

Given a few questions I’ve gotten since then, I reviewed some of their grades and ratings for the game to pass along a few more notes. …

— Here are the specific ratings for the offensive linemen (and recall that they start at zero, so anything more than zero is a net positive and anything less a net negative): Russell Okung -3.5, James Carpenter -2.9, Max Unger 2.5, J.R. Sweezy -1.9, and Alvin Bailey 0.0.

— Both Okung (-2.2) and Sweezy (-2.0) had negative pass block ratings while Carpenter had a negative ru block rating (-2.1). Unger (1.5) and Sweezy (1.4) had the two best run block ratings of the OLs. The best run block rating on the team, though, went to Luke Willson at 1.6.

— Other than Okung the two worst run block grades went to Tony Moeaki (-2.3) and Will Tukuafu (-1.1).

— As noted in the snap counts, Landon Cohen played 14 in what was his first action with the Seahawks. He had a rating of -0.6. Of his 14 snaps, 11 came against the pass as he was largely in for nickel situations.

— Getting the best defensive rating was K.J. Wright, at 4.2. That includes 2.2 in pass courage as he allowed just a 5-yard reception on three targets.

— Getting the best pass defense grade was Richard Sherman at 3.5. He allowed one reception on two targets, a six-yarder to Jordy Nelson.

— Getting the lowest pass defense grade was Jeremy Lane at -1.2, allowing five receptions on seven targets good for an NFL passer rating against of 87.8. That included giving up five receptions to Randall Cobb.

Byron Maxwell, who had been picked on quite a bit in the first game against Green Bay, allowed four receptions on six targets for an NFL passer rating of 57.5.

 

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