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.