Did you know the Seahawks are on pace to more than double their 2005 total for dropped passes? Did you know Seattle’s offense is on pace to cut holding penalties almost in half? Did you know Seattle’s quarterbacks are on pace to throw 15 additional interceptions this season? Did you know Seattle’s drafted starters were selected, on average, with the 73rd overall choice in their draft classes? Did you know the offense is on pace for 1,020 fewer yards than last season and the Seahawks’ lowest output since 2001? Or that the defense is actually on pace to allow 11 fewer first downs?
These and other cool things are a few clicks away. That’s because I’ve updated the 33-category roster, the 2005-2006 Season Log and the 2000-2006 statistical comparison. The roster and season log are long-standing features here. The 2000-2006 comparison is relatively new. This one breaks down Seattle’s offense and defense by a few dozen categories, with separate columns showing how the 2006 projected stats compare to 2005 final stats.
Note: Previous season logs were not showing a full accounting of personal-foul penalties. This has been fixed.