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Hawks-Bengals stats

Post by Eric Williams on Oct. 25, 2011 at 11:19 am with 19 Comments »
October 25, 2011 11:19 am
2011 Stats Seahawks Bengals
Record 2-4 4-2
Total Yards Gained 1,577 1,959
Total Offense (NFLRank) 262.8 (31) 326.5 (22)
Rush Offense 80.0 (31) 105.3 (21)
Pass Offense 182.8 (28) 221.2 (20)
Points Per Game 16.2 (28) 22.8 (17)
Total Yards Allowed 2,128 1,671
Total Defense 354.7 (15) 278.5 (2)
Rush Defense 105.0 (11) 89.5 (5)
Pass Defense 249.7 (20) 189.0 (5)
Points Allowed/Game 21.3 (12) 18.5 (4)
Possession Avg. 24:00 30:23
Sacked/Yds. Lost 23/161 11/76
Sacks Made/Yds. Lost 13/80 14/83
Interceptions By 6 2
Penalties/Yds. 49/355 34/290
Punts/Avg. 40/47.5 37/44.6
Turnover Differential -3 (23) +3(T9)
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  1. Looks like we’ll have our hands full on Sunday. I didn’t realize the Bengals had such a good defense.

  2. Dukeshire says:

    Well, after looking at these stats it’s not hard to understand why the ‘Hawks are 1 point dogs at home…

  3. Waldo (I mean bobbyK), where are you? Did you break your typing finger? C’mon man, you’re one of the guys that make this blog work.

  4. Dalton starting in Clink? If tarvaris plays, this is a W for SEA.

    Wow, I just said 7 gives us the best chance to win. Kill me now.

  5. The Seahawks will win this game easily if Jackson is fully healthy. The Bengals are frauds.

  6. Heard Tyler Polumbus was released today.

  7. SandpointHawk says:

    Pabs…source? I’m not finding it….

  8. Adam Schein is a dumbass.

  9. SandpointHawk says:

    Thanks Duke….puzzled by that move

    Audible …we agree fully on Schein…

  10. SandpointHawk says:

    Eric has it confirmed and posted now…

  11. Audible – I’m here but I don’t have anything good to say so I’m trying to hide in the weeds. I’m waiting for the off-season when we can get a real QB in FA, trade, or the draft, who will give me some hope in the future. Our current trio of clowns has demoralized me to dreading watching the games on Sundays.

  12. “Our current trio of clowns has demoralized me to dreading watching the games on Sundays.”

    Of course you’re entitled to your opinion – but I think that’s a little too harsh on TJ. Once the line came together just a little bit – we played a very competitive game against Atlanta, and beat a decent NYG team in NY. I agree with Pabuwal, if Jackson is good to go, I think we beat Cincy this weekend too.

  13. Of course we’re good-to-go to beat Cincy this weekend if Jackson is ready. That’s not the point and I never insinuated that it was. My goal isn’t to hope to beat the Bengals (the Bengals!) at home… my hope is to win a Super Bowl one day. There’s a huge difference and I have no faith in this happening until, in large part, we get a QB I believe in. Look what you did, Audible, you got me all riled up again (even though this wasn’t in response to you)! My goal is to hide and keep these frustrations to myself until I can have hope for the future and be a positive blogger, for the most part, instead of a Debbie Downer, Doubter, or whatever. Yes, the season sucks this bad for me. I’ve never hated a Seahawks season more. I get to watch no QB being developed for the future since he’s not on our roster and I get to watch a human turnstile try to live up to his draft status (at least there’s still hope for him though). To top it all off, one of my favorite players (Thurmond) is out for the year and Bo Pelini is a douche. Football isn’t fun the way it should be right now!

  14. I hear you – but as long as we’re playing even halfway decent, and are competitive, then I enjoy watching the games. Games like the Pitt game, and this past weekend’s game, were just miserable experiences.

    This season started off so poorly – that I’m happy to have a tiny bit of optimism, even if it is on TJack’s shoulders.

  15. True. That’s why I need to keep my writing to a minimum b/c I shouldn’t try to drag others down to my misery.

  16. Oh, BobbyK, you can’t drag us down! Some of us are die-hard optimists and believe that the Seahawks will win a Super Bowl in 2013, even with TJ at quarterback. Stranger things have happened in the NFL.

  17. It’s true that Super Bowls have been won in spite of some people on rosters.

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