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Post by Eric Williams on Dec. 7, 2011 at 1:29 pm with 4 Comments »
December 7, 2011 1:29 pm
2011 Stats Seahawks Rams
Record 5-7 2-10
Total Yards Gained 3,582 3,408
Total Offense (NFLRank) 298.5 (28) 284.0 (30)
Rush Offense 104.1 (22) 98.6 (27)
Pass Offense 194.4 (25) 185.4 (28)
Points Per Game 18.0 (26) 11.7 (32)
Total Yards Allowed 4,076 4,394
Total Defense 339.7 (14) 366.2 (23)
Rush Defense 103.5 (11) 157.8 (32)
Pass Defense 236.2 (20) 208.4 (8)
Points Allowed/Game 20.5 (12) 24.7 (25)
Possession Avg. 27:31 28:00
Sacked/Yds. Lost 39/275 43/294
Sacks Made/Yds. Lost 22/150 33/223
Interceptions By 16 10
Penalties/Yds. 110/844 87/689
Punts/Avg. 74/47.7 81/44.3
Turnover Differential +4 (T9) -5(T25)

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  1. REM1331 says:

    When was the last time the Seahawks were in the + for turnovers?

  2. JazBadAzz says:

    Those penalty yards freakin suck skunk nuts big time! Wonder how manygames we have lost because of it, I can remember atleast the browns game!

  3. jibo1 – this is for you from earlier…

    The following is what I emailed the league office with respect to the Cole/Okung situation.

    If anyone else wants their voices to be heard, here is the contact information to send an e-mail to the league:

    This is what I wrote:

    Can someone please explain to me why a player only gets a $7,500 fine (Trent Cole) for ending someone’s season (Russell Okung) AFTER the whistle and other players get the same fine for an end zone celebration?

    I love the NFL but this is one of the dumbest things I have ever seen or heard of. Who is to stop other players and teams from cheap shots if there isn’t going to be any penalty of significance? What Ndamukong Suh did was wrong, but did he end anyone’s season?

    The common sense approach would have been to squash any type of action like this before it sets a trend if the NFL actually cared about preventing injuries.

    I guess common sense alludes the league? But, hey, why should anyone really care about the health of players as long as you keep telling enough lies (that you care about player safety) that people will believe it even though there are some actions to the contrary.

    This simply doesn’t seem fair or right. Can someone please explain this to me?

  4. these are the kind of games seattle loses.

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