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Seahawks-Rams stats

Post by Eric Williams on Sep. 26, 2012 at 12:30 pm with 8 Comments »
September 26, 2012 12:31 pm
2012 Stats Hawks Rams
2012 Record 2-1 1-2
Total Yards Gained 807 862
Total Offense (NFLRank) 269.0 (29) 287.3 (28)
Rush Offense 141.3 (6) 95.7 (20)
Pass Offense 127.7 (32) 191.7 (27)
Points Per Game 19.0 (T26) 20.0 (T24)
Total Yards Allowed 817 1,076
Total Defense 272.3 (4) 358.7 (19)
Rush Defense 58.7 (2) 120.7 (21)
Pass Defense 213.7 (10) 238.0 (16)
Points Allowed/Game 13.0 (1) 26.0 (22)
Possession Avg. 31:31 29:11
Sacked/Yds. Lost 6/51 12/85
Sacks Made/Yds. Lost 10/48 4/30
Interceptions By 2 5
Penalties/Yds. 32/243 18/165
Punts/Avg. 14/50.6 14/48.8
Turnover Differential +2 (T9) 0(T14)

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  1. Interesting…check out those defensive stats! WOW…quite impressive. With that being said, the Rams offensive line is going to have their hands full with the Seahawk sack machine. They might give up ten in a game…especially if the Hawks have them on the ropes and they got to throw all the time!

  2. RDPoulsbo says:

    St. Louis has a much improved defense. As sad as it sounds, their o-line is much improved over last year.

    The one thing that I’d most worry about is the yellow laundry flying. They’ve got to stop with the penalties, replacement refs or no. There’s still way too many inexcusable flags in false starts and delay of games that just shouldn’t happen period.

  3. GeorgiaHawk says:

    I agree about the penalties! Okung is developing some bad habits that need to be fixed.

  4. JazBadAzz says:

    I hope no one is thinking the rams are a cake walk, their defense is for real. Courtland Fennigan is playing at a high level.

    I like our defensive numbers after playing two “high powered” teams, playing at home definitely help! We need to stay humbled and let the negative coverage of the mnf game propel us to play even tougher and eliminate some of the DUMB penalties we are getting!

  5. RDPoulsbo says:

    No way can you call this a gimme game. They’re still close games in St. Louis. I’d would say the Arizona game should have been won and the GB game not close if it weren’t for all the stupid penalties. This is a run first, short pass 2nd type of offense. Those penalties have killed a lot of drives already.

  6. Stat that most sticks out to me: Averaging almost 11 penalties a game?????? “C’mon, Man!” (replacement refs or not, that is plain silly)

  7. Autenpus says:

    Let Wilson make some plays coach!

  8. Agreed…after Wilson threw a perfect TD pass in the first half of the GB game…he needs to be turned loose even more with some longer plays. It can and will work!

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