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Seahawks-49ers stats

Post by Eric Williams on Oct. 16, 2012 at 12:00 pm with 15 Comments »
October 16, 2012 12:01 pm
2012 Stats Hawks 49ers
2012 Record 4-2 4-2
Total Yards Gained 1,804 2,322
Total Offense (NFLRank) 300.7 (29) 387.0 (8)
Rush Offense 131.0 (7) 176.8 (1)
Pass Offense 169.7 (31) 210.2 (26)
Points Per Game 18.3 (T26) 25.3 (11)
Total Yards Allowed 1,768 1,655
Total Defense 294.7 (4) 275.8 (1)
Rush Defense 70.0 (2) 92.7 (9)
Pass Defense 224.7 (13) 183.2 (2)
Points Allowed/Game 15.5 (2) 15.7 (3)
Possession Avg. 31:01 31:40
Sacked/Yds. Lost 12/90 18/115
Sacks Made/Yds. Lost 17/100 9/63
Interceptions By 5 4
Penalties/Yds. 48/398 40/343
Punts/Avg. 25/50.7 21/47.9
Turnover Differential -1 (T19) +2(T10)

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  1. jchawks08 says:

    Well here we go again. #1 Rushing offense vs #2 Rushing defense. Yet another test. We’ve got double the sacks, and 1 more Pick. Interesting. Yep, 23-13 Hawks.

  2. Peter King on Russell Wilson

    “…he finished the way he finishes interviews broadcast live to Seattle fans: “Go Hawks!'”

    How can you not love R Dub?

    All together now…

    GO HAWKS!!!

  3. GeorgiaHawk says:

    The 49ers aren’t running away with the turnover differential like last year. That will be the difference Thursday with regards to who wins, imo.
    I think we will be around +10 in that categorie before seasons end.

  4. Dukeshire says:

    Those 5 ints ought to be closer to 10. They’ve had their hands on the ball quite a bit without holding on.

  5. GeorgiaHawk says:

    I was thinking the same thing Dukeshire. Perhaps, and hopefully they will hang on to them Thursday. I get this feeling that Thomas is right on the edge of having a monster game.

  6. Being a diehard Seahawk fan in Alaska…they really snowed on the Patriots parade this past weekend. An amazing game and Russell Wilson looked awesome. It was nice to see PC open the game up. But playing from behind, he had no other choice.

    Now on to a divisional game…SF can be had…even in SF…it will be a low scoring game with the defense of both sides…What the Hawks really need is a split in the next two games…Two would be awesome…but…one would serve the purpose. Being at least 5-3 is huge half way through this schedule.

    I find the way this schedule is playing out works towards the Hawks advantage…can anyone beat the 12th man and homefield advantage. Considering that the Hawks play all their divisional teams at home the 2nd half of the season…ADVANTAGE SEAHAWKS!

    I personally think the 49ers offense is nothing special. I expect to see Smith on his back numerous times Thurs. It will be interesting to see if the 49ers can run on this stingy Hawk running defense! If they can stop the run…open the flood gates for the Defensive line to become a sack machine!

    Bring on the turnovers! Big game on National TV to showcase what this team and their rookie QB is all about! Go Hawks!

  7. GeorgiaHawk says:

    With the 49ers not getting the turnover differential this year like they did last year, and their specially teams not doing as well as last year, this could be a huge win for us. Especially being one up on them with all the remaining division games at home.

  8. Total stats compiled for all games are interesting, but more important are the stats from the last game played, especially since both teams played playoff-caliber opponents.

    Seahawks offense vs Pats:
    368 yards (298 passing, 70 rushing), 3 TD passing, 0 INT, 2 Fumbles

    Seahawks defense vs Pats:
    482 yards allowed (395 passing, 87 rushing), 2 TD passing, 2 INT

    Niners offense vs NYG
    314 yards (200 passing, 114 rushing) 0 TD, 3 INT

    Niners defense vs NYG
    342 yards allowed (193 passing, 149 rushing), 1 TD passing, 1 TD rushing, 0 INT

    Two things stand out to me. First, the Giants beat the Niners defense with an offensive attack that balanced run and pass. Second, the Giants took away the Niners ability to run first, and then took away Vernon Davis, at which point Alex Smith was out on a limb. We can do that to them again on Thursday.
    Go Seahawks!

  9. HawkfaninMT says:

    When are injury reports listed for Thursday Night games?

  10. I think the differences in the stats for these two teams comes from the fact the Seahawks haven’t had the Bills or the Jets on their schedule yet.

  11. Soggybuc says:

    Let’s hope Wilson and bevell are watching a lot of Ponder film this week.

  12. The sacks made/sacks allowed stat is pretty interesting for this game and these two defenses. I think we’ll see this game come down to 3rd down effeciency and turnovers.

  13. bird_spit says:

    Our D stops the run, and dares Alex to throw it into the other strength of the hawks D. –game Seahawks
    Their D slows down the run, and dares Wilson to throw it. — game seahawks

    Special teams..assuming Ryan doesnt play in the rain –game seahawks

    Stopping Gore is job 1, and let the rest play out.

  14. Hammajamma says:

    One thing the Seattle defense has shown is an ability to get their hands on the ball–echoing Duke’s earlier comment. They are going to have to hang on to those this week because Vernon Davis is the frickin’ truth and he occupies the only soft spot the hawks have shown.

    The SF O-line shuffle may help, but these are professionals, now boys. Nothing will be easy, and Gore will challenge their tackling ability. I think this is the NFL game of the week. Just a heavy weight fight in uniform.

  15. confucious says:

    To go 0-3 in the div. would be bad. Hawks gotta get up for this one. Personally I am under extreme pressure this week having lost the bet last year for this game to my sister. Yes….My sister! A fair weathered SF fan at best. I am doubling the bet this year and will guarantee the win for this blog. SF’s national name is on the line so they will be up for the game. But with their newfound double edge on offense (passing and run games), And ass kicking defense (all facets), the hawks will emerge victorious. That, and when they see they are ranked 9th on nfl networks power rankings below GB and NE the will be pissed. Go Hawks!

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