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Post by Eric Williams on Oct. 30, 2012 at 12:59 pm with 11 Comments »
October 30, 2012 12:59 pm
2012 Stats Hawks Vikings
2012 Record 4-4 5-3
Total Yards Gained 2,424 2,719
Total Offense (NFLRank) 303.0 (30) 339.9 (22)
Rush Offense 131.9 (8) 133.3 (7)
Pass Offense 171.1 (31) 206.6 (27)
Points Per Game 17.5 (27) 23.0 (T16)
Total Yards Allowed 2,496 2,654
Total Defense 312.0 (5) 331.8 (11)
Rush Defense 84.9 (5) 107.6 (16)
Pass Defense 227.1 (13) 224.1 (12)
Points Allowed/Game 16.8 (3) 20.9 (11)
Possession Avg. 29:55 28:43
Sacked/Yds. Lost 14/97 19/90
Sacks Made/Yds. Lost 21/123 23/154
Interceptions By 7 4
Penalties/Yds. 53/428 44/405
Punts/Avg. 32/50.2 37/43.8
Turnover Differential -2 (T18) -4(T24)

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  1. Wow…here we are at the halfway point and we’re upset because we’re at 500. Just take a look at the games and the ways they’ve been won or lost. With the exception of the Cowboys game, every game this year has been won or lost on the last possession. To me that says we have a very talented, but yet very young team. A few plays going our way and we’d have only one loss or maybe even none. A few plays against us and we’d have only one victory. The margin is (and has been) just that close.

    As much as I hate the “We’ll get ‘em next year” mentality I think it may fit very well with this team. The second half of this year could very well see tremndous growth (wins) or it may see continued learning pains (losses), but next year??? Wow…Add another good receiver, continue to upgrade the O-line, maybe anothwer LB and stack the special teams. We could be really, really, good.

  2. Obo on the IR, Kearse to the active roster from the Practice Squad.

  3. HawkfaninMT says:

    Agreed Skavage. I thought we would be 3-5 at this point and have hopes of finishing at 8-8, with a marked improvement at QB. Instead we are 4-4 with marked improvement from Wilson, and I am hoping for 10-6.

    Consider me satisfied with the road we are on.

  4. Oh, forgot to add my prediction for this week. 23 – 20 Hawks win on another drive in the final 4 minutes. Look for us to take the early lead on a FG, extend it to 6 just before half (13 to 7), lose momentum in the 3rd, and comback with a smashmouth run heavy drive to kill clock and take the lead with under a minute to go. Game ends on defensive pick near mid field.

  5. HawkfaninMT says:

    Bummer about Obo. Our WR deoth is quickly disappearing! I would not be surprised to hear about Lockette or Butler coming back soon. Yes TO and Winslow would surprise the buhjeebuhz out os me

  6. hawkfaninoklahoma says:

    at home i will take a break out game from wilson 27/35 3td no int. hawks win

    34/17

  7. HawkfaninMT says:

    That would be a great way to start the 2nd half OK

  8. SandpointHawk says:

    John is on the phone…Book it…

  9. sluggo42 says:

    ACIB –

    I know you like caps for effect, but you forgot one letter that should be in caps, mu brutha…

  10. sluggo42 says:

    Bummer for Obo, he wasn’t having the best of years, but still…

    I personally thought Dion Butler was having a great camp, and I was surprised they let him go. Maybe there is something we didn’t see or something. I DID like Kearse, and am excited to see him get the call up to the big show. I hope he is able to contribute effectively.

  11. mojjonation says:

    Everyone is saying sign Butler. If Butler were all that and a bag of chips, he’d be playing for someone else. If their is any reason they bring him back, it is because of the familiarity of the offense.

    If Winslow still had gas in the tank, he would also be playing for someone else. Either his ego or his knee is getting in the way.

    Other than San Fran, and that was at home, Minnesota hasn’t beaten anyone. AP is running better than anyone expected as evidence by him leading the league in rushing. The Viks’ have given up 36 or more points in two of the last three games. RG3 took care of business in Washington, and Tampa absolutely destroyed Minnesota in Minnesota. So while AP is having a comeback type of year, the wheels may be falling off of Minnesota. If PC would actually play to win the game in the first half, they wouldn’t have to leave it up to the judges (MMA anyone?) on the final drive at the end of a game.

    Seattle could put 30 on Minnesota at home. If the weather runs its course, it is going to be a nasty, wet game. While both teams can run the ball effectively, I think Seattle takes care of business at home over the next two weeks, gets to the bye week at 6-4, then heads down to Miami for what will hopefully be a win. I’m hoping Bradley can come up with something other than Tampa 2 Vanilla or 3 REALLY DEEP and 4 WAY OFF THE LINE for third and long by that point. But this is Seattle, and it is the road.

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