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Hawks-49ers stats

Post by Eric Williams on Dec. 18, 2012 at 4:38 pm with 23 Comments »
December 18, 2012 4:38 pm
2012 Stats Hawks Niners
2012 Record 9-5 10-3-1
Total Yards Gained 4,906 5,064
Total Offense (NFLRank) 350.1(16) 361.7(11)
Rush Offense 160.7(3) 162.9(2)
Pass Offense 189.4(27) 198.9(26)
Points Per Game 25.0(11) 25.5(8)
Total Yards Allowed 4,255 4,102
Total Defense 303.9(3) 293.0(2)
Rush Defense 106.3 (10) 91.3 (3)
Pass Defense 197.6(3) 201.9(5)
Points Allowed/Game 15.64(2) 15.57(1)
Possession Avg. 31:15 30:52
Sacked/Yds. Lost 26/161 39/236
Sacks Made/Yds. Lost 35/234 35/251
Interceptions By 16 12
Penalties/Yds. 96/765 100/877
Punts/Avg. 59/46.4 60/48.1
Turnover Differential +11(6) +8(9)

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  1. These teams are mirror images of each other.

  2. My thoughts exactly Pabs…..

    It would be interesting to see the same stats over the last 5 games.

  3. It’s crazy to think we’re #3 on defense when it seems like I’m always mad at that side of the ball for some reason (after the first month).

  4. One thing you have to really think about, is how inept the offense was weeks 1-6 or so… maybe even up to week 9ish. So really, in these stats, the team has been playing catchup the entire time. Also, the PPG is probably greatly skewed by scoring 108 points in 2 weeks.

  5. Dukeshire says:

    Fun facts: ESPN has the Niners # 1 in their current “power rankings”. Every time they have been # 1 this year they have lost the next game. Also, if you look at the season as a whole, the Niners have won 2 and then lost or tied the next game. All year. They just won two in a row, so if the pattern holds…

  6. montanamike2 says:

    Sorry to show up late to the party, I let ESPN and cornholer here about what a douche he is. We get on the verge of rowdy at my bar and lately we’ve overrun the place and we keep growing. Crazy to see such huge Hawks fan crowds in Montana.

  7. montanamike2 says:
  8. montanamike2 says:

    My post is stuck in moderation. Hi everybody another great win.
    It was awsome when the draft guru’s recanted and gave us kudos for our draft picks, oh wait…..

  9. Ewalters7354 says:

    You would think how they hype up the Niners that they were number 1 in every category…

  10. All tings considered from a purely statistical standpoint this game could come down to who sacks the other team’s QB the most. :) Let’s hope RW is giving our defense some good Kap running looks this week.

  11. hawkfaninoklahoma says:

    teams are surprisingly even

  12. MoSeahawk12 says:

    only 18 comments on Facebook regarding “little” Tony. Come on guys, let’s make sure he knows what a complete tool he is for suggesting our starting QB breaks his leg. He sucked on Monday Night Football, even worst than Dennis Miller and his show is lacking in every area. This guy doesn’t have a clue and is completely unprofessional and needs to be gone. His book should be called as Lame as I am.

  13. bayareahawkfan says:

    Slightly off-topic, but I didn’t see this posted anywhere:

    http://profootball.scout.com/a.z?s=127&p=9&c=2&cid=1250268&nid=6458848&fhn=1

    Looks like they tried out Visanthe again, before promoting McGrath. I’m happy with decision to stick with young guys with potential, all things being close to even. Shiancoe wanted too much money early in the year, and would appear to be done after getting cut from the Pats.

    Love the way they’ve built/continue to build this team!

  14. @TribsCrackITGuys

    That xfinity link appears to still be broken. Might want to fix this, and especially if you want to get paid.

    This is where you end up in both IE and Chrome: http://www.comcast.com/corporate/learn/overview?SCRedirect=true

  15. surelyyoujest says:

    For those that seek respect for the Hawks, this is the game. It’s games like this that can test our resolve. We have to have the mindset that SF is a worthy competitor, but WE’RE going to be better Sunday. WE’RE going to find a way to win. I’m most curious about seeing how we play through the whole 60 minutes. It’s hopefully going to be a great game.

    Find a way guys. Find a way.

  16. montanamike2 says:

    This is like a pre playoff game. Both Aldon and Justin Smith are banged up, this game is at home and for the first time EVER i fear no opponent, respect them hell yes but now every game seems winnable.
    I hope Kaep freaks out by all the noise he’s never experienced before.
    Here’s to hoping that our D steps up and takes advantage, they might say all the right things but this is a payback game, big time!

  17. GeorgiaHawk says:

    montanamike2 – Send some snow from your way to the game if you can.

  18. montanamike2 says:

    I’ll try.

  19. GeorgiaHawk says:

    Another reason to like Wilson.

    http://www.seahawks.com/news/articles/article-1/Wilson-helps-surprise-Browne-on-his-big-day/2ccd9ebc-60c9-49b8-b925-8c47a67f96de

    And why can’t the Huskies keep the best players in the state from going elsewhere? Seems like almost every year they lose some great instate players.

    Don James wouldn’t let that happen.

  20. bbnate420 says:

    Don James paid better than the U does these days?

    Sark has actually done a pretty good job of recruiting. They’re never going to out-recruit USC. I don’t think they even did in the 90’s for maybe more than a year or 2. Sark should have his guys for next year. They probably should be better than anyone outside of Oregon in the PAC-12.

  21. The Seahawks are the better team, overall, IMO, despite what numbers might say. Don’t have a Pat Willis, or a Navorro Bowman, but they’ve got a young lion who is vying to be just like them. Seattle’s secondary, even in its depleted state is better than S.F.’s. S.F. is all about their front seven, and the sort of havoc that Aldon and Justin Smith create for an offensive line to deal with.

    No team in the NFL is running that Read Option quite the way Seattle is at this point. I watch the way S.F. have been running it, and I got to say that they look nothing like Seattle’s offense in terms of the execution, and I think a lot of it has to do with Wilson and the way he is capable of selling it. Kaepernick is very stiff running the read option, nowhere near as fluid.

    Until I see otherwise, I give Seattle the edge at QB. Personally, I don’t think Kapernick is quite for real, yet. This game will be his biggest test so far in this experiment Harabaugh is playing around with.

  22. Wow, that kid Browne is just way too tall to play QB. He’s never gonna make it. He’ll be lucky to take one snap at SC let alone start. NFL? Ha! Not even worth thinking about. Signed…

    Mel Kiper Jr.

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