Seahawks Insider

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  1. Wk 5 PFF Stats
    Offense: TEN 17th, SEA 28th
    Pass Off: TEN 16th, SEA 17th
    Run Off: TEN 28th, SEA 2nd
    Pass Blkg: TEN 23rd, SEA 31st
    Run Blkg: TEN 12th, SEA 28th
    Penalty: TEN 15th, SEA 26th
    Defense: TEN 8th, SEA 2nd
    Run D: TEN 26th, SEA 6th
    Pass Rush: TEN 4th, SEA 2nd
    Pass Cov: TEN 2nd, SEA 3rd
    Penalty: TEN 17th, SEA 22nd
    STs: TEN 15th, SEA 2nd

  2. GeorgiaHawk says:

    klm008- How are the Seahawks 28th in Offense when they are 17th in pass offense and 2nd in run offense?

    Last I looked the Seahawks were 10th in total Offense.

  3. Hawkjitsu says:

    I think it’s for Week 5

  4. RDPoulsbo says:

    Wasn’t Unger supposed to be limited today according to PC? In any case its good news.

  5. GH, the way PFF figures overall offense and defense, they add together figures that each team’s players get for ever play and every game. SEA’s offense’s sum is 5.4 for pass, 5.9 for run, -22.3 for pass blkg, -20.8 for run blkg, and 2.9 for offensive penalties. for a total of -28.9.

    PFF downgrades our offense because of the poor performances they give our OL. It may seem too simple or doesn’t make sense, but it would kinda make sense if either the OL started dramatically improving or the skill position performance degraded (injury).

  6. GeorgiaHawk says:

    OK klm008, so our skill players have overcome our O-lines deficiencies. That makes sense.

  7. HawkfaninMT says:

    I think it means our skill players have VASTLY overcome the offesive lines ineptitude

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