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Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Dec. 29, 2013 at 8:30 pm with 19 Comments »
December 29, 2013 9:22 pm

The Seahawks will host their NFC Divisional round playoff game Jan. 11 at 1:35 p.m. They will play the lowest remaining seed in the playoffs.

Here’s the full playoff schedule:

AFC WILD-CARD ROUND

SATURDAY, JAN. 4, AND SUNDAY, JAN. 5

No. 5 Kansas City Chiefs at No. 4 Indianapolis Colts, Saturday Jan. 4 at 1:35 p.m. on NBC

No. 6 San Diego Chargers at No. 3 Cincinnati Bengals, Sunday Jan. 5 at 10:05 a.m. on CBS

NFC WILD-CARD ROUND

SATURDAY, JAN. 4, AND SUNDAY, JAN. 5

No. 5 San Francisco 49ers at No. 4 Green Bay Packers, Sunday at 1:40 p.m. on FOX

No. 6 New Orleans Saints at No. 3 Philadelphia Eagles, Saturday at 5:10 p.m. on NBC.

AFC DIVISIONAL ROUND

SATURDAY, JAN. 11, AND SUNDAY, JAN. 12

TBA at No. 1 Denver Broncos, Sunday Jan. 12 at 1:40 p.m. on CBS

TBA at No. 2 New England Patriots, Saturday Jan. 11 at 5:15 p.m. on CBS

NFC DIVISIONAL ROUND

SATURDAY, JAN. 11, AND SUNDAY, JAN. 12

TBA at No. 1 Seattle Seahawks, Saturday Jan. 11 at 1:35 p.m. on FOX

TBD at No. 2 Carolina Panthers, Sunday Jan. 12 at 10:05 a.m. on FOX

AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

SUNDAY, JAN. 19, time TBA

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

SUNDAY, JAN. 19, time TBA

SUPER BOWL XLVIII

SUNDAY, FEB. 2, 3:30 p.m., MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J.

 

Injury updates after Sunday:

> Luke Willson has a high ankle sprain. Nothing is broken.

> Brandon Mebane strained his groin. Pete Carroll said Mebane should heal during the bye week.

> Jeremy Lane dinged up his shoulder. He’s fine.

> Richard Sherman hurt his hip on the end-zone collision. He declined to talk postgame.

SEAHAWKS DEFENSE
The Seahawks set a club record for fewest rushing yards allowed in the first half of a game holding the Rams to minus-2 total rushing yards.  The previous record was 4 yards vs. Cincinnati on 9/23/07.

The Seahawks also tied a club record for fewest rushing yards allowed in a game holding the Rams to 13 rushing yards.

Fewest  Rushing Yards Allowed, Game

13
St. Louis    12/29/13
Green Bay    12/9/90

15
Minnesota    11/10/96

17
San Diego    11/22/87
St. Louis    12/22/02

> The Seahawks defense led the NFL in…

Pts Allowed/Game    14.4
Yards Allowed/Game    273.6
Pass Yards Allowed/Game    172.0
Interceptions        28
Turnover Margin    +20

GOLDEN TATE
Tate set career highs in receptions and yards vs. the Rams with eight receptions and 129 yards. His previous highs were seven catches at Detroit (10/28/12) and 106 yards at Atlanta (11/10/13).

MARSHAWN LYNCH
Lynch set a career high in 2013 with 14 total TDs.  He had 13 total TDs in 2011.

Steven  Hauschka
Seahawks Single Season Points Scored
168    Shaun Alexander    2005
143    Steven Hauschka    2013
134    Todd Peterson        1999

Seahawks Most Field Goals Attempted, Season
40    Todd Peterson        1999
35    Steven Hauschka    2013
35    Norm Johnson        1986

Seahawks Most Field Goals Made, Season
34    Todd Peterson        1999
33    Steven Hauschka    2013

Seahawks Highest Career Field Goal % (Minimum 25 attempts)
89.13    Steven Hauschka (82/92)    2011-13
87.95    Olindo Mare (73/83)        2008-10
81.81    Todd Peterson (126/154)     1995-99

Seahawks Highest Field Goal %, Season (Minimum 1/game)
94.29    Steven Hauschka (33/35)    2013
92.31    Olindo Mare (24/26)        2009
92.00    Josh Brown (23/25)        2004

RUSSELL WILSON
Highest Pass Rating, Career (Minimum 500 Attempts)
100.6    Russell Wilson, 2012-13
83.1    Seneca Wallace, 2003-09
82.3    Dave Krieg, 1980-91
82.2    Matt Hasselbeck, 2001-10

Highest Pass Rating, Season (Minimum 160 Attempts)
101.2    Russell Wilson, 2013
100.0    Russell Wilson, 2012
98.2    Matt Hasselbeck, 2005

Highest Completion %, Career (500 att.)
63.63    Russell Wilson, 2012-13 (800-509)
60.21    Matt Hasselbeck, 2001-10 (4,250-2,559)
59.89    Seneca Wallace, 2003-09 (556-333)

Most Consecutive Seasons, 3,000 or More Yards Passing
4    Matt Hasselbeck, 2002-05
3    Jim Zorn, 1978-80
2    Dave Krieg, 1984-85 & 1989-90
Matt Hasselbeck, 2009-10
Russell Wilson, 2012-13

Highest Average Gain, Career (300 Attempts)
8.09    Russell Wilson, 2012- (777-6,303)
7.31    Dave Krieg, 1980-91 (3,576-26,132)
7.19    Trent Dilfer, 2001-04 (356-2,560)

Most Touchdown Passes, Season
32    Dave Krieg, 1984
28    Matt Hasselbeck, 2007
27    Dave Krieg, 1985
26    Russell Wilson, 2013
26    Russell Wilson, 2012

Highest %, TD Passes, Career (500 Attempts)
6.50    Russell Wilson, 2012-13 (800-52)
5.45    Dave Krieg, 1980-91 (3,576-195)
4.58    Warren Moon, 1997-98 (786-36)

Lowest %, Passes Had Intercepted, Career (300 att.)
2.38    Russell Wilson, 2012-13 (19-800)
2.52    Seneca Wallace, 2003-09 (556-14)
2.88    John Friesz, 1995-98 (416-12)

Seahawks – Most TD passes in Consecutive Seasons
59    Dave Krieg    1984-85
52    Russell Wilson    2012-13
50    Dave Krieg    1983-84

JON RYAN
With 28 punts downed inside the 20 in 2013, Jon Ryan set a Seahawks career record.
Most Punts Inside the 20, Career
169    Jon Ryan, 2008-13
147    Rick Tuten, 1991-97
133    Jeff Feagles, 1998-02

GOLDEN TATE
Most Punt Return Yards Gained, Season
658    Nate Burleson, 2007
585    Golden Tate, 2013
464    Leon Washington, 2011

Highest Punt Return Avg., Career (Minimum 50 Returns)
12.67    Charlie Rogers, 1999-2001 (73-925)
11.57    Golden Tate, 2010-13 (66-789)
11.39    Paul Johns, 1981-84 (74-843)

TEAM RECORDS
ATTENDANCE

Largest Single-Season Regular-Season Home Attendance
545,577        2013
545,551        2007
543,965        2008
Largest Single-Game Regular-Season
–CenturyLink Field
68,387    vs. New Orleans 12/2/13
68,338    vs. San Francisco 9/15/13
68,331    vs. San Francisco 11/12/07

Most Games Won, Season
13  2005
, 2013
12    1984
11    2012

Most Consecutive Games Won, Start of Season
4    2013
3    1986, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2006
2    1984, 1985, 1988, 1994

Most Consecutive Home Games Won
14    2012-13
12    2004-06
10    2002-04

Most Points, Season
452    2005
418    1984
417    2013
412    2012

Most Points Overcome to Win Game
21    Tampa Bay 11/3/13
  (Trailed 21-0, Won 27-24 in OT)
20    at Denver 12/10/95  (Trailed 0-20, Won 31-27)
18    vs. Pittsburgh 11/8/81 
(Trailed 3-21, Won 24-21)
at Oakland 12/14/97 
  (Trailed 3-21, Won 22-21)

DEFENSE

Fewest Points Allowed, Season
147    1982 (9 games)
231    2013^
245    2012^
261    1991

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Fewest Touchdowns Allowed, Season
18    1982 (9 games)
22    2013
24    2005
25    1991, 2012

Fewest First Downs Allowed, Rushing, Season
78    2005, 2007
80    2009, 2012
83    2013
86    1982 (9 games), 1990

Fewest Yards Allowed, Season
2,794    1982 (9 games)
4,378    2013
4,583    1992
4,609    1990

Fewest Yards Allowed, Rushing, Season
1,461    1982 (9 games)
1,510    2005
1,605    1990
1,626    2013

Fewest Touchdowns Allowed, Rushing, Season
4    1991
4    2013
5    2005
7    1990

INTERCEPTIONS

Seasons Leading League in Most Interceptions
1984, 1999, 2013

Most Passes Intercepted By, Season
38    1984
30    1999
28    2013

Seasons Leading League in Most Takeaways
1984, 2013

Leave a comment Comments → 19
  1. Looks like I won the pick em’s, yeahyer.

  2. raymaines says:

    Seahawks 2014 Opponents

    Home:

    Dallas Cowboys
    New York Giants
    Denver Broncos
    Oakland Raiders
    Green Bay Packers
    Arizona Cardinals
    San Francisco 49ers
    St. Louis Rams

    Away:

    Philadelphia Eagles
    Washington Redskins
    Kansas City Chiefs
    San Diego Chargers
    Carolina Panthers
    Arizona Cardinals
    San Francisco 49ers
    St. Louis Rams

  3. Did Sherman decline to comment because he was busy, wanted to celebrate, or seemed worried about his hip? When we hear “hip” around these parts, I think all of us worry more than we would have just months ago.

    Glad to hear that it wasn’t a hip for Mebane like originally stated on t.v. (for the exact reasons stated above). Hopefully, the week off does him good. We can’t lose that guy.

    Glad to see Okung make it through the game healthy. Hurting that same toe had me worried. Now he’s got an extra week, like everyone else, to get rid of the minor and nagging stuff.

  4. Screensmoke says:

    Worst fan blog in seattle history:
    2013-TNT- Thank god it’s over-Todd was solid!great job

  5. CHawkFanIn9erLand says:

    Nice article, thanks Todd. I’ve enjoyed your work. Much appreciated.

    Also, thanks to the passionate fans that have made this blog an experience. Happy New Year.

  6. thursday says:

    Sherman’s had the hip listed as a reason for limited and dnp for some weeks now. Hope it’s not serious

  7. MoSeahawk12 says:

    Thanks for the great work and impressive list of team facts Todd. Way to hang in there with a split personality group on this blog that nobody has to follow, read or post if they don’t want to.

  8. sherminator says:

    “TBA at No. 1 Seattle Seahawks, Saturday Jan. 11 at 1:35 p.m. ET on FOX”

    1:35 ET – is that right? A 10:35am at home?

  9. Todd Dybas says:

    Hey, Sherminator.

    It’s 1:35 p.m., Pacific. Sorry. Thought I cleared all those out.

    – Todd

  10. Good job TruBlu!

  11. I’m very happy the game is on 1/11; I have a commitment on 1/12 7 don’t want to miss it!

    Re next year’s schedule: looks like only 2 10 am starts!! (or is Carolina a 10 am game also?). That’s actually a pretty great schedule for having the best record in football!

  12. baseballforever says:

    More bulletin board material. The Seahawks have the best record in the NFL. what do you think of the fact that we do not get a primetime game in the playoffs?

  13. WilliamPercival says:

    Most Passes Intercepted By, Season
    38 1984
    30 1999
    28 2013

    It’s truly amazing to me that we were so dominant at int’s this year and led the league, yet the 84′ team accomplished the same feat… PLUS 10!

  14. freedom_X says:

    It’s probably a shock to many Seahawk followers that Seneca Wallace is so high on the several of the career records for Seattle.

    I was surprised to see the 2005 team so high on the rushing defense charts. I had forgotten that. I suppose that was because the 2005 offense often had opposing teams deep in a hole and forced them to throw instead of run.

  15. freedom_X says:

    The 2013 team has the best defense (especially because offenses are more potent today than in 1984) but the 1984 pass rush was a whole level better than the current unit (2 ends with double-digit sacks and a nose tackle that also neared double-digits in that category too.)

    The 1984 secondary was not quite as good as the current one, but still within the same area code (including an unquestioned defensive MVP who dominated both pass and run.)So the two factors combined equaled lots of interceptions.

    It was older and more veteran which helped with the interception numbers (anticipating and jumping routes), but not as good at flat out shutting down receivers.

  16. The 1984 defense was better. Unfortunately, they hadnt won as players, and to hear members of that D tell about the season, their downfall was in being insecure and not knowing how good they really were. They were intimidated by the more veteran, successful teams they played against, and when they got on a skid, they fell apart, only to pull it back together before ultimately being outgunned in the Championship Game.

    Chuck Knox used to fire himself up with Scotch and come downstairs and get all fiery and wound up trying his damndest to get the players to believe how good they were, and how good they could be. He wasnt totally successful.

    Those 38 interceptions are an amazing stat, as are the sacks.

    The 2005 defense had Tubbs at DT and was actually very good vs the run. Plus, we ran the Tampa 2 with its known holes–a bend but dont break passing D–so teams could move the ball on us through the air, at least until the red zone. Then they had to settle for field goals.

  17. I think this D is finally hitting their stride. They actually suffered due to having too many good players, and finding the right schemes and rotations for these guys took a long time. But I think they’ve finally found a way to rotate most guys in, and maximize the group. The only guys getting the shaft are Schofield and Jason Hill. But they just got outcompeted.

    I expect we’ll see the D-line continue to dominate. McDonald is now a beast, and Mebane hasnt played this well since the Pats game last year. McDaniel is playing lights out as well, and Bennett is unblockable much of the time. If KJ can come back, this D is ridiculous, and may eventually put the 1984 D to shame.

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