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Hawks-Rams stats

Post by Eric Williams on Dec. 28, 2010 at 12:32 pm with 7 Comments »
December 28, 2010 12:32 pm
2010 Stats Seahawks Rams
Record 6-9 7-8
Total Yards Gained 4,432 4,662
Total Offense (NFLRank) 295.5 (28) 310.8 (25)
Rush Offense 85.5 (32) 102.1 (23)
Pass Offense 209.9 (18) 208.7 (19)
Points Per Game 19.6 (23) 18.9 (25)
Total Yards Allowed 5,713 5,055
Total Defense 380.9 (30) 337.0 (18)
Rush Defense 123.7 (22) 111.3 (15)
Pass Defense 257.1 (29) 225.7 (20)
Points Allowed/Game 26.7 (29) 20.8 (14)
Possession Avg. 27:04 31:13
Sacked/Yds. Lost 35/195 31/226
Sacks Made/Yds. Lost 34/228 43/290
Interceptions By 11 14
Penalties/Yds. 94/820 96/831
Punts/Avg. 71/42.4 85/45.6
Turnover Differential -9 (T26) +5(T4)
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  1. Isn’t it crazy to think that a team with the 28th ranked offense and 30th ranked defense has a chance to win its division in the final week of the season?

  2. This is crazy stuff!
    Even if we beat the Rams… and, maybe/probably, get tromped in the playoffs… I’ll still be happy.
    Go Seahawks!

  3. The only “stats” I can think of that count this Sunday:

    Seahawks:
    - Run D and Red-zone D capable of being dominant at home.
    - Special Teams capable of 7 to 14 points.
    - Offensive line and WRs cannot be trusted to show up.

    Rams:
    - Superior QB is a rookie who has yet to prove himself on the road in a big game.

    Bottom line: Anybody’s game. Who wants it more?

  4. Technically, Stevos, the only thing that counts on Sunday is the final score. :)

  5. yakimahawk, to answer your question in another thread, I think the Seahawks have a 30 percent chance of winning with CW starting (he will play better, having taken the first team reps in practice) and a 60 percent chance with a healthy Hass starting.

    If Hass starts and the Seahawks crush the Rams, you can’t tell me that they will have no hope whatsoever of upsetting the Saints in the playoffs. I’d give them a 25 percent shot in that match-up. The Seahawks actually played quite well in New Orleans.

  6. SeahawkFan12 says:

    Canfan, I agree. If Seattle throttles the Rams and hosts a PLAYOFF game at Qwest…look out!

  7. “If Hass starts and the Seahawks crush the Rams”
    “If Seattle throttles the Rams”

    Oh, you guys are really DREAMING Big Time. lol! That’s okay, gotta love hardcore fans! Its true that ANYTHING can happen at Qwest!

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