Offensive statistical breakdown
Now we have reached the halfway mark and I’m at it again.
125/205 (on pace 250/410) 61% 1628-yards (3256) 13TD (26) 4INT (8) 8 total fumbles (16)
During the second quarter of the season Russell Wilson completed 7 more passes in 13 more attempts than he did during the first quarter. He also threw for 54 more yards and is now on pace to throw for 110 more yards than he did during his rookie campaign. Meanwhile he is on pace to match his touchdown total.
Interceptions are down from a season ago, that is always a good thing, but his fumbles are up, way up. In-fact Russell already has 3 more fumbles than he did all of last season.
146car (292) 601-yards (1202) 4.1-yards/carry 6TD (12) 30FD (60) 2 fumbles (4)
What happened to feed the beast? Marshawn Lynch averaged 3 carries less per game during the second quarter of the season than he did during the first. The answer is simple really, last week Darrell Bevell refused to give him the ball.
Going into the game Lynch was actually carrying the ball slightly more often than he had the through the first four weeks.
Marshawn has also dropped another 30 yards off his 2012 pace and is now set to fall 388 yards short of the career high he set last year.
Lynch has managed to stay on pace to tie his career high of 12 touchdowns this season.
26car – (52) 104-yards (208) 4FD (8) 5rec (10) 7trg (14) 52-yards (104) 1FD (2)
During the last 4 games Turbin has only gotten 11 carries and is on pace to have 28 less carries than his rookie season. Add to that the fact that he’s averaging less per carry and what you get is a sophomore running back who is on pace to rush for less than half the yards he did a season ago.
9car (18) 37-yards (74) 3FD (6)
Christine Michael hasn’t played since the Colts matchup and hasn’t had a carry since the Jaguars game.
6rec (12) 48-yards (96) 1FUM (2) 2FD (4)
1 car 0-yards (signed last week)
3car 10-yards 1FD
Those stats are Spencer Ware‘s rookie totals as he has been placed on season ending IR.
15rec (30) 24TRGT (48) 130-yards (260) 3TD (6) 8FD (16)
Zach Miller only managed 54 yards on 7 receptions during the second quarter of the season. He is now on pace to have his second worst season in both receptions and yardage. Miller was able to find the end zone a couple weeks ago and is still on pace to set a career high in touchdowns.
10rec (20) 15TRGT (30) 144-yards (288) 8FD (16)
3rec (6) 4TRGT (8) 32-yards (64) 1TD (2) 2FD (4)
15rec 35TRGT 231-yards 3TD 11FD 1FUM
Let’s stick a fork in it, Sidney Rice is done.
At-least for the 2013 season as he has been placed on IR with a torn ACL. Personally I would be surprised if he ever plays for the Seahawks again.
32rec (64) 53TRGT (106) 439-yards (878) 3TD (6) 19FD (38)
Golden Tate is just 13 receptions short of tying the career best he set last season. At his current pace he will set a new high before the third quarter of the season is finished.
He also has a chance to reach a career high in receiving yards before the re-match with San Francisco, on December 8, but needs to gain 250 yards in the next four games, an average of 62.5 yards/game.
23rec (46) 30TRGT (60) 372-yards (744) 1TD (2) 16FD (32)
This year Doug Baldwin has proved that last year was just his sophomore slump. He already has 6 more yards than he did in 2012. Baldwin only needs 6 more catches to reach the same amount of receptions that he had his 2nd year.
He has struggled to find the end zone this year however, with his only touchdown coming in week three.
8rec (16) 13TRGT (26) 128-yards (256) 2TD (4) 5FD (10)
Jermaine Kearse has already reach a career high in every receiving category.
Next I will be breaking down the defensive stats.