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2013 Seattle Seahawks: By the numbers

Seahawks’ team and individual stats

There is a lot more to the NFL than just numbers, but there isn’t much more to this piece.

In the wise words of Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman, “Numbers don’t lie.”

Team

  • 13-3 – Tied the 2005 team for the best record in franchise history
  • 417 -Third most points scored in franchise history
  • 231 – Least amount of points given up in a full season (Led the NFL for the 1st time in team history)
  • +186 – The best point differential in franchise history
  • Second time in franchise history that the team was ranked No. 1 in the NFL in turn over differential
  • Defense ranked 1st in the NFL in yards given up for the first time in franchise history

Players

Russell Wilson

  • 8.2 – Highest yards-per-attempt for a complete season in franchise history
  • 101.2 – Highest quarterback rating for a complete season in franchise history (Career high)
  • 257 – Career high in completions
  • 407 – Career high in attempts
  • 3,357 – Career high in yards
  • 26 – Ties career high in touchdowns
  • 9 – Career low in interceptions
  • 44 – Most times sacked in a season
  • 99 – Career high in rushing attempts
  • 539 – Career high in rushing yards
  • 5.6 – Career high in yards per rushing attempt
  • 10 – Career high in fumbles *5 lost also a career high

Marshawn Lynch

  • 12 – Tied for the most rushing touchdowns in the NFL while also tying a career high
  • 36 – Career high receptions
  • 316 – Career high in receiving yards
  • 2 – Career high receiving touchdowns
  • 14 – Career high in total touchdowns

Golden Tate

  • 64 – Career high receptions
  • 98 – Career high targets
  • 898 – Career high in receiving yards
  • 80 – Career long reception
  • 41 – Career high in first downs
  • 51 – Career high in punt returns
  • 585 – Career high in punt return yardage
  • 71 – Career long punt return

Doug Baldwin

Listen up. Numbers don't lie.

Listen up. Numbers don’t lie.

  • 15.6 – Career high in yards per reception
  • 5 – Career high in receiving touchdowns

Sidney Rice

  • 15 – Tied a career low in receptions
  • 11 – Career low in receiving first downs

Jermaine Kearse

  • 22 – Career high in receptions
  • 38 – Career high in targets
  • 346 – Career high in receiving yards
  • 15.7 – Career high in yards per reception
  • 43 – Career long reception
  • 4 – Career high in touchdowns
  • 16 – Career high in first downs

Zach Miller 

  • 5 – Ties career high in touchdowns

Red Bryant

  • 1.5 – Career high sacks

Tony McDaniel

  • 52 – Career high tackles

Bruce Irvin

  • 40 – Career high tackles
  • 1 – First career interception
  • 2 – Career high in passes defended

Bobby Wagner

  • 5 – Career high sacks
  • 1 – First career fumble recovery
  • 6 – Career high in passes defended

Malcolm Smith

  • 54 – Career high tackles
  • 4 – Career high passes defended
  • 2 – Career high interceptions
  • 1 – First career touchdown

Richard Sherman

  • 8 – Led the NFL with 8 interceptions (Ties career high)
  • 1 – Tied career high in touchdowns

Brandon Browner

  • 19 – Career low tackles
  • 1 – Career low interceptions

Walter Thurmond

  • 1 – First career sack
  • 1 – First career fumble recovery
  • 1 – First career interception
  • 1 – First career touchdown

Byron Maxwell

  • 28 – Career high tackles
  • 13 – Career high passes defended
  • 4 – Career high interceptions

Earl Thomas

  • 105 – Career high tackles
  • 2 – Career high in forced fumbles
  • 5 – Tied career high interceptions

Steven Hauschka

  • 143 – Most points by a kicker in franchise history (Career high)
  • 94.3% – Highest accuracy by a kicker with at least three attempts in franchise history (Career high)
  • 94.3% – Second highest accuracy in the NFL for the 2013 season
  • 33 – Career high field goals
  • 35 – Career high attempts

Jon Ryan

  • 30 – Led the NFL in punts fair caught (Career high)

Head Coach

Pete Carroll

  • 13-3 – Best regular season record as an NFL head coach

One of Pete Carroll’s coaching philosophies is to get players to play at their highest level without expecting them to play outside of their capabilities.

This season, as in years past, several Seahawks had the best year of their career in multiple categories.  A few other players tailed off like Sidney Rice who was on pace to have one of the worst seasons of his career even before being placed on injured reserve.

If all goes well they will have three games to add to their post season totals and hopefully become the first team in franchise history to bring home a Lombardi Trophy!

Go Seahawks!

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  • Vincent Keller

    I love numbers. I really love THESE numbers.

    • Brett Bivens

      Me too, they are very exciting.

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