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In Retrospect: 2021 Final Performance Graph



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Note: The points allowed in the last game ended up in the poor range, of those, 14 points were due to the offense. The defense actually performed much better than the graph suggests. Still, offensive turnovers that result in easy points, can wreak havoc on the outcome.

The major difference, with 2013, is that in 2013 there were only two games where the points scored were ten or more points below the opponent's average points allowed. The defense back then was good enough to win one of them. While in 2021 there were 6 games ten or more points below the opponent's average points allowed. They lost all of those games.

The points allowed in ten of the games in 2013 were above the good (5 point) line and six at or above fifteen. In 2021 there were only five near ten and none near fifteen or more above average.

You have to score points to win games and it is really nice if you have a good defense to cover poor outings.

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The zero line represents the opponent's season average points scored and allowed. The y-axis is also used to show Seahawk's actual game results for points scored and allowed.

Lines & Points

Green - Points scored (the single green triangle on the left y-axis is the average)

Yellow - Points allowed (the single yellow triangle on left y-axis is the average)

Red - Points scored vs opponent's points allowed season average

Blue - Points allowed vs opponent's points scored season average

Gray - Future Fate based on the season average of points scored and allowed for both teams

The usual disclamer applies. The graph does not take into account any short term circumstances such as;

- Injury/Sickness/COVID

- Home/Away

- 3 or 5 game trends

- Weather

- Any other influence that can influence the outcome