Seattle Seahawks Statistics
All the Seattle Seahawks statistics you need from SB Nation's Field Gulls.
Two Seattle EDGEs were in the top-20 through last Sunday’s games.
The No. 5 overall pick had no restrictions in his first NFL game.
The Seahawks emphasize deep passing on offense, but there’s been a snag.
As in, "best game of their career" day.
The Seahawks offense generally did better when they passed early and often. Big surprise.
12 yards of offense is hard to manage.
The last time Seattle had a player with double-digit sacks was 2018.
Could Tyler Lockett, DK Metcalf, and Jaxon Smith-Njigba all top 1,000 yards?
Others, not so much.
Not a lot of playing time for the Seahawks first-team, obviously. But what else happened?
How well did Geno Smith truly play? What about Riq Woolen? Where did the Seahawks defense struggle the most? All those questions answered through the Football Almanac.
Qwest-Clink-Lumen used to be a proper fortress. But now...
Taking a look at how efficient Tyler Lockett was last year and where he compares to the best in the league.
Seattle’s offense was better than anticipated in 2022, but what can they do to be even better in 2023?
Turnovers hurt. Giving up points off turnovers hurts even more.
The stats prove that Geno’s long ball was lethal.
Granted, this is just a preseason index.
You probably already know what it is.
A reputation built on an all-time draft class or something more?
If so, who should they sign? (Poll Time!)
The deep pass still thrived in Seattle.