This Week in NFL:The Seahawks have a bye week this week, so they’ll have a lot of time to prepare for the Vikings and Packers.
It’s a great time to look at their stats.
If they can beat Minnesota and beat Green Bay, they’ll be on the cusp of a division title.
If the Seahawks lose to the Packers, they’re not far behind.
Here’s a look at how the Seahawks have performed so far this season:With that being said, I’d like to start with the good.
The Seahawks are the best team in the NFL when they are in the red zone.
That’s been true for most of the season, as we know.
Last year, Seattle was in the top-five when it came to red zone conversion rate, with a conversion rate of 65.4 percent.
That was second to the Saints, with 68.7 percent.
This year, the Seahawks are sixth in the league with a 56.5 percent conversion rate.
Last season, they had the best red zone offense in the history of the league.
The Rams and Raiders ranked last, but this year, they’ve been tied with the Seahawks in the first half of the year.
That should make for some good games on the scoreboard.
This is where the bad begins.
Seattle is allowing the second-fewest fantasy points to opposing offenses in the second half of games, behind only the Vikings, and it’s not a surprise considering they have only one win over a team in that range since the merger.
The Vikings defense has been atrocious in the last three games, allowing the third-most points in the fourth quarter.
The Saints have allowed just five touchdown passes all season.
It would be a huge upset for the Seahawks to lose on the road against the Packers this week.
Seattle’s offensive line is the worst in the entire league, with two of its best players missing time.
Seattle has allowed seven sacks and seven quarterback hits.
The defensive line has been terrible in two of their three losses, with just two sacks allowed and one quarterback hit allowed.
Seattle’s offense has had a decent season on the ground.
They’re averaging 8.3 yards per carry and are averaging just over 17 yards per kick return, which is fourth in the NFC.
The team has scored the fewest points per game on the year, averaging just 3.4 per game.
The defense has allowed the most points per attempt in the game, averaging 1.2 per attempt.
The offense has averaged 3.9 points per carry.
That means Seattle has been able to keep up with the Rams on the offensive side of the ball.
The run defense has struggled, but it hasn’t been a big issue for the team.
The Seattle defense has forced the fewesteest yards in the team’s history.
The running back who is the most reliable scorer in the passing game has averaged a career-high 4.5 yards per attempt and has scored eight touchdowns.
The kicker who is averaging 2.9 yards per field goal attempt is also averaging 2,890 yards.
That makes Seattle the fourth-highest scoring offense in league history, and the only team in league play with more than 500 points in a season.
The Seahawks are not a good rushing team.
They have rushed for just four touchdowns this year.
Seattle leads the league in rushing yards per game at 4.6 yards per rush.
Their rushing attempts per game is 4.7 per game, which leads the NFC West.
The most rushing yards in a game is 9.7 yards.
The rushing yards allowed per game in the season is 2.6.
The defense is still struggling.
Seattle ranks 27th in defensive DVOA, but they’re still allowing just 17.3 points per drive, which ranks 30th.
The secondary is still allowing a league-worst 7.6 points per pass attempt.
Seattle only has one player who has been targeted more than four times per game and he’s not Seattle’s most dangerous receiver.
The pass rush has been one of the few bright spots for Seattle this season.
Seattle is currently allowing an average of 2.8 yards per play, but that’s still better than the next-lowest league-leading average of 1.6 and the league-low average of 3.0.
Seattle also leads the NFL with the highest pass rush efficiency rating.
This means the team has been forced to play faster and more effectively.
The best defense on the planet, Seattle, has allowed just 2.3 rushing touchdowns per game this season, which was second-low.
Seattle was also the only defense to allow fewer rushing touchdowns than yards.
Seattle was a top-10 rushing team last season.
They were No. 3 in the country in rushing points per rush and No. 8 in yards per rushing attempt.
They averaged 5.3 per carry, which ranked first in the nation.
That rushing unit had the fewst rushing yards, yards