Report Card: Grading the Seahawks win over the Titans

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The Seahawks have jumped back on track with their 20-13 win on Sunday afternoon against the Tennessee Titans.

The Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs are the only remaining undefeated teams so it can be said the Seahawks have the third best record in the NFL.

Today we’re going to examine and grade the Seahawks performance on all sides of the ball against the Titans.

Offense:

How fun was it to watch Russell Wilson finally get some opportunities to sit in the pocket and make some throws downfield? Wilson failed to reach 300 yards through the air but in this game he really didn’t need to. The run game was strong with Marshawn Lynch and Wilson again had some amazing awareness in scrambling for a first down when there wasn’t an opening to throw.

No specific Seahawks receiver shined although Sidney Rice did continue the streak of amazing tip-toe catches along the sideline.

With the balanced attack the Seahawks showed against the Titans I’m going to have to give an overall grade of a B. Lynch had two TD’s and the only thing that would have graded the Hawks higher would have been a passing score for Wilson.

Grade: B

Passing CP/AT YDS TD INT
Russell Wilson 23/31 257 0 0
Rushing ATT YDS TD LG
Marshawn Lynch 21 77 2 13
Russell Wilson 10 61 0 23
Robert Turbin 1 13 0 13
Chris Maragos 1 0 0 0
Receiving REC YDS TD LG
Marshawn Lynch 4 78 0 55
Doug Baldwin 4 48 0 28
Sidney Rice 2 35 0 24
Golden Tate 5 33 0 12
Robert Turbin 2 23 0 19
Jermaine Kearse 3 17 0 11
Luke Willson 2 17 0 14
Derrick Coleman 1 6 0 6
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