In the NFC West Standings, you will notice that Seattle Seahawks have registered an impressive performance that has helped them maintain the second position with 192 points after the Arizona. In relation to the team’s statistics, they are ranked 4th in relation to the rushing yards (with 136.8 points). When it comes to passing yards, they moved to 27th position with 215.2. With regard to points for, the Seattle have recorded 22.1 and are placed at tie at position 20 whereas for the points against, they are ranked 7th with 19.9 points.
Let’s take a quick analysis of players who came out strong for the Seattle Seahawks while playing with the 49ers. Actually, Thomas Rawls incredible performance against the 49ers made the Seattle to acquire some very critical points that facilitated their win.
With a finishing record of 161 yards, Rawls also made a try on the ground, an impressive point earned through the air together with an additional 46 yards. In total, Rawls made 209 yards making the Seattle to move back to a PCT of 0.500 Indeed; Rawls dominated the game through the absence of Marshawn Lynch who was suffering from an injury. With this being one of the big game s(actually the third one) that Rawls has played this season, his performance against the 49ers was a notch higher than the previous encounters.
According to Seattle’s history, Rawls amazing performance of 209 yards in a single game(in 2015) place him second best after 2011’s Shaun Alexander performance of 266 yards. Actually, the latter had also recorded a 201 yards in a game beck in 2006.Furthermore, you will discover another great player of Seattle who had in the past made an incredible record is Curt Warner (1983) who made 207 yards in a game.
In other Seattle news, Marshawn Lynch is expected to meet a specialist on Monday in Philadelphia; this is scheduled after the player suffered an injury in the abdomen that made him miss the game against 49ers.
Generally, due to Seattle’s improved performance to 5-5, this implies that they are much ready to compete for the coveted title.