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Seattle Seahawks at a glance 01.10.15

Seattle Seahawks

Coach: Pete Carroll

Key Stats

8 Defending Super Bowl champs that missed the playoffs or failed to win a postseason game the following season since New England won a wild-card game in 2005.

11 Consecutive games with at least 100 yards rushing for Seattle, the second-longest streak in franchise history. Seattle’s 2,762 rushing yards are the most in team history.

38 Years since a team won its final six regular-season games while allowing fewer than 40 points (39). The 1976 Steelers were the last team to do so before Seattle this season.

Starting Lineup

Offense

WR 89 Doug Baldwin
LT 76 Russell Okung
LG 77 James Carpenter
C 60 Max Unger
RG 64 J.R. Sweezy
RT 68 Justin Britt
TE 82 Luke Willson
WR 15 Jermaine Kearse
QB 3 Russell Wilson
FB 46 Will Tukuafu
RB 24 Marshawn Lynch

Defense

LDE 72 Michael Bennett
LDT 99 Tony McDaniel
RDT 94 Kevin Williams
RDE 56 Cliff Avril
SLB 51 Bruce Irvin
MLB 54 Bobby Wagner
WLB 50 K.J. Wright
LCB 25 Richard Sherman
RCB 41 Byron Maxwell
SS 31 Kam Chancellor
FS 29 Earl Thomas

Special Teams

K 4 Steven Hauschka
P 9 Jon Ryan
H 9 Jon Ryan
PR 19 Bryan Walters
KOR 10 Paul Richardson
LS 49 Clint Gresham

Injuries

OUT: S Jeron Johnson (elbow). QUESTIONABLE: TE Anthony Moeaki (calf). PROBABLE: DE Michael Bennett (not injury related), DE Demarcus Dobbs (ankle), TE Cooper Helfet (ribs), WR Jermaine Kearse (hamstring), RB Marshawn Lynch (back), CB Byron Maxwell (illness), CB Tharold Simon (shoulder), C Max Unger (ankle).

Schedule/Results

Opponent Result/Time
September
4 Green Bay W 36-16
14 At San Diego L 30-21
21 Denver W 26-20
28 Bye
October
6 At Washington W 27-17
12 Dallas L 30-23
19 At St. Louis L 28-26
26 At Carolina W 13-9
November
2 Oakland W 30-24
9 N.Y. Giants W 38-17
16 At Kansas City L 24-20
23 Arizona W 19-3
27 At San Francisco W 19-3
December
7 At Philadelphia W 24-14
14 San Francisco W 17-7
21 At Arizona W 35-6
28 St. Louis W 20-6
January
4 Bye
10 Carolina 8:15 p.m., FOX
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