The Seahawks completed their final practice before Sunday game with the Baltimore Ravens at Centurylink Field. With the game install completed Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is looking for a tough contest between teams who have a similar mentality.
The Ravens offense will provide the biggest test to a Seahawk defense that has shown glimpses of greatness but is still a work in progress. The return of Jarran Reed should have an immediate impact on the D-Line. Strong and disciplined pressure from D-line is a must if the Seahawks are to stymie Baltimore’s dual threat quarterback Lamar Jackson.
With safeties Lano Hill ( elbow) and Bradley McDougald ( back ) listed on the injury report former Oregon safety Ugo Amadi could see some playing time on the back end of the defense.
The offensive line played well last week without starters Duane Brown and DK Fluker with Jamarco Jones and George Fant filling in. Fluker was able to practice and is likely to start while Brown’s status won’t be know until the start of the game.
HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON
|2018 Regular Season||SEAHAWKS||Ravens|
|Total Yards Gained||2,394||2,704|
|Total Offense ( NFL Ranks)||399.0 (5)||450.7 (1)|
|Rush Offense||130.5(9)||205.0 (1)|
|Pass Offense||268.5 (8)||245.7(14)|
|Points Per Game||27.5(7)||30.7(2)|
|Total Yards Allowed||2,159||2,101|
|Sacked /Yds. Lost||16/93||16/88|