Numerically Speaking Seahawks versus Patriots

GAME PREVIEW

Seattle looks to extend its NFL-leading home-opener winning streak to 12 games this week as it takes on the New England Patriots. Kickoff is set for 5:20 p.m. (PT).

The Seahawks have won 16 of their last 17 home openers since 2003. Since a 2008 loss, Seattle has won 11-straight home openers by a combined score of 259-94.

Sunday will mark Seattleā€™s first of four prime-time games this season and since 2010, it is 10-4-1 on Sunday nights, holds a 19-3 home record in prime-time and is an NFL-best 29-7-1 under the lights.

The two teams have split the last four regular season meetings, with Seattle winning two in a row, including the last meeting in November 2016.

2020 STAT LEADERS

 SEAHAWKSFALCONS
RushingRussell WilsonCam Newton
 29(3-9.7-0)75(15-5. 0-2)
PassingRussell WilsonMatt Ryan
 322(35-31-4-0-143.1)155(19-15-0-0100.7)
ReceivingTyler LockettJulian  Edelman
 92(8-11-5.0)57(5-11. 4-0)
ScoringChris CarsonCam Newton
(Non kicker)1212
SacksAdams&MayowaDerek Rivers
 1.01.0
IntQuandre DiggsThree tied with
 11
PuntingMichael DicksonJake Bailey
 47.8/45.8 net(2 in 20)39.7/40.7 net (3 in 20)
KickingJason MyersNick Folk
 8(1/1 FG, 5/5/PAT)3(0/1 FG, 3/3 PAT)

HEAD- TO HEAD COMPARISON

2020  REGULAR SEASONSEAHAWKS

PATRIOTS

Record1-01-0
Total Yards  Gained383357
Total Offense ( NFL Rank)383(9)357.0(20)
Rush Offense84.0(26)217.0(1)
Pass Offense299.0(5)140.(32)
Points Per Game38.0(T2)21.0(18)
Total Yards Allowed506269
Total Defense506.0(31)269.0 (5)
Rush Defense72.0(4)87.0(9)
Pass Defense434.0(32)182.0(6)
Point Allowed/ Game25.0(19)11.0(2)
Possession Avg.30:3134.49
Sacked/Yds.Lost3/232/15
Interceptions By13
Penalties/Yds6/463/47
Punts/Avg4/47.83/97.7
Turnover Differential+2(T3)+2(T3)

FINAL PRACTICE REPORT

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