Seahawks Versus Vikings By The Numbers

The Seahawks play their second of four prime-time games in 2020, this week facing the Minnesota Vikings at CenturyLink Field on Sunday night. With a win on Sunday, Seattle would start the season 5-0 for the first time in franchise history before entering its Week 6 bye.

Since 2010, the Seahawks are 11-4-1 on Sunday nights, hold a 20-3 home record in prime-time and is an NFL-best 30-7-1 under the lights.

The game marks the third-consecutive season the two teams have met in prime-time, meeting the previous two seasons on Monday Night Football. Seattle leads the regular season series, 11-5, and have won five in a row dating back to 2012.

HEAD TO HEAD COMPARISON

2020  REGULAR SEASONSEAHAWKS

VIKINGS

Record4-01-3
Total Yards  Gained1,6651,431
Total Offense ( NFL Rank)416.3(3)357.8 (22)
Rush Offense113.3 (17)150.5 (5)
Pass Offense303.0 (3)207.3 (28)
Points Per Game35.5 (2)26.5(T14)
Total Yards Allowed1,9071,707
Total Defense476 (32)426 (29)
Rush Defense75.8 (3)134.8 (4)
Pass Defense401.0 (32)291.8 (29)
Point Allowed/ Game27.3 (21)31.3 (26)
Possession Avg.30:2026:20
Sacked/Yds.Lost11/7310/54
Interceptions By62
Penalties/Yds20/14418/121
Punts/Avg17/50.913/42.0
Turnover Differential+5(T2)-4(T25)

2020 STAT LEADERS

 SEAHAWKSVIKINGS
RushingChris CarsonDalvin Cook
 237 (53-4.5-2)424 (75-5. 7-6)
PassingRussell WilsonKirk Cousins
 1,285 (137-103-16-2-136.7)883 (100-62-6-6-85.5)
ReceptionTyler LockettAdam Thielen
 26 (298-11. 5-4)20(284-14.2-4)
ScoringChris CarsonDalvin Cook
(Non kicker)3042
SacksJamal AdamsYannick Ngakoue
 2.03.0
IntGriffin & NealSmith & Wilson
 21
PuntingMichael DicksonBritton Colquitt
 50.9/45.5 net (10 In 20)42.0/37.5 net (3 In 20)
KickingJason MyersDan Bailey
 24 (2/2 FG,18/18 PAT)20 (4/6 FG, 8/8 PAT)

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