Seattle Seahawks Final Statistics for 2014

Dec 28, 2014; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch (24) runs the ball in for a touchdown during the second half against the St. Louis Rams at CenturyLink Field. Seattle defeated St. Louis 20-6. Mandatory Credit: Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

 

The Seattle Seahawks have finished the 2014 regular season with a record of 12-4. In addition, they’ve now successfully captured the NFC West title and the NFC’s number one seed in back to back years, ensuring the road to the Super Bowl once again goes through the Emerald City.

As the regular season comes to a close and the postseason is set to begin, let’s look back at a few of the Hawk’s accomplishments as a team along with individual accomplishments of a few key players.

GM John Schneider – 15 starters on Sunday were either drafted by Schneider or signed as rookie free agents.

Coach Pete Carroll – With the win against the Rams, Carroll is now 50-30 as a head coach for the Seahawks in regular season games.

 

Offense

Yards per game – 375.8 (9th)

Scoring – 24.6 (10th)

Passing yards per game – 203.1 (27th)

Rushing yards per game – 172.6 (1st)

Explosive plays (20+ yards) – 71 (3rd rushing, 11th passing)

 

Russell Wilson

Passing yards – 3,475 (15th)

Rushing yards 849 (1st)

Passing TD’s – 20 (16th)

Rushing TD’s – 6 (1st)

Completion percentage – 63.1 (12th)

Yards per attempt – 7.7 (5th)

Interceptions – 7 (20th)

 

Marshawn Lynch

Rushing yards – 1,306 (4th)

Rushing TD’s – 13 (T-1st)

Receiving TD’s – 4 (T-4th)

Yards after contact – 827 (2nd)

 

Defense

Yards per game – 267.1 (1st)

Scoring – 15.9 (1st)

Passing yards per game – 185.6 (1st)

Rushing yards per game – 81.5 (3rd)

Sacks – 37 (20th)

Interceptions – 13 (18th)

Forced fumbles – 17 (T-6th)

TD’s – 27 (2nd)

Explosive plays (20+ yards) – 39 (1st passing, T-4th rushing)

Pro Bowl 2015 Selections

Bobby Wagner, Richard Sherman, Kam Chancellor, Earl Thomas, Marshawn Lynch

Alternates: Michael Bennett, Russell Wilson, Max Unger, Russell Okung, Steven Hauschka

 

Key takeaways

The Seahawks lead the league in total rushing offense, rushing yards and touchdowns for a quarterback, rushing touchdowns for a running back, defensive yards per game, scoring defense, passing defense, explosive plays through the air. They also had 5 players voted to the 2015 Pro Bowl with another 5 alternates.

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