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Danny O'Neil covers the Seahawks for The Seattle Times.

September 19, 2012 at 9:36 AM

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By the numbers: Packers at Seahawks

What do the numbers say about Monday's matchup? The Packers have allowed the second-fewest passing yards in the league while Seattle has thrown for the fewest. The fact Green Bay leads the league with 11 sacks isn't exactly encouraging for Seattle, either.

SeahawksSEAHAWKS pac-mark-1b-cl.gifPACKERS
2012NFL rank 2012NFL rank
284.528Total offense322.523

7Rushing yards75.526 (tied)
13632Passing yards24714 (tied)
21.524 (tied)Points22.520 (tied)
2 Turnovers3 
518 (tied)Sacks allowed828 (tied)
1828 (tied)Penalties1420 (tied)
274.56Total defense272.55
462Rush defense14026
228.514Pass defense132.52
13.53Points allowed208
4 Takeaways4  
227 (tied)Sacks111

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