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The players the Seattle Seahawks lost off their defense
04-12-2018 03:55 AM
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The players the Seattle Seahawks lost off their defense
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over the past year became synonymous with being considered among the best at their position and creating an elite unit that was tough to have success against.And yet Los Angeles Chargers Hoodie , the current batch of Seahawks sit near the midseason point with a defense that statistically is back among the elite of the NFL."I'm not surprised at all. We knew coming into the season we had a great group of guys and we knew the outside was sleeping on the leadership we had in the building and the people that we had in the building. ... We knew that people didn't see that. They wouldn't see that," Seattle linebacker Bobby Wagner said."If you listened to us talk, we were very confident in what we were going to get accomplished and what we were going to be doing. What we are seeing is good, but I think there is a level where we can get better."Heading into Week 9, the Seahawks have the No. 5 total defense (327.3 yards per game), No. 4 in pass defense (219.0) and No. 4 in points allowed per game (18.7). Those numbers include six games playing without starting linebacker K.J. Wright because of knee surgery and three games without Earl Thomas after he suffered a broken leg in the Week 4 win over Arizona.Wagner was around before the overhaul started. So was defensive end Frank Clark and defensive tackle Jarran Reed. But the rest of Seattle's defense has been largely re-tooled over the past two seasons. And instead of Seattle taking a major step back, it has returned to being among the NFL's best in less than half a season."The first few games, even up until now, we were still trying to learn how to play with one another, learn how to have fun with one another," Wagner said. "Now, you're seeing the product of that last game and I think it's still room to get better."Seattle is coming off one of its better defensive performance of the season when it limited Detroit to 34 yards rushing in a 28-14 win over the Lions last week. Matthew Stafford still had a big day throwing the ball, but the Seahawks ability to make Detroit one-dimensional on offense was critical considering the Lions ability to run the ball in recent weeks.It was the fourth time Seattle held an opponent under 100 yards rushing and the Seahawks forced three turnovers bringing their season total to 16.The Seahawks were hopeful this kind of defense would develop but knew it could take some time with new players such as Tre Flowers, Shamar Stephen and Barkevious Mingo joining the lineup, and Tedric Thompson, Bradley McDougald and Shaquill Griffin stepping into more prominent roles."There is so much football that they don't know you can't be upset by what they're doing. Because they're working really hard, they've had success, they've had failure," Seattle defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. said. "They've learned from their successes and failures so it's really fun to watch the development of the young players."The competition Seattle has faced should be noted and will get significantly tougher in the coming weeks, beginning with Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Chargers. Three of Seattle's wins have come against teams ranked in the bottom half of the league in total offense.That changes this weekend. Led by Philip Rivers, the Chargers have the sixth-best offense in the NFL averaging 402.7 yards per game Youth Customized Los Angeles Chargers Jerseys , and nearly 28 points. That's followed by a matchup with the Los Angeles Rams and their second-ranked total offense; then back home to face Green Bay and Aaron Rodgers on a short week after that; and finally a trip to face Cam Newton and Carolina to close out November.If there's a concern that Seattle's defense has yet to be truly tested, the examination will happen over the next four games."We all treating them the same and that's the best quarterback we've played against," Griffin said. "That's the type of mentality we have to bring to that, no matter what quarterback we're facing. We're going to bring the same mentality and play our best ball. You name some great guys and I'm looking forward to playing against all of them."NOTES: Coach Pete Carroll said the release of veteran WR Brandon Marshall on Tuesday was mostly because of roster construction and the fact Seattle is passing the ball less. Marshall had only two snaps in the win over Detroit and Carroll said the roster spot was needed for additional special teams help. The Seahawks promoted WR Malik Turner from the practice squad on Wednesday to take Marshall's spot. ... Carroll said the team was hoping for a shorter suspension for LB Mychal Kendricks, who was suspended eight games, but looked forward to getting him back late in the season.LaDainian Tomlinson: Chargers GOAT and King of Records Continuing with our theme of “records” this week, we can’t go without talking about LaDainian Tomlinson. LT is one of the best, if not THE best Charger ever. And his stats back that up completely. Tomlinson retired after the 2011 season and he still owns 58 NFL records (18 of which he is tied with at least 1 other player for 1st). There are probably more for things that aren’t officially tracked feats (like the fact that he is still the only player in NFL history to have 100 receptions and 1000+ rushing yards in the same season), but to still own 58 League records 7 years after your retirement is amazing. So what are these records? Here’s the whole list:Most single season touchdowns (31 in 2006; previously 28 in 2005 by Shaun Alexander)Most single season rushing touchdowns (28 in 2006; previously 27 in 2003 by Priest Holmes, 2005 by Shaun Alexander.)Most points scored in a single season (186 in 2006, previously 176 in 1960 by Paul Hornung.)Most points scored in a single calendar month (78 in Nov 2006, previously 77 in Oct 1961 by Paul Hornung.)Most touchdowns scored in a five-game stretch (15 in 2006)Most touchdowns scored in a six-game stretch (19 in 2006)Most touchdowns scored in first 10 games of season (22 in 2006)Most touchdowns scored in first 12 games of season (26 in 2006)Most touchdowns scored in a single calendar month (13 in Nov 2006, previously 12 in Oct 1958 by Jim Brown.)Most games with 2+ rushing touchdowns (38).Most games with 3+ rushing touchdowns (12; prev. 10 by Jim Brown)Most games with 200+ yards from scrimmage in a season (5 in 2003)Most games with 18 or more points in a season (6 in 2006)Most games with 16 or more points in a season (6 in 2006; with Paul Hornung in 1960)Most games with 14 or more points in a season (6 in 2006; with Don Hutson in 1942 and Paul Hornung in 1960)Most games with 12 or more points in a season (10 in 2006; with Priest Holmes in 2003)Most games with 10 or more points in a season (10 in 2006; tied with several players)Most games with 2 or more touchdowns in season (10) in 2006 – tied with Priest Holmes, 2003Most games with 3 or more touchdowns in season (6) in 2006Most games with 3 or more rushing touchdowns in a season (5 in 2006)Most games with 4 touchdowns in a season (3) in 2006Most consecutive games with a rushing touchdown (14)Most consecutive games with 2+ rushing touchdowns (8) in 2006Most consecutive games with 3+ rushing touchdowns (3) in 2006Most consecutive games with a touchdown (18) 2004–2005 – tied with Lenny Moore, 1963–1965Most consecutive games with multiple touchdowns (8) in 2006Most consecutive games with 3+ touchdowns (4) in 2006Most consecutive games with 4+ touchdowns: (2) in 2006 – tied with Marshall Faulk in 2000 and Jim Taylor in 1962Most consecutive seasons with 1,200+ or more yards rushing (7 from 2001–2007 with Eric Dickerson)Most consecutive seasons with 1,300+ or more yards rushing (6 from 2002–2007)Most consecutive seasons with 1,500+ yards from scrimmage (8 from 2001–2008)Most consecutive seasons with 5+ rushing touchdowns (10 from 2001–2010, with Marshall Faulk)Most consecutive seasons with 6+ rushing touchdowns (10 from 2001–2010, with Marshall Faulk)Most consecutive seasons with 7+ rushing touchdowns (9 from 2001–2009; with Jim Brown)Most consecutive seasons with 8+ rushing touchdowns (9 from 2001–2009)Most consecutive seasons with 9+ rushing touchdowns (9 from 2001–2009)Most consecutive seasons with 10+ rushing touchdowns (9 from 2001–2009)Most consecutive seasons with 11+ rushing touchdowns (8 from 2002–2009)Most consecutive seasons with 12+ rushing touchdowns (6 from 2002–2007)Most consecutive seasons with 13+ rushing touchdowns (6 from 2002–2007)Most consecutive seasons with 14+ touchdowns (6) 2002–2007Most consecutive seasons with 15+ touchdowns (6) 2002–2007Most consecutive seasons with 16+ touchdowns (5) 2003–2007 – tied with Shaun Alexander 2001–2005Most seasons with 10+ rushing touchdowns (9) 2001–2009Most seasons with 11+ rushing touchdowns (8) 2002–2009 – tied with Emmitt Smith 1990–1996, 1998–1999.Most seasons with 12+ rushing touchdowns (7) 2002–2007 www.chargersfootballauthentics.com , 2009Most seasons with 13+ rushing touchdowns (6) 2002–2007Most seasons with 14+ rushing touchdowns (5) 2002, 2004–2007 – tied with Shaun Alexander, 2001–2005Most seasons with 15+ rushing touchdowns (4) 2004–2007Most seasons with 17+ rushing touchdowns (3) 2004–2006 – tied with Emmitt Smith 1992, 1994–1995Most seasons with 17+ touchdowns (5) 2003–2007Most seasons with 18+ touchdowns (4) 2004–2007Most seasons with 20+ touchdowns (2) 2005–2006 – tied with 4 other playersFastest player to gain 9,000 yards from scrimmage (72 GP) – tied with Edgerrin JamesFastest player to gain 12,000 yards from scrimmage (95 GP) – tied with Edgerrin JamesFastest player to gain 13,000 yards from scrimmage (104 GP)Fastest player to gain 14,000 yards from scrimmage (111 GP)Fastest player to gain 15,000 yards from scrimmage (121 GP)Not surprisingly, LT has a TON of records around touchdowns and scoring. Those of us around for LT’s reign may not have realized at the time just how lucky we were to have him playing for our favorite team. Opposing teams literally couldn’t keep him out of the endzone, and not just during his record breaking MVP season. He had 6 straight seasons of 15+ rushing TDs. To put that in perspective, since he has retired (2012 season until now), only 4 RBs have even scored 15 rushing TDs in a season, and none of them have done it more than once, let alone consecutively. His pace gaining yards from scrimmage is also mind blowing. Just look at those last few lines. It only took him 23 games to gain the 3000 yards from 9k to 12k career yards. Then only 9 more games for the next thousand, then only 7 more games for the next thousand. Just a crazy, crazy pace. With the current state of the NFL, specifically NFL offenses, I think most of these records will stand the test of time. * *Graphic language above* With so many to choose from, what is your favorite LT record?
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