Here's a look at PFF's best- and worst-graded Seahawks from Sunday's game.
Best offensive grades
Chris Carson – 71.1
Carson gained just 66 yards on 21 carries, but PFF gave him a 70.2 grade in the passing game where he added three receptions for nine yards. This grade is somewhat curious in general as Pete Carroll said that Carson bounced his runs outside too much rather than taking the two or three yards that were blocked for him.
George Fant – 69.7
Fant improved tremendously in his second start at left tackle, earning a 79.2 pass block grade. He only allowed two pressures compared to the eight he allowed against the Browns in Week 6.
Russell Wilson – 69.0
Wilson completed 20-of-41 passes for 241 yards one touchdown and one costly interception that resulted in a pick-six. The fact that his grade was still above average indicates that PFF likely didn't think Wilson left much on the field in terms of missing open receivers. That said, on his pick-six, he had DK Metcalf running wide open down the left sideline.
Worst offensive grades
Jamarco Jones – 47.2
Jones 3 pressures and was given just a 34.7 pass block grade. With D.J. Fluker set to return, it will be interesting to see what happens with Jones. He may move to left tackle in order to get Fant back in his normal role. Pete Carroll sounded desperate to have Fant back as the team's extra offensive lineman/tight end.
Luke Willson – 49.8
Willson didn't catch his only target and was given a 50.2 pass blocking grade.
David Moore – 53.2
Moore had just one catch for 14 yards on three targets.
Best defensive grades
Jadeveon Clowney – 82.7
Clowney had four hurries, two stops and one tackle for loss. He continues to play better than his one sack would indicate, but he's had little help on Seattle's defensive line.
Tre Flowers – 80.4
After getting his first career interception the week prior, Flowers had another impressive showing against the Ravens. His big hit against Mark Andrews highlighted his day. Flowers only allowed two receptions for 14 yards according to PFF. He also had five tackles and two stops.
Al Woods – 76.9
Woods was given a 74.7 grade in run defense.
Worst defensive grades
Rasheem Green – 37.7
Seattle's 2018 third-round pick has been largely a non-factor in his second season. He's got 28 total tackles and two sacks as he, like most of the defensive line, struggles with consistency.
Branden Jackson – 46.5
Jackson accounted for Seattle's first sack in three games, but it was due in large part to Lamar Jackson slipping on the wet turf at CenturyLink Field.
K.J. Wright – 49.2
Wright was given a coverage grade of just 47.5. Per PFF, Wright allowed three receptions on six targets for 59 yards, including 24 yards after the catch.
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