Seahawks: Best and worst PFF grades from preseason Week 1

Pro Football Focus has released the player grades from last night’s preseason game between the Seahawks against the Steelers. The team got some strong performances from its young offensive line. However, Pittsburgh came away with a victory thanks to a clutch touchdown drive led by rookie QB Kenny Pickett, who excelled in his debut against Seattle’s defense.

Here is a look at the team’s top and bottom five individual grades on both offense and defense.

Top-five grades on offense

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G Phil Haynes: 90.6
QB Geno Smith: 84.5
RT Abe Lucas: 82.4
TE Tyler Mabry: 80.5
OT Stone Forsythe: 79.7

Bottom-five grades on offense

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TE Noah Fant: 49.1
OT Greg Eiland: 50.8
TE Colby Parkinson: 53.8
WR Cody Thompson: 54.1
WR Deontez Alexander: 55.9

Top-five grades on defense

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OLB Boye Mafe: 84.9
CB Ugo Amadi: 79.3
CB Jameson Houston: 76.2
DT Myles Adams: 75.9
DB Marquise Blair: 74.1

Bottom-five grades on defense

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DT Jarrod Hewitt: 26.6
OLB Alton Robinson: 33.3
CB Tariq Woolen: 35.6
LB Joel Iyiegbuniwe: 36.7
OLB Darrell Taylor: 41.2

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