Seahawks: Highest and lowest PFF grades for Week 4 win over 49ers

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The Seattle Seahawks pulled off a critical victory on Sunday, beating the San Francisco 49ers on their home field to get back into the win column.

Here are the top and bottom performers from Week 4 according to Pro Football Focus.

Top five grades on offense

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This was a vintage effort from Russell Wilson to earn his 100th career win. His escapability and sheer will saved Seattle from what could have been a disastrous 1-3 start to the regular season.

QB Russell Wilson: 82.5
WR D.K. Metcalf: 73.8
WR Freddie Swain: 72.2
RB Travis Homer: 69.2
RT Cedric Ogbuehi: 68.6

Bottom five grades on offense

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Starter Gerald Everett going on the reserve/COVID-19 list a few days ago hurt the team’s depth at tight end. Will Dissly managed just five yards on two catches and also coughed up a fumble, though he did recover it.

TE Will Dissly: 45.4
TE Colby Parkinson: 47.3
RT Jake Curhan: 52.7
RB Chris Carson: 57.4
WR Penny Hart: 57.8

Top five grades on defense

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Seattle’s defense got superb performances from their safeties. Quandre Diggs pulled down the team’s first interception of the season and made a few other key stops. Ryan Neal and Jamal Adams also did their part.

FS Quandre Diggs: 89.7
SS Ryan Neal: 84.4
CB D.J. Reed: 74.0
DT Al Woods: 71.8
DE Carlos Dunlap: 68.2

Bottom five grades on defense

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It was an inauspicious Seahawks debut for Sidney Jones at left cornerback. He had all kinds of trouble defending Deebo Samuel, and that was before the blown coverage that resulted in a 76-yard score.

CB Sidney Jones: 35.7
LB Jordyn Brooks: 37.3
LB Bobby Wagner: 37.7
DE Alton Robinson: 38.3
DB Ugo Amadi: 43.2

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