Pro Football Focus' grades are in following the Seattle Seahawks Week 2 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Here are the players who stood out in the 28-26 victory and others who didn't grade out as favorably.
Top 4 on offense
TE Will Dissly – 92.2
Dissly caught all five of his targets for 50 yards and two touchdowns.
QB Russell Wilson – 83.9
Wilson was stellar, completing 83% of his passes and throwing for 300 yards and three touchdowns.
WR Malik Turner – 79.1
Turner caught all three of his targets for 54 yards. Unfortunately, with David Moore potentially returning in Week 3, Turner's opportunities may be limited.
WR DK Metcalf – 67.8
Metcalf caught what ended up being the game-winning touchdown, a 28-yard score in the four quarter. He caught 3-of-7 targets for 61 yards and his first-career touchdown.
Bottom 4 on offense
G Ethan Pocic – 32.3
G D.J. Fluker – 32.7
Fluker struggled before leaving the game with an ankle injury. He was responsible for two of the sacks against Wilson. Fluker returned in the second half and finished the game.
WR Jaron Brown – 47.4
Jaron Brown wasn't targeted for the second straight week, and he was also called for a pair of penalties.
T George Fant – 55.6
Fant played 16 snaps against the Steelers.
Top 4 on defense
CB Tre Flowers – 71.9
Flowers rebounded nicely after a subpar performance in Week 1. He had two tackles and earned a 71 coverage grade.
S Lano Hill – 67.3
Hill made a fantastic first impression in 2019. He recorded three tackles, and intercepted Mason Rudolph on a two-point conversion attempt that would have tied the game at 21.
CB Jamar Taylor – 64.6
Like Hill, Taylor also showed well in Pittsburgh. The veteran looks to have the nickel job locked up.
DT Al Woods – 63.6
Woods had four tackles as he continues to anchor the middle of the Seahawks defensive line while Jarran Reed serves his six-game suspension.
Bottom 4 on defense
DT Brian Mone – 50.2
Mone was kept off the stat sheet in 23 snaps.
S Bradley McDougald – 54.2
McDougald had three tackles and an interception in the second half but had just a 42.8 tackling grade.
LB Bobby Wagner – 56.2
This one is surprising as Wagner had just a 36.7 grade in run defense. Wagner had seven tackles against the Steelers – a low number by his standards.
DE Brandon Jackson – 56.5
Jackson accounted for Seattle's lone sack and only two quarterback hits.