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SEATTLE (5 - 5) at CAROLINA (6 - 4)
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Week 12 Sunday, 11/25/2018 1:00 PM
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SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games5-5+0.25-34-624.613.3351.1(5.8)0.921.612.1348.1(6.2)1.6
Road Games3-3+0.33-22-424.512.0351.5(6.1)
Last 3 Games1-2-1.11-12-125.013.7382.7(5.8)1.028.319.0396.7(7.8)0.0
Grass Games1-3-22-12-224.711.0341.2(6)1.722.511.0345.5(5.7)1.7
SEATTLE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)24.613.320.331:1432-154(4.8)18-2866.2%197(7.1)60-351(5.8)(14.3)
Opponents Defensive Avg.23.911.92030:0226-118(4.5)22-3365.4%239(7.2)59-357(6)(15)
Offense Road Games24.512.019.529:5231-152(4.9)18-2767.1%199(7.4)58-351(6.1)(14.3)
Defense (All Games)21.612.120.328:4523-111(4.9)22-3366.0%237(7.1)56-348(6.2)(16.1)
Opponents Offensive Avg.24.812.820.830:1825-117(4.6)22-3465.3%251(7.3)60-368(6.2)(14.9)
Defense Road Games20.210.220.730:0824-98(4.1)24-3568.1%232(6.6)59-329(5.6)(16.3)
SEATTLE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 11-436.4%0-060.0%2-43(20.4)2-18(7.7)7-61
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.80.51.3 12-538.3%1-050.1%2-37(21.4)17-2(8.7)6-54
Stats Against (Road Games) 11-542.6%0-050.0%1-30(19.8)2-16(8.8)6-54

CAROLINA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games6-4+25-56-426.014.7360.2(6.1)
Home Games5-0+5.24-14-131.622.0362.6(5.9)0.621.89.6337.2(5.9)2.6
Last 3 Games1-2-1.71-22-127.318.7345.3(6.4)1.033.318.3355.7(5.9)0.7
Grass Games6-2+4.85-35-327.116.2347.0(5.9)
CAROLINA - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)26.014.721.430:1426-130(5)23-3368.3%230(6.9)59-360(6.1)(13.9)
Opponents Defensive Avg.24.812.521.230:0725-112(4.5)24-3566.9%255(7.2)61-368(6.1)(14.8)
Offense Home Games31.622.021.632:6034-166(4.9)19-2867.1%197(7)62-363(5.9)(11.5)
Defense (All Games)25.213.321.029:4623-98(4.3)24-3666.6%254(7)59-352(6)(14)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.611.721.630:2424-102(4.2)25-3865.9%266(7.1)62-368(6)(15.6)
Defense Home Games21.89.620.627:0018-79(4.4)24-3961.4%259(6.6)57-337(5.9)(15.5)
CAROLINA - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.
Stats For (Home Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 11-439.5%1-153.8%1-34(24.6)1-12(8.1)5-43
Opponents Avg. Stats For0.90.51.4 13-542.1%1-157.1%2-42(21.8)13-2(7.3)6-56
Stats Against (Home Games) 10-332.7%1-142.9%1-33(33.4)2-15(8.3)8-60
Average power rating of opponents played: SEATTLE 20.6,  CAROLINA 20.1
SEATTLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/30/2018@ ARIZONA20-17W-3.5L40U34-17119-26-160028-9215-27-1711
10/7/2018LA RAMS31-33L7W50.5O32-19013-21-183030-15523-32-3132
10/28/2018@ DETROIT28-14W3W48U42-17614-17-237013-3427-40-2973
11/4/2018LA CHARGERS17-25L0L49U32-15426-39-202122-16013-26-2150
11/11/2018@ LA RAMS31-36L9.5W51O34-27317-26-141123-14928-39-3070
11/15/2018GREEN BAY27-24W-3T49O35-17321-31-205113-4821-30-3110
11/25/2018@ CAROLINA            
12/2/2018SAN FRANCISCO            
12/16/2018@ SAN FRANCISCO            
12/23/2018KANSAS CITY            

CAROLINA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/7/2018NY GIANTS33-31W-6.5L43.5O31-11821-35-232216-5023-37-3823
10/14/2018@ WASHINGTON17-23L-1L44.5U18-8127-40-269328-13221-36-1560
10/21/2018@ PHILADELPHIA21-17W5W45.5U17-12125-39-250024-5830-37-2841
11/4/2018TAMPA BAY42-28W-6W56O32-17919-25-228021-8224-41-2192
11/8/2018@ PITTSBURGH21-52L3.5L51O22-9523-29-147230-13823-27-3190
11/18/2018@ DETROIT19-20L-4L48U16-5625-38-331126-9423-37-2150
12/2/2018@ TAMPA BAY            
12/9/2018@ CLEVELAND            
12/17/2018NEW ORLEANS            
SEATTLE: Seattle has a flimsy O-line, but QB Russell Wilson is one of the greatest on-the-move passers in league history, not to mention his prowess as a runner. WR Doug Baldwin is a true No. 1 and the only proven asset in the receiving group. After three seasons of RB futility (no Seattle RB reached 250 rushing yards last season), the Hawks have high hopes for first-round draft pick RB Rashaad Penny and RB Chris Carson, who missed 12 games in 2017. The Legion of Boom has been largely dismantled as Seattle parted ways with so many key contributors this offseason'coordinator Kris Richard, CB Richard Sherman, S Kam Chancellor and DL Michael Bennett, to name a few. The outstanding LB duo of Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright will continue to the anchor the defense, while emerging stars DE Frank Clark and DT Jarran Reed will have to rise to the occasion.
CAROLINA: Carolina kept QB Cam Newton fresh by running him less often in 2017, then let him loose late in the year. New coordinator Norv Turner has acknowledged that the Panthers are at their best when Newton uses his legs, despite the injury risk. RB C.J. Anderson will try to revive the power run game, while RB Christian McCaffrey is in for a larger role as both a runner and receiver. TE Greg Olsen's return from an injury-mired 2017 offsets a weak WR group. New coordinator Eric Washington, a Carolina assistant since 2011, won't be changing a thing about the Panthers' 4-3 scheme. LBs Luke Kuechly, Thomas Davis and Shaq Thompson are the most athletic and effective linebacking corps in the league, though Davis suspended until Week 6. The secondary is a weakness (partially by design because of their zone scheme), though defensive line helped out by accounting for 40 sacks last season.
Panthers, Seahawks focus on their matchup

There's no time for the Carolina Panthers and the Seattle Seahawks to dwell on missed opportunities with the two teams potentially jockeying for playoff position as wild-card entries.

"It's what's in front of us," Panthers head coach Ron Rivera said. "Control the situation and take care of our business."

The next order of business for the Panthers (6-4) is hosting the Seahawks (5-5) on Sunday.

The Panthers also would be wise not to look back at consecutive road losses to Pittsburgh and Detroit.

The game against the Lions involved unusual malfunctions from some players who had been regular contributors and a late-game decision from Rivera -- going for a two-point conversion that failed rather than a one-point extra-point kick that, if good, would have tied the score.

The bigger picture might be figuring out why the Panthers have sputtered at times on offense when it seems that a variety of the weapons are being put to decent use.

Most of the offensive numbers look good, but those haven't translated into enough points at times.

"When you miss the opportunity to put points on the board, unfortunately you lose the game," Rivera said. "That's what happened."

It would be difficult to point a finger at quarterback Cam Newton, whose passer rating has exceeded 100 in five consecutive games for a franchise record.

The Panthers have continued to allow the playbook to use young receivers DJ Moore and Curtis Samuel, and veteran tight end Greg Olsen seems to have rounded back into form after another injury.

The shortcomings are areas that can be addressed.

"Got to go back and fix them," Rivera said. "We take the good with the bad. You're not going to go out and beat everybody all the time. We've won six games, we've lost four."

The Seahawks lead the NFL in rushing offense with 154.3 points per game. It's a mindset that the Panthers also would like to have.

"I do know they run the ball well," Rivera said. "As a defense, we're going to have to be much better against the run."

The Seahawks' defense has faced tests the past three weeks from three of the NFL's premier quarterbacks -- Philip Rivers, Jared Goff and Aaron Rodgers.

Seattle wasn't quite able to defeat Rivers and Goff, but the team notably held Rodgers and the Packers to three second-half points last week thanks to a dominant pass rush that produced five sacks in the game.

With the impressive defensive turnaround after giving up 21 first-half points, the Seahawks climbed out of an early 11-point hole and eventually came all the way back for a 27-24 win over the Packers.

Now comes Newton, who presents a challenge with his ability to run and throw.

"He's rushed for 350-something yards already, so he's involved with it as much as ever," Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said.

Hampered by an ankle injury in the 21-20 loss to the Lions, Newton only rushed two times for two yards but still nearly led his team back from a two-score deficit, passing for 357 yards and three touchdowns. However, he couldn't connect with receiver Jarius Wright on a two-point conversion attempt in the closing moments.

Newton has completed a career-high 68 percent of his passes, thrown 20 touchdowns and only been picked off six times.

One of his targets is running back Christian McCaffrey, who has rushed for 632 yards and four touchdowns and caught 60 passes for 496 yards and four touchdowns.

"They're bombing the ball down the field, they've got great balance, they're using everybody, they got a lot of receivers to use, the tight ends are good," Carroll said.

Carroll is hoping the Seattle pass rush can neutralize Newton.

"It was everybody working together with great intensity and feeding off one another," Carroll said.

Last Updated: 5/21/2019 8:03:09 PM EST

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