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DALLAS (1 - 1) at SEATTLE (0 - 2)
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Week 3 Sunday, 9/23/2018 4:25 PM
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DALLAS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games1-101-10-214.05.0265.0(5.2)0.514.55.0274.0(4.6)1.0
Road Games0-1-10-10-18.00.0232.0(4.5)
Last 3 Games1-101-10-214.05.0265.0(5.2)0.514.55.0274.0(4.6)1.0
Turf Games1-0+11-00-120.010.0298.0(6)
DALLAS - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)
Opponents Defensive Avg.19.81018.229:0627-135(5)19-2966.1%184(6.4)56-319(5.8)(16.2)
Offense Road Games8.00.017.029:2422-94(4.3)19-2965.5%138(4.8)51-232(4.5)(29)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.176.519.831:5422-104(4.6)26-3869.1%224(5.9)60-328(5.4)(19.3)
Defense Road Games16.010.020.030:3632-147(4.6)17-2665.4%146(5.6)58-293(5.1)(18.3)
DALLAS - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against0.50.20.8011-433.3%0-050.0%1-24(23.7)6-2(4.3)7-69
Stats For (Road Games)
Stats Against (All Games) 14-641.4%1-1100.0%1-28(28)3-38(10.9)6-52
Opponents Avg. Stats For00.80.8 13-539.6%1-160.0%1-24(24.2)22-3(7.4)6-49
Stats Against (Road Games) 12-433.3%0-00.0%0-0(0)4-62(15.5)9-80

SEATTLE - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games0-2-20-11-120.56.5291.0(5.4)2.525.513.5370.5(5.6)2.5
Last 3 Games0-2-20-11-120.56.5291.0(5.4)2.525.513.5370.5(5.6)2.5
SEATTLE - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)20.56.515.025:1419-69(3.6)20-3459.4%222(6.4)53-291(5.4)(14.2)
Opponents Defensive Avg.216.216.828:3021-75(3.6)24-3468.1%256(7.4)55-331(6)(15.8)
Defense (All Games)25.513.522.534:4629-116(3.9)25-3668.5%254(7)66-370(5.6)(14.5)
Opponents Offensive Avg.23.51120.832:3028-135(4.7)23-3664.3%220(6.2)64-355(5.5)(15.1)
SEATTLE - Turnovers, Penalties and Special Teams Statistics
 Turnovers LostThird DownsFourth DownsKickoff ReturnsPunt ReturnsPenalties
Stats For (All Games)
Opponents Avg. Stats Against10.81.8312-431.2%0-00.0%1-27(21.4)12-2(8.2)6-46
Stats Against (All Games) 12-437.5%0-0100.0%1-7(7.5)3-33(11.2)7-57
Opponents Avg. Stats For1.50.21.8 14-642.1%1-050.0%1-8(11)28-2(12.6)6-46
Average power rating of opponents played: DALLAS 17.5,  SEATTLE 17
DALLAS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/9/2018@ CAROLINA8-16L3L42U22-9419-29-138132-14717-26-1461
9/16/2018NY GIANTS20-13W-3W41.5U25-13816-25-160017-3533-44-2201
9/23/2018@ SEATTLE            
10/7/2018@ HOUSTON            
10/21/2018@ WASHINGTON            

SEATTLE - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/9/2018@ DENVER24-27L3T42.5O16-6419-33-242332-14625-39-3243
9/17/2018@ CHICAGO17-24L5L41.5U22-7422-36-202227-8625-34-1852
9/30/2018@ ARIZONA            
10/7/2018LA RAMS            
10/14/2018@ OAKLAND            
DALLAS: With a tremendous offensive line and RB Ezekiel Elliott, Dallas will continue to lean on its productive run game. QB Dak Prescott developed nicely in his second season, but his receivers rarely created separation. With the loss of both WR Dez Bryan and TE Jason Witten, the passing game could be an all-out disaster in 2018. The WR and TE depth charts are a who's-who of third-string talent, which could make for a long season for Prescott. Dallas' defense was great when LB Sean Lee was on the field last year, allowing 16 PPG in games he played (and 29 PPG when he was hurt). The Cowboys hope first-round draft pick LB Leighton Vander Esch thrives as Lee's understudy. DE Demarcus Lawrence tallied 14.5 sacks last year and DT David Irving (seven sacks in eight games) has a chance to be special if he can get his personal life in order after serving a four-game PED suspension.
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.
Seahawks hope to turn things around vs. Cowboys

Still licking their wounds from two disheartening road losses to open the 2018 season, the Seattle Seahawks believe some much-needed home cooking can steer the team in the right direction against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 3.

Following a 24-17 loss to the Chicago Bears on Monday night, Seattle dropped to 0-2 for the first time since 2015. While many have disregarded the Seahawks' playoff chances, coach Pete Carroll said he thinks returning to CenturyLink Field can be a turning point after what has been a dreadful start.

"This is really special to come home. It feels like we haven't been home for a long time and to be playing in front of the 12s and all that is a big deal to us," Carroll told reporters Wednesday. "It's obvious we need to get kick-started and this is the best place in the world to do that, so we're going to try to make the most of this opportunity."

Historically, the Seahawks have been dominant at home, but the team managed to lose four out of their final five games at CenturyLink last season, including a 42-7 obliteration at the hands of the Los Angeles Rams in Week 15 as part of a late-season swoon.

They'll be looking to restore their winning ways in front of a raucous hometown crowd against a talented Cowboys squad that grinded out a 20-13 victory over the New York Giants last week.

Still, the home team hasn't fared well in this series of late. Dallas won in Seattle in 2014, then the Seahawks posted back-to-back victories at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, in 2015 and 2017.

When Dallas rolls into Seattle, the Cowboys will have one of the architects of the Seahawks' Legion of Boom defense on their sideline.

Dallas's new defensive backs coach/passing game coordinator Kris Richard drew the media's attention for his intense approach during OTAs and training camp. Richard was the Seahawks' defensive coordinator for the last three seasons (2015-17) and coached the defensive secondary for five seasons before that.

The Cowboys' defense has started this season with a more aggressive tone, which many in the media and the stands are crediting to Richard's presence. Dallas sacked Eli Manning six times and shut down the Giants for long enough for the Cowboys to control the first three and a half quarters on the way to victory. Dallas also sacked Carolina's Cam Newton three times in the season opener and held the Panthers to 16 points.

All of that, plus the Seahawks' sputtering offense so far this season bodes well for the Cowboys' defense.

Also, Dallas has already seen a dual-threat quarterback this season in Newton, which will help when facing Seattle's Russell Wilson.

Wilson (5 feet 11, 215 pounds), doesn't have the same kind of intimidating physical presence as Newton (6-5, 245), but is still plenty accomplished using his arm and feet to make plays.

"(Wilson) certainly challenges you a lot of different ways," Garrett said. "He is a dual threat. He can beat you with his feet. He can beat you on designed runs, when plays break down, when he gets out of the pocket he extends plays. He can stand in there and throw it too."

Newton passed for 161 yards and ran for 58 in the Panthers' 16-8 victory over the Cowboys in the season opener.

Dallas faces a challenge in Seattle tight end Will Dissly. After setting an NFL-record for rookie tight ends with 105 receiving yards in his debut against Denver, the fourth-round pick out of Washington followed up with another steady performance in Chicago, catching three passes for 45 yards and a touchdown while also contributing a few key blocks against Khalil Mack late in the game.

The Cowboys had some trouble covering Giants tight end Evan Engram last week, surrendering six catches for 73 yards and a score. Dissly isn't the same athlete as Engram, but at 270 pounds, he's a load to bring down in the open field and he's fleet-footed for his size.

Of course, Dallas has been inconsistent on offense through two games as well.

The Cowboys found their rhythm at times against the Giants with Dak Prescott making key plays. They'll try to keep it up against a remodeled Seattle defense.

In the fair-trade category, Ken Norton Jr., a member of two Cowboys Super Bowl champions, is the Seahawks' new defensive coordinator.

"I see a really good defense," Cowboys coach Jason Garrett said. "They've got a lot of new faces, but they still play the same way they've played for a long time."

Last Updated: 6/26/2019 12:58:35 AM EST

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