Most Likely Completely Wrong Seahawks Statistical Predictions Versus Lions

SEATTLE, WA - JANUARY 10: Kam Chancellor #31 of the Seattle Seahawks celebrates after scoring a 90 yard touchdown off of an interception in the fourth quarter thrown by Cam Newton #1 of the Carolina Panthers iduring the 2015 NFC Divisional Playoff game at CenturyLink Field on January 10, 2015 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

This is a very raw prediction of how some basic statistics will look for the Seattle Seahawks versus the Detroit Lions in Saturday’s playoff game. Seattle will score 30 points, according to our prediction.

Two rules: 1) Do not even think of betting based on these predictions. 2) The reason to not bet is because they will be wrong, most likely.

Here they are:

Russell Wilson 26/34-323-2-0

Alex Collins 6-23-0-12
Thomas Rawls 10-37-1-14
Marcel Reece 2-5-0-2
Russell Wilson 6-32-0-18

Receiving REC-YDS-TD-LG
Jimmy Graham 6-73-1-27
Doug Baldwin 9-88-1-33
Jermaine Kearse 4-41-0-16
Paul Richardson 3-57-0-38
Luke Willson 3-33-0-19

Kicking FG-LG-XP-PTS
Steven Hauschka 3/3-41-3/3-12

Punting NO-AVG-I20-LG
Jon Ryan 4-42.7-2-58

Punt Returns NO-AVG-TD-LG
Devin Hester 2-8-0-12

Defense Tackles/Assists-Sacks-Interceptions-Forced Fumbles
Bobby Wagner 9/4-1.0-0-0
K.J. Wright 7/2-0.0-0-0
Kam Chancellor 6/1-0.0-0-0
Frank Clark 2/0-2.0-0-0
Michael Bennett 4/0-1.0-0-0
Richard Sherman 4/0-0.0-1-0

Go Hawks!

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