NFL Carolina
   (11-5)
Seattle
   (13-3)
NFL Playoffs:   
GAME LEADERS
QBsRBsWRs
Jake Delhomme
Yds: 196
TDs: 1
Rat: 34.9
Jamal Robertson
Yds: 19
TDs: 0
Avg: 4.8
Drew Carter
Rec: 2
Yds: 88
TDs: 1
Matt Hasselbeck
Yds: 219
TDs: 2
Rat: 118.0
Shaun Alexander
Yds: 132
TDs: 2
Avg: 3.9
Darrell Jackson
Rec: 6
Yds: 75
TDs: 1
INJURY REPORT
No significant injuries
TEAM AVERAGES & NFL RANKS
TEAM OFFENSETMPER GAME AVERAGE
Total YardsCAR
 
 309.4
SEA
 
 369.7
Yards PassingCAR
 
 204.4
SEA
 
 216.1
Yards RushingCAR
 
 104.9
SEA
 
 153.6
TEAM DFFENSETMPER GAME AVERAGE
Yards AllowedCAR
 
 282.6
SEA
 
 316.8
Pass Yds AllowedCAR
 
 191.1
SEA
 
 222.4
Rush Yds AllowedCAR
 
 91.6
SEA
 
 94.4
GAMEDAY MATCHUP
  W  L  T PF PADIVCON
CAR115024.4164-2-08-4-0
SEA133028.3176-0-010-2-0
H2H MATCHUPS (SINCE 2001)
Seattle leads 2-0
Oct 31, 2004@SEA 23, CAR 17
















Shaun Alexander
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