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First Half Notes: Seahawks at Jaguars

Notes and observations from the Seahawks' Week 14 matchup in Jacksonville.

After two quarters of football, the Seattle Seahawks trail the Jacksonville Jaguars 3-0. Here are quick notes from the first half:

  • Jacksonville's defense limited the Seahawks' offense to just 10 plays for 32 yards in the first quarter. They put up 119 yards of offense themselves while controlling the possession battle 9:02 to 5:58.
  • Jaguars running back Chris Ivory ripped off a 34-yard run on Jacksonville's first offense drive, which was the longest run the Seahawks defense has allowed since Week 3 against Tennessee. Rookie Leonard Fournette has been held to just 17 yards on five carries. 
  • Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has 42 rushing yards.
  • After a slow start on the ground, running back Mike Davis came along strong to end the first half. Davis has 56 yards on only nine attempts, including a 21-yard scamper. 
  • The Seahawks have committed only two penalties in the first half. In their last two games they have committed just 11 total.
  • The Jaguars came into the game leading the NFL with 45.0 sacks and through two quarters Seattle's offensive line has held up relatively well, blanking Jacksonville in the category. 

Fan photos from the Seahawks' Week 14 road game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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