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Monday Round-Up: Three Seahawks Make Pro Football Focus' 'Top 101 Players From The 2019 NFL Season' List

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, wide receiver Tyler Lockett, and defensive end Jadeveon Clowney all make PFF’s list of ‘Top 101 Players From The 2019 NFL Season.’


Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Monday, February 10 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

Top 101: Wilson, Lockett, Clowney

Three, 77, and 80. These are the three rankings that a trio of Seahawks players placed at in Pro Football Focus' newly-released list of ‘Top 101 Players From The 2019 NFL Season.’

Let's start with No. 3, which is Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. How appropriate, right?

"It's difficult to overstate just how impressive Wilson was this season with comparatively little help around him. Including the playoffs, he tallied 46 big-time throws—PFF's highest-graded passes—five more than any other passer. He also had just 10 turnover-worth plays… When kept clean, Wilson had a passer rating of 115.0, and he completed the second-most deep passes in the league," read the description on Pro Football Focus' website.

Jump down the list to No. 77, which is Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett.

"Tyler Lockett has become one of the best and most underrated receivers in football. He doesn't have the stature of the prototypical number on receivers elsewhere in the league, but he has been outperforming his size since his days in college, and he did so once again in 2019. Lockett caught 74.8% of the passes thrown his way this season, including the postseason, and he accounted for 63 first downs over the year. When throwing it Lockett's way Russell Wilson had a passer rating of 125.9, representing his second consecutive year over 125," read the description on Pro Football Focus' website.

Now we can finish it off at No. 80, Seahawks defensive end Jadeveon Clowney.

"For the majority of the season, Jadeveon Clowney was repeating the career year he had a season ago…At his best, Clowney was a game-changing force and had multiple games with an overall PFF grade above 90.0. He notched 58 total pressure over the entire season, had three forced fumbles, and even an interception. Clowney once again showed the kind of potential he has and was particularly effective against the run, which has been his specialty since entering the league," read the description on Pro Football Focus' website.

Pro Football Focus is a popular website in the football community that thoroughly analyzes the National Football League and NCAA Division-I football. The analysis is extremely in-depth as it "covers every player on every play of every game for the most comprehensive analysis of player performance," says

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