Fanteractive Game Breakdown for Minnesota @ Seattle by NPrince8

National Football League

Minnesota (V) vs. Seattle (H)

Qwest Field
Seattle


Monday Dec 10,2018 08:15 PM ET

Pre Game Analysis by NPrince8

Pre Game Analysis Report

Personnel Comparison
Which Team has Advantage in
Quarterbacks
Advantage : Seattle  
Wilson has been able to keep his turnovers down and extend plays with his legs 
Running Backs
Advantage : Seattle  
Seattle has a 3 headed monster with Carson, Penny, and Davis 
Receivers
Advantage : Minnesota  
The Vikings have one of the best WR groups in the league led by Diggs and Theilen. 
Protection
Advantage : Seattle  
 
Defensive Line
Advantage : Minnesota  
 
Linebackers
Advantage : Seattle  
 
Secondary
Advantage : Minnesota  
 
Place Kickers
Advantage : Even  
 
Punting
Advantage : Even  
 
Kick Returners
Advantage : Even  
 
The X Factor?
Stefon Diggs. If Diggs can get separation and make big plays after the catch, it will lead to a high scoring game and the Seahwaks will have a tough time in a shootout.
Score Predictions
Minnesota
 
Seattle
7  
1st Quarter
6
0  
2nd Quarter
3
14  
3rd Quarter
10
10  
4th Quarter
0
31  
Final Score
19
Comments
The Vikings pass heavy offense will be too much for Seattle who runs the ball more than any team in the NFL. They won't be able to keep up with Vikings.
Match Up Quality
A-  
 
Match Up Balance
B+  
 
Situational Comparison
When Visiting Team has the ball...
Visiting Team Rush Offense vs Home Team Defense
Advantage : Seattle  
 
Visiting Team Pass Offense vs Home Team Defense
Advantage : Minnesota  
 
Control of Line of Scrimmage
Advantage : Neutral  
 
When home Team has the ball...
Home Team Rush Offense vs Visiting Team Defense
Advantage : Seattle  
 
Home Team Pass Offense vs Visiting Team Defense
Advantage : Minnesota  
 
Control of Line of Scrimmage
Advantage : Minnesota  
 
Other Situations
Forcing Turnovers
Advantage : Minnesota  
 
Special Teams Advantage (Overall)
Advantage : Neutral  
 
Statistical Predictions
Minnesota
 
Seattle
30  
Passing Attempts
26
24  
Passing Completions
19
360  
Passing Yards
230
80  
Pass Completion %
73
17  
Rushing Attempts
28
75  
Rushing Yards
110
435  
Total Yards
340
15  
First Downs
10
2  
Defensive Sacks
5
0  
Offensive Turnovers
2
4  
Offensive Penalties
8
20  
Offensive Penalty Yards
70