Came up with some more bye-week statistical breakdowns to chew on while the Bills are picking up where the Seahawks left off in Chicago last week. These charts categorizes every run and completed pass from each of the Seahawks' first four games.
You'll notice that Seattle doesn't have a single running play of 20-plus yards (QB Matt Hasselbeck's 19-yard scramble against the Bears stands as the team's longest run). I would trace that to a few things: Shaun Alexander being hurt; Steve Hutchinson being in Minnesota; Jerramy Stevens being injured; Ryan Hannam being in Dallas; and Joe Jurevicius being in Cleveland. A year ago, Alexander' had a 36-yard run in the opener. He had a 45-yarder in the third game and a 34-yarder in the fourth game (even though Seattle played against Jacksonville and Washington, teams with rugged defenses).
In any event, here are the charts (note that the "TFL" -- tackled for loss -- category on pass plays shows only those receptions that lost yardage; this category does not include sacks). "NG" stands for no gain. Example: Sixty-six of the Seahawks' 122 rushing plays gained from 1-4 yards.