362.1 yards per game. That’s how many yards the Seahawks secondary allows to opposing quarterbacks. Read that again, and then read this: Seattle's defense as a whole is allowing 30.4 ppg, and it’s getting worse as the weeks tick by. Seattle has now allowed 400+ yards twice this season and 350+ three different times. Quarterbacks and wide receivers are drooling to get on the field against this Seahawks secondary, outside of Jimmy G's happy feet benching game, of course. The one positive we can find with the defense, however, is turnovers. Seattle defense has done rather well turning teams over, with 14 turnovers created. Had the Seahawks not turned teams over weekly, this defense would be allowing 600+ yards without a doubt. They need to fix this now, or it’s an early playoff exit again in 2020.