8:30 PM ET, November 6, 2006
CenturyLink Field, Seattle, WA
SEATTLE (AP) -- Mike Holmgren showed a new side of his coaching persona. The passing game guru motivated his defense by dressing down his players and made sure he stuck to a game plan for the Seattle Seahawks that relied heavily on a backup running back.
The Seahawks needed a change from their slumping ways. It helped, of course, that the Raiders were redefining ineptitude on the other side of the ball. Still, it was defensive coordinator John Marshall who provided the perfect pick-me-up -- a blitz package that knocked the Raiders cold on Monday Night Football.
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|Scouts Inc.'s take ...|
The shutout was the Seahawks' first since Dec. 5, 2005, when they beat Philadelphia 42-0 in their most recent appearance on Monday night. ... Wallace's 37-yard scramble in the third quarter was Seattle's longest run of the season. ... The Raiders have lost five straight overall on Mondays, being outscored 116-27.
Team Stat Comparison
Passing 1st downs
Rushing 1st downs
1st downs from penalties
3rd down efficiency
4th down efficiency
|Yards per play||3.2||5.2|
Yards per pass
Yards per rush
|Red Zone (Made-Att)||0-0||0-3|
|Defensive / Special Teams TDs||0||0|
|TD||10:45||Deion Branch, 22 yd pass from Seneca Wallace (Josh Brown kick is good)|
Drive info: 7 plays, 68 yds, 2:56
|FG||5:48||Josh Brown 20 yd Field Goal|
Drive info: 8 plays, 37 yds, 3:02
|FG||11:14||Josh Brown 25 yd Field Goal|
Drive info: 12 plays, 72 yds, 5:12
|FG||1:22||Josh Brown 20 yd Field Goal|
Drive info: 11 plays, 45 yds, 6:18