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DeMarcus Ware: B
DeMarcus Ware was limited against the Seahawks quick passing game. Although he finished the game with no sacks, Ware did have eight total tackles including one for a loss and one hit on quarterback Russell Wilson.
Ware was double teamed throughout the game and was never able to become his usual disruptive force.
Sean Lee: A-
Usually Sean Lee is the one putting licks on running backs and wide receivers, however Golden Tate was able to put a huge hit on Lee that knocked him off his feet. Despite taking the hit, Lee showed just how tough he is by going back into the game. Lee finished the game leading all defenders with 14 tackles.
Bruce Carter: B-
Carter had a solid game against the run but was up and down in coverage. Carter finished the game with 10 total tackles and one pass defended but he also had a bad unnecessary roughness penalty that gave the Seahawks 15 yards early in the fourth quarter. In Carter’s defense, the penalty was a bad call by the replacement officials.
Anthony Spencer: A
Spencer was the only player to consistently apply pressure on the rookie QB. Spencer finished the game with two sacks, two QB hits and seven total tackles including one tackle for a loss.