The Seattle Seahawks went on the road and crushed the New York Giants, shutting them out 23-0. Seattle dominated in all three phases of the game and looked every bit like the current Super Bowl favorite.
#Seahawks win 23-0, improve to 12-2 and a franchise best 6-2 on the road. Can clinch division and No. 1 seed with one more win.— John Boyle (@johnpboyle) December 15, 2013
The Seahawks now need just one win, or one San Francisco loss, in the final two weeks of the season to clinch home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. The Seahawks also have both of their remaining games at home, where they haven't lost a game since 2011.
So just who shined for the Seahawks in New York, and who is most responsible for Seattle securing the shutout? It is time to find out with this week's report card.
- A's are reserved for individual players who dominated the opposition.
- B's are for players who played well but didn't dominate.
- C grades are given to players who struggled for most of the game.
- D's are for players who truly struggled and were occasionally dominated by the opposition.
- F grades are rare and reserved only for players who were completely dominated by the other team on almost every play.
- Plus and minus modifiers bridge the gaps inside those definitions.
All stats are taken from NFL.com.