WR Doug Baldwin - Seattle Seahawks
|5-10, 189||Born: 9-21-1988||College: Stanford||Drafted: ---|
With Bryan Walters going on Injured Reserve, first Richard Sherman and then Doug Baldwin have handled punts for Seattle.
Week 17: vs St. Louis Rams
Detailed matchup analysis coming soon.
Recent Stats and Projections
Recent Game Summaries
2014 Week 14 vs PHI (7 / 5 / 97 / 1 rec)
The veteran was the biggest recipient of improvised looks and big play targets for the Seahawks. The receiver had gains of 24, 20, and 20 yards on improvised plays as well as a touchdown reception in the second half. Baldwin also made a smart play to draw a defensive pass interference foul in the late third quarter that resulted in a 44-yard spot foul. Baldwin's quickness was difficulty for safeties to handle and he was able to release from the line of scrimmage and win up the seam consistently.
2014 Week 15 vs SF (6 / 3 / 53 / 0 rec)
Baldwin had a relatively quiet game, as he took a bit of a back seat to Jermaine Kearse in this game. He started the game with a short gain on a swing pass, and worked hard to gain a few yards before going out of bounds. Baldwin showed a great rapport with Russell Wilson, with first a good short catch in tight coverage for a first down. Then, a 31 yard catch in the final minute of the first half, a great play as Wilson scrambled and threw, which Baldwin just plucked out of the air. He had another potentially big catch just barely knocked away on the very next play. Baldwin had a very quiet second half.
2014 Week 16 vs ARI (11 / 7 / 113 / 0 rec)
Baldwin's consistency was rewarded this game, with a few big plays to add to his usual good-but-not-great numbers. He started with the usual assortment of short catches, and then did a great job getting open underneath on a medium slant/post pattern, which stretched the field suddenly for the Seahawks. Baldwin was handed a gimme when his CB fell down early in a play, which resulted in Wilson finding him wide open with room to run, for a 49 yard gain. He went over 100 yards with a catch on a rollout play in which he was the shallow receiving option. The ball was still spread out to other receivers, but Baldwin was clearly the top option, and even more so once Jermaine Kearse went out with an injury.
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