Doug Baldwin Route Running

Doug Baldwin’s Route Running | 122 Targets in 2015

Doug Baldwin had a career year gaining 1,069 yards on 78 receptions in the 2015 regular season. Recently, he was awarded a four-year extension worth $46 million extension to continue playing with Russell Wilson. This breakdown takes a look at all of his targets (including the playoffs) and discusses the general trend of his play in the Seahawks’ offense as the slot receiver using All-22 film. Make sure you turn up the volume!

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Target by Location

This table breaks down where the ball was thrown. Note: Deep is 16+ yards, Medium is 6-15 yards, and Short is 5 yards or less. 

Deep LeftDeep MiddleDeep Right
12 5 13
Medium LeftMedium MiddleMedium Right
11 7 18
Short LeftShort MiddleShort Right
21 3 32

 


Pass Breakdown by Down

The following table breaks down Doug Baldwin’s targets by down. 

DownTargetsReceptionsYards
1st4334422
2nd4133386
3rd3723381
4th114

 


Pass Breakdown by Quarter

The following table breaks down Down Baldwin’s targets by quarter. 

QuarterTargetsReceptionsYards
1st1410103
2nd4332327
3rd3425405
4th2922351

 


Pass Breakdown by Route

The next table breaks down his routes by target. Similar routes were combined together based on the distance and type of pass. 

RouteTargetsReceptionsYards
Flat/Quick-Out2118151
Hitch/Comeback1713123
Screen141359
Seam128205
Drag/Drive108185
Out10790
Post/Corner10485
In98127
Slant/Quick-In8769
Go/Deep Fade6384
Wheel300
Spot2115

 

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<p>Sam founded NFL Breakdowns after working his way through the journalist farm system and is enjoying life in the big league. Growing up outside of Washington, D.C., Sam didn’t choose the Redskins, the Redskins chose him. Out of a love for the game and an insatiable curiosity to determine why his beloved team was underperforming, Sam turned to studying film in NFL Breakdowns.</p>