The Seahawks have a lot of questions for Sunday night’s matchup with the Packers.
Here are some key ones.ABOUT COOKIES Russell Wilson’s record against the 49ers: 1-0 Wilson leads the NFL with five rushing touchdowns against the Packers this season.
Wilson has rushed for at least one touchdown against the Seahawks in every game this season except Week 1 against Green Bay when he rushed for just one.
Wilson has rushed seven times for 49 yards against the Giants this season, but he has rushed three times for 28 yards in that game.
He also has two rushing touchdowns in the season series with the 49er.
Wilson’s best game was in Week 1 at home against the Bears, rushing for a season-high 145 yards and three touchdowns on 23 carries, with his second TD coming on a 22-yard run on a third-and-2 in the third quarter.
Wilson is one of only three quarterbacks in NFL history with at least 10 rushing touchdowns versus a team that finished the season at .500 or worse.
Wilson and the Seahawks are 0-3 against NFC East teams this season after losing at Washington.
Seattle’s defense is averaging 19.5 points per game through three games, good for fifth-best in the league.
The Seahawks rank fifth in points allowed per game at 17.6, tied for fourth in total defense (216.0), and third in points per play allowed (6.7).
Seattle leads the league in sacks (7.0) and forced fumbles (1.6).
Wilson has four sacks this season and has not thrown an interception since Week 7.
Wilson threw a season high four touchdown passes against the Cowboys on Sunday.
He had seven total touchdowns against them in 2015, including a season best 12-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Lockett on the final play of the game in a 34-27 win.
Wilson is on pace to set career highs in completions, touchdowns, yards and completions.
Wilson completed 18 of 30 passes for 213 yards and four touchdowns against Washington, including the game-winning touchdown in the fourth quarter.
The Packers rank No. 4 in the NFL in sacks and third overall in points scored per game (20.9).
They rank third in total offense (284.4 yards per game) and first in passing touchdowns allowed (24).
The Packers have allowed six sacks in two games this season — the most by a Packers team this season at any point since the team won five straight games from 2012-14.
The 49ers have allowed three sacks in their past four games.
Wilson ranks third in the division with 2,564 passing yards, sixth with 754 rushing yards and tied for eighth with 21 touchdown passes.
Wilson was one of seven quarterbacks with 20-plus passing touchdowns against Green Appleton, including three in a span of two weeks.
Wilson surpassed that total with two touchdowns and two interceptions in Week 7 against the Saints, but was sacked five times in the game.
Wilson did not throw a touchdown pass against the Lions, his only passing touchdown in a season opener against the Eagles.
Wilson had three touchdowns and one interception in the Packers’ season-opening loss to the Rams on Dec. 6.
Wilson hasn’t thrown an INT in a regular-season game this year.
Wilson had five picks in his previous four games, all against the Jaguars.
The Bears rank third-best against the pass in the NFC at 31.4 points per contest.
The Lions rank fourth-best at 27.7 points per, including 25.5 on the road.
The Vikings rank fifth-worst at 21.5.
The Rams are ranked fifth-ranked at 15.8.