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10 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 10 Loss In Green Bay

Ten numbers that help tell the story of Sunday’s 17-0 loss to the Packers.


The Seahawks lost at Lambeau Field for the ninth straight time, postseason included, a streak that dates back to a 2003 loss in Green Bay. Sunday's 17-0 score represented the first shoutout loss for the Seahawks since Week 2 of the 2011 season, and it leaves the Seahawks with a 3-6 record heading into next week's NFC West showdown with the Arizona Cardinals.

Here are 10 numbers of note from Sunday's loss:


Points scored by the Seahawks, the first time they've been shut out since a Week 2 loss at Pittsburgh in 2011.


Yards gained by Seattle's offense, a season low.


Interception made by Jamal Adams, his first as a Seahawk. It was also Aaron Rodgers' first red-zone interception at Lambeau Field in two years.


Tackles by Bobby Wagner this season after he recorded eight on Sunday. Wagner now has recorded more than 100 tackles in all 10 of his NFL seasons.


Tackles made by second-year linebacker Jordyn Brooks, the second highest total of his career, and his fourth game this season with double-digit tackles.


Aaron Rodgers' passer rating on Sunday, his lowest since Green Bay's season-opening loss to New Orleans.


Receiving yards on seven catches for All-Pro receiver Davante Adams, a considerable improvement for Seattle's defense, which allowed 326 receiving yards to Adams in the previous two meetings between the two teams.


Michael Dickson punts, out of six total, downed inside the 20, including two inside the 10.


Receiving yards for Gerald Everett on eight catches, both numbers representing season-highs for the tight end.


Combined receiving yards for DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, by far the lowest output for Seattle's receiving duo this season.

The 12s show up to Lambeau Field to watch the Seattle Seahawks take on the Green Bay Packers in their tenth game of the season on November 14, 2021.

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