The Seahawks put up a good fight against one of the league's best teams on Sunday, despite playing without starting quarterback Geno Smith, but ultimately the 49ers used numerous big plays to pull away for a 28-16 victory at Levi's Stadium, a loss that dropped Seattle's record to 6-7 with four games left in the season. In addition to that final score, here are 10 numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday's game.
Consecutive losses for Seattle, the first time that has happened since Pete Carroll and John Schneider took over the team in 2010. Prior to Sunday, the Seahawks were the only team to not have a four-game losing streak in that time period.
Yards gained by the 49ers, the most by a Seahawks opponent this season.
Yards gained per play by the 49ers, also a season high for an opponent.
Explosive plays (16-plus pass, 12-plus run) for the 49ers, including 54 and 44-yard touchdown catches, and gains of 72 and 45 yards that set up touchdowns.
Explosive plays for the Seahawks offense, including touchdowns of 31 and 25 yards.
Yards and two touchdowns for Drew Lock in his first start since joining the Seahawks, a solid effort for Seattle's backup quarterback.
Touchdown receptions for DK Metcalf in the last four games, including a 31-yard score on Seattle's opening drive Sunday.
Seattle's conversion rate on third down, a 2-for-11 day on that crucial down that followed the Seahawks' best third-down performance of the season in Week 14 (9 for 14).
Turnovers forced by safety Julian Love, who had an interception and a forced fumble.
Sacks by Leonard Williams, who had another one on Sunday, since joining the team in a midseason trade. Williams also had a pass defensed, four tackles and four quarterback hits in the game.
Check out some of the best action shots from Week 14 at the 49ers at Levi's Stadium on December 10, 2023. Game action photos are presented by Washington's Lottery.