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10 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 16 Loss To Arizona

Ten Numbers that told the story of Sunday’s loss to the Arizona Cardinals.


The Seahawks lost a tough one on Sunday, falling 27-13 to the Arizona Cardinals to drop to 11-4 on the season. In addition to that final score, here are 10 numbers that told the story of Sunday's game:


Win needed to clinch the NFC West. For as bad as things went for the Seahawks on Sunday, they still can win the division and possibly earn a first-round bye if they beat the 49ers in Week 17.


Length, in yards, of the Seahawks' opening drive, their longest touchdown drive of the season. Success the Seahawks unfortunately couldn't maintain, as they punted on their next five possessions.

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The Seahawks' third-down conversion rate, a big reason the offense struggled after that opening drive.


Career passing yards for Russell Wilson, who on Sunday moved ahead of Matt Hasselbeck for the franchise lead passing yards.


Receiving yards for Tyler Locket, the first 1,000-yard season of his career. Lockett also has a career-best 76 catches this season.


Career touchdowns scored by fullback Nick Bellore, who caught a touchdown pass from Wilson on Sunday. Bellore caught that touchdown on his only offensive snap of the game.


Tackles for Bobby Wagner, who moved back into the NFL lead with 152 this season. That's the second most tackles Wagner has had in a season, 15 behind his 2016 total. 


Tackles for K.J. Wright, who now has 126 this season, matching his career-best total.


Sacks by Chandler Jones, who also forced a fumble for the game's only turnover. Jones, who is up to an NFL-leading 19.0 sacks this season, is the first player to sack Russell Wilson four times in the same game.


Length of Kenyan Drake's first-quarter touchdown run, the longest play from scrimmage allowed by the Seahawks this year.

Game action photos from the Seattle Seahawks' Week 16 matchup against the Arizona Cardinals.