The Seahawks improved to 3-1 on Sunday with a 27-10 road victory over the Arizona Cardinals, Seattle's best four-game start to a season since 2016. It's also the first time the Seahawks have won their first two road games of a season since 2013. In addition to the final score, here are 10 numbers that help tell the story of Sunday's win:
Career tackles for K.J. Wright, who moved past Chad Brown into fifth place on the team's all-time tackles list. Fellow linebacker Bobby Wagner is currently second on that list with 959.
"It's really special," Wagner said of having his longtime teammate join him in that Top 5. "When I came in here he was one of the guys that I looked to to help me learn this game, help me learn how to be a pro. It's cool because we are very close to the same age, so in essence we got to grow together. It's been a blessing just to see the growth that he's had. He's like a brother to me, and if we can get that one-two spot that would be pretty cool."
Touchdowns scored by tight end Will Dissly in eight career games, including four this season. That's the most touchdowns by a tight end in his first eight games in NFL history and most since Pittsburgh's Heath Miller had six in 2005.
Russell Wilson's completion percentage through four games, the best mark in the NFL among qualifying passers. Wilson's 118.7 passer rating also ranks second in the NFL behind Kansas City's Patrick Mahomes.
Receiving yards on three catches for Jaron Brown, who had his best game of the season while facing his former team.
Sunday's interception return for a touchdown was the first interception of Jadeveon Clowney's career. The defensive end, who was acquired in a trade with Houston prior to the start of the season, does have two other touchdowns, scoring on a 22-yard fumble return last seasonand recovering a fumble in the end zone in 2017.
Receiving yards for running back Chris Carson, a new career high. Carson also had 104 rushing yards, his seventh career 100-yard game.
The length of Arizona receiver Larry Fitzgerald's longest gain on Sunday. That's noteworthy considering that the future Hall of Famer had an NFL-best four catches of 40 or more yards coming into the game.
"I think the whole back end played great," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. "Nothing went up top. We kept them underneath us the whole day."
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The playing time percentages for linebackers K.J. Wright and Mychal Kendricks, respectively. With Bobby Wagner playing every defensive snap, as usual, those numbers demonstrate just how much the Seahawks stuck with their base defense, even against a team that likes to spread the ball out and throw it.
"We put in the work, we understand what (the Cardinals) were going to do," Wagner said. "A lot of the time when teams come out and see our base they want to throw the ball, but we really do a good job in the passing game. They got a couple screens out on us, but I felt all-in-all it was really good, and it just shows the talent we have at linebacker. It's not common for linebackers to be on the field that much, and we just keep proving people wrong. They were trying to replace the linebackers a couple years ago. I'm happy that didn't work out."
The length of C.J. Prosise's fourth quarter touchdown run, a play that was not only meaningful because it helped put the game out of reach, but also because it was the running back's first touchdown since he scored on a 72-yard run against Philadelphia as a rookie in 2016.
Turnovers committed by Seattle, which had lost four fumbles in its first three games. The Seahawks also had zero penalties in the first half in what was a much cleaner game for the team a week after self-inflicted wounds played a big role in a loss to the Saints.