The Seahawks moved to 7-3 on the season as they regained control of the NFC West with a 28-21 win over the Cardinals on Thursday Night Football. Here are some numbers that help tell the story of Seattle's Week 11 win:
Turnovers committed by Russell Wilson, who came into the game on the heels of seven turnovers in back-to-back losses.
Regular season wins in Russell Wilson's career, the most through a player's first nine seasons in NFL history.
Team rushing yards, led by Carlos Hyde with 79.
Rushing attempts on the night, compared to just 28 passes, a shift from the aerial attack the offense has shown for much of the season.
Total tackles by CB D.J. Reed, leading the team. The defense put forth one of their stronger efforts of the season, even without top two CBs Shaquill Griffin and Quinton Dunbar.
Sacks by the Seattle defense, including two by Carlos Dunlap II. The Seattle defense didn't even register a single QB hit on Kyler Murray in the Week 7 loss.
Touchdown passes on the season for Russell Wilson, which leads the league. It's his fourth straight season hitting the mark, joining Brett Favre and Drew Brees as the only quarterbacks to ever achieve that feat.
Rushing yards by Kyler Murray, who had rushed for at least 61 yards and a touchdown in his previous four games.
Penalty yards by the Cardinals, their most in a game since 2015.
Targets, and nine receptions for Tyler Lockett, who paced the Seahawks' passing attack and recorded his most receptions and first touchdown since the Week 7 loss to the Cardinals where he had 15 catches and three scores.
Tyler Lockett became just the second player in NFL history to have at least 20 receptions, 250 yards and 4 touchdowns versus a single opponent in a season in the Super Bowl era. Lockett joined Hall of Famer Jerry Rice, who accomplished the feat twice in his career, victimizing the Falcons in 1990 and the Rams in 1994.
The best photos from Seahawks vs. Cardinals at Lumen Field. Fueled by Nesquik.