The Seahawks beat the Eagles on Sunday to improve to 9-2, clinching a winning record for the eighth straight season. In addition to the 17-9 final score, here are 11 numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday's win at Lincoln Financial Field:
Road wins in as many games this season, marking the first time in franchise history that the Seahawks have started a year 6-0 on the road. The six wins also matches the 2013 team, which finished the year 6-2 on the road, for the most road wins in a season.
Consecutive winning seasons dating back to 2012, Russell Wilson's rookie season, marking the first time in NFL history that a starting quarterback has helped lead his team to a winning record in each of his first eight seasons.
Takeaways by Seattle's defense, a season high and the most since a 2017 win over the Rams in Los Angeles. It was the fourth time in the last six games the Seahawks have recorded three or more takeaways, and Seattle's defense has forced eight in the past two games.
Sacks by Seattle's defense in the past two games, including three on Sunday, two of which forced fumbles.
Takeaways involving safety Quandre Diggs in his two starts as a Seahawk. Diggs intercepted Jimmy Garoppolo in Seattle's Week 12 win over the 49ers, then teamed up with Shaquill Griffin to force a fumble that he also recovered. Griffin was given credit for the forced fumble, but the cornerback said after the game that Diggs should be credited with it.
Passes defensed by Tre Flowers, a career high. Flowers also intercepted Carson Wentz in the fourth quarter for his second career pick.
K.J. Wright's team-leading tackle total, his third double-digit tackle total in the past four games. Wright needs three more tackles to move past Keith Butler for third place on Seattle's all-time tackles list.
Tackles this season by linebacker Bobby Wagner, his eighth consecutive season with more than 100 tackles, extending his own franchise record for 100-tackle seasons.
Rushing yards for Rashaad Penny, a career high. Penny had runs of 58, 26 and 21 yards, giving him three of Seattle's seven longest gains.
The length of Malik Turner's impressive first-quarter touchdown catch, the first of his career.
Michael Dickson punts, out of seven total, that pinned the Eagles inside their own 20-yard line, including a pair of punts downed by Ugo Amadi at the 1 and 2-yard line.
Game action photos from the Seattle Seahawks' Week 12 matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles.