The Seahawks dropped to 8-4 with a disappointing loss to the New York Giants on Sunday, a performance head coach Pete Carroll described as uncharacteristic. Here are 11 numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday's 17-12 loss to the Giants:
Points scored by the Seahawks, a season-low.
Turnovers by the Seahawks, who are now 0-4 in games with multiple turnovers this season, and 8-0 when they turn the ball over once or zero times.
Yards lost on five sacks of Russell Wilson, a season-high in terms of lost yardage due to sacks, and big factor in the Seahawk facing a lot of third-and-long situations.
First downs allowed by Seattle's defense, a season-low for opponents.
Yards gained by the Giants, the second straight game the Seahawks have held an opponent under 300 yards.
The Giants' yards-per-carry average, the highest for a Seahawks opponent this season by more than a yard. The Giants did most of their damage on the ground on two third-quarter scoring drives, including a 60-yard run that set up a touchdown.
Sacks by Jamal Adams in just eight games, a new career high. Adams, who had a sack and 11 tackles on Sunday, is half a sack from matching Adrian Wilson's record for sacks by a defensive back, set in 2005.
Quandre Diggs' team-leading interception total after he added another one on Sunday.
Receiving yards for DK Metcalf in his first two seasons after he added 80 more on Sunday. Metcalf joins Joey Galloway as the only players in franchise history with 2,000 or more receiving yards in their first two seasons.
Tackles made by Jordyn Brooks, a new career-high for the rookie linebacker.
Consecutive games in which the Seahawks have scored at least one touchdown, dating back to 2017. That matches the longest streak in team history, which was from 2012-2016.
The best photos from Seattle Seahawks vs. New York Giants at Lumen Field. Fueled by Nesquik.