The Seahawks opened their season with a 28-16 road win over the Colts, a result that Pete Carroll described as "a really excellent way to get this thing started," with the team executing well in all three phases of the game.
In addition to that final score, here are 12 numbers of note that help tell the story of Sunday's win:
Touchdown passes thrown by Russell Wilson with no interceptions, the 11th such game of his career. That's the most games with four or more touchdowns and no interceptions by a quarterback through 10 seasons, and Wilson still has 16 games left in his 10th season. Before Sunday Wilson was tied with Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers and Peyton manning for the most four-touchdown, zero-interception games through 10 seasons.
"In today's @Seahawks victory, @DangeRussWilson had 4 TD passes with 0 INTs. It marked his 11th-career game with 4+ TD passes & 0 INTs, the most by a player in his first 10 seasons in @NFL history, surpassing Tom Brady (10 games), Aaron Rodgers (10) & HOFer Peyton Manning (10)."
Receiving yards for Tyler Lockett, his 11th career 100-yard game in the regular season and 13th including postseason play. Lockett also had a pair of touchdowns, making Sunday his seventh career game with multiple touchdowns.
The length of Lockett's second touchdown catch, the second longest receiving touchdown of his career. It was also Lockett's 15th career touchdown of 40 or more yards, returns included.
Average yards gained per play by Seattle's offense, matching their season-best average from last year (Week 2 vs. New England).
Quarterback hits recorded by the Seahawks defense, which also had three official sacks, plus one more on a two-point conversion attempt.
Tackles made by Bryan Mone, who also had a quarterback hit, giving the big defensive tackle a career-high for tackles.
Bobby Wagner's team-high tackle total, his 17th career game with 13 or more tackles, and his 57th with double-digit tackles.
Tackles by second-year linebacker Jordyn Brooks, matching his career high.
Rushing yards for Chris Carson, his highest total since he had 133 yards against Carolina in Week 15 of the 2019 season.
Average yards per carry for the Colts, who feature a dangerous 1-2 punch at running back in Jonathan Taylor and Nyheim Hines.
Successful fourth-down conversion for the Colts on three attempts.
Punts downed inside the 20 for Michael Dickson, who punted five times.
The Seattle Seahawks take on the Colts in their first game of the 2021 season at Lucas Oil Stadium. This album will be updated throughout the game. Game Action photos are presented by Washington's Lottery.