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12 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 11 Loss To Arizona

Twelve numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals.


The Seahawks lost to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, falling to 3-7 for the first time in the Pete Carroll/John Schneider era. In addition to the 23-13 final score, here are 12 numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday's game:


Losses this season, matching the highest loss total Seattle has had in any season since 2012. This is also the first time the Seahawks have started 3-7 since 2009.


Total yards gained by the Seahawks, marking the fourth consecutive game Seattle's offense has been held under 300 yards.


Offensive possessions without a touchdown for the Seahawks prior to DeeJay Dallas' fourth-quarter touchdown run, a streak that dated back to the third quarter of Seattle's Week 8 win over the Jaguars.


Third down conversions on 10 attempts. The Cardinals, meanwhile, went 7 for 14 numbers that contribute to…


Seattle's time of possession, less than half of that of Arizona, which held the ball for 40 minutes and 22 seconds.


Offensive plays run by the Seahawks, a season low. The Seahawks have now run fewer than 60 offensive plays in eight of 10 games, and their 550 total plays this season are the fewest in the league.


Turnovers committed by Seattle's offense, their sixth turnover-free game this year.


Penalties enforced against Seattle, matching a season-low established in the season opener.


Sacks made by Bryan Mone, a player better known as a run-stopping defensive tackle. Coming into the game, Mone had only half a sack in two-plus seasons.


Receiving yards for Tyler Lockett on four catches, his fourth 100-yard game this season and the 14th of his career. It was Lockett's second 100-yard game this season with four catches, making him the only player in the league to have two 100-yard games with four or fewer catches this year.


Tackles made by Jordyn Brooks, a career high. Brooks has five double-digit tackle games this season, and his 98 tackles rank sixth in the NFL, with Bobby Wagner leading the way with 115.


Michael Dickson punts, out of five total, downed inside the 20, giving him an NFL-leading 27 this season.

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