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

Twelve numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday’s loss to the Los Angeles Rams.


The Seahawks fell to 6-4 with a Week 11 loss to the Rams, the second time this season Seattle has fallen to the Rams after holding a six-point halftime lead. In addition to the 17-16 final score, here are 12 numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday's game:


Second-half points scored by Seattle, compared to 10 for the Rams. After leading both games against L.A. by a 13-7 halftime score, the Seahawks were outscored 33-3 in the second half of two losses.


Penalties and penalty yards enforced against Seattle on Sunday, including two third-down calls that extended Rams scoring drives late in the game.


Consecutive third-down conversions for the Seahawks offense to start the game. They were just 1 for 11 the rest of the way.


Third-down conversions for the Rams on nine attempts, a big improvement for Seattle's defense after the Rams went 11 for 17 in Week 1.


Yards gained by the Rams, another improvement for Seattle's defense, which allowed 426 yards to the Rams in Week 1.


Tackles made by Bobby Wagner this season after he added 10 more on Sunday. That makes Wagner just the third player, along with London Fletcher and Derrick Brooks, to record 100 tackles in 12 straight seasons since tackles first became a stat.


Career receptions by Tyler Lockett, who added five more on Sunday, moving him past Brian Blades for the second most catches in franchise history, trailing only Hall of Famer Steve Largent.


Carrer receiving yards by Tyler Lockett, who added 51 more on Sunday, moving him past Brian Blades for the second most receiving yards in franchise history, trailing only Hall of Famer Steve Largent. Lockett, who has 58 receiving touchdowns, also ranks second to Largent in that category.


Career receiving touchdowns for DK Metcalf, who added another in the first quarter on Sunday. That touchdown moved Metcalf past Largent and Joey Galloway for the most touchdown receptions in a player's first five seasons in franchise history. With 94 yards, Metcalf also moved past Bobby Engram for sixth place on the team's all-time receiving list, and his touchdown moved him past Galloway for fifth place on the franchise's all-time receiving touchdowns list.


Field goals of 50 or more yards made by Jason Myers in his five seasons with the Seahawks after he hit from 54 and 52 yards on Sunday before missing from 55 at the end of the game. With those two kicks, Myers passed Stephen Hauschka for the most field goals of 50 or more yards in franchise history.


Different offensive linemen to start a game for the Seahawks this season, with Jason Peters becoming the 10th after getting the start at right tackle Sunday.


Different offensive line combinations used by the Seahawks in 10 games.

Go behind the scenes with team photographer Rod Mar as he shares moments from the Seahawks' Week 11 matchup versus the L.A. Rams at SoFi Stadium. Eye on the Hawks is presented by Western Washington Toyota Dealers.

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