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12 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 12 Loss To The 49ers

Twelve numbers that help tell the story of Seattle’s 31-13 loss to the 49ers.


The Seahawks were unable to overcome a sloppy start against a good opponent on Thursday night, resulting in a 31-13 loss to the 49ers that dropped their record to 6-5. In addition to that final score, here are 12 numbers that help tell the story of Seattle's Week 12 loss:

3 & 56

First downs and yards gained by the Seahawks in the first half as the 49ers built a three-score lead.


Offensive touchdown scored by the Seahawks in the last two games, the opening-drive score in last week's game against the Rams.


Turnovers committed by the Seahawks in the first half, the fifth time they've had multiple turnovers in the last seven games.


Third down conversions on 11 tries for the Seahawks.

35:30 to 24:30

Time of possession difference in favor of the 49ers, the result of Seattle's offense not converting on third down and sustaining drives.

152, 7 & 7

Yards, first downs and points for the 49ers in the second half, an improvement for the Seahawks defense, which helped keep them in the game until the 49ers added a touchdown late in the fourth quarter.


Sacks recorded by the 49ers, including four in the second half, the most sacks allowed by the Seahawks this season.


Rushing yards gained by the 49ers, the second most by a Seahawks opponent this year.


Interception by Jordyn Brooks, which he returned 12 yards for Seattle's only touchdown of the game. It was the first career interception and touchdown for Brooks, who also had a team-high 12 tackles.


Yards on four kick returns for Dee Eskridge, including a 66-yarder that set up a first-quarter field goal.


Pass defense and tackle for loss for Devon Witherspoon, the second straight game and third this season in which the rookie corner has both a tackle for loss and pass defense. Witherspoon is currently tied for fourth in the NFL with 14 passes defensed, and his four tackles for loss are the most of any player with more than 10 passes defensed.


Receiving yards for rookie Jaxon Smith-Njigba, including a spectacular one-handed 34-yard grab. He now has 40 or more yards in seven of the last eight games after gaining 62 in the first four games.

Check out Jaxon Smith-Njigba's one-handed grab during the Thanksgiving matchup vs. the 49ers.

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