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12 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 13 Loss To The Cowboys

Twelve numbers that help tell the story of Thursday night’s loss to the Cowboys. 


The Seahawks showed significant signs of improvement on Thursday, but it wasn't quite enough to overcome a very talented opponent, with the Cowboys stopping two potential game-winning drives in the final minutes of the game to hold on for a 41-35 victory.

In addition to that final score, here are 12 numbers that helped tell the story of Thursday's loss:


Touchdowns scored by the Seahawks, their most offensive touchdowns in one game this season, a strong bounce-back performance after not finding the end zone on offense in the previous seven quarters heading into Thursday's game. The Seahawks were also 4 for 4 in the red zone for the game.


Third down conversions for Seattle on 14 attempts, the offense's best third-down performance of the season. The Seahawks started 9 for 11, however, failing to convert on their final three third downs.


Fourth down conversions for the Seahawks on three attempts, all of which came in the fourth quarter.


Yards gained by DK Metcalf on six catches, three of which were touchdowns, including a 73-yard score that was Seattle's longest play of the season.


Metcalf's top speed, in miles per hour, on that 73-yard score, according to NFL Next Gen Stats. That made Metcalf the fastest ball carrier in the NFL since Week 2 of the 2020 season.

41 & 33

Points and first downs allowed by the Seahawks, the most by an opponent this season in both categories.


Consecutive losses for the Seahawks, who have never lost four in a row under Pete Carroll.


Opponent that has held a lead over the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium this season, with the Seahawks becoming the first visiting team to lead the Cowboys at home, at any point in a game, this season.


Sacks recorded by the Seahawks, one each by Jordyn Brooks, Leonard Williams, Jarran Reed and Darrell Taylor, breaking a Cowboys streak of three consecutive games without allowing a sack.


Touchdown run for Zach Charbonnet, the first of his career.


Receptions for rookie receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba, a season-high. Smith-Njigba, who finished with 62 yards, was also targeted 11 times, also a season-high, while also being the most targets for any Seahawks pass-catcher on Thursday.


Penalty yards enforced against the Seahawks, the second time in three games that the Seahawks have had 130 yards in penalties.

Check out some of the best action shots from Week 13 at the Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on November 30, 2023. Game action photos are presented by Washington's Lottery. This gallery will be updated throughout the game

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