The Seahawks fell 30-24 to the Carolina Panthers on Sunday, a loss that dropped their record to 6-5 with a Thursday night game against the 49ers up next on the schedule. In addition to that final score, here are 12 numbers that help tell the story of Sunday's loss:
Rushing yards for the Panthers, the fourth consecutive game in which a Seahawks opponent has rushed for 161 or more yards. The Panthers gained 145 of those yards in the second half.
Rushing yards gained by the Panthers on seven carries on their fourth-quarter touchdown drive that put them ahead by two scores.
Rushing yards gained by the Seahawks on 14 carries, Seattle's fourth straight game being held to 90 or fewer yards on the ground.
Touchdown passes thrown by Geno Smith, his 11thgame with multiple touchdown passes, the most in the NFL.
Interceptions thrown by Smith, his first multi-interception game this season, though one of those occurred when Smith took a shot thinking he had a free play when Panther players appeared to jump offside.
Smith's completion percentage, his lowest of the season, which combined with those touchdowns and some of the other impressive throws, illustrates the type of up-and-down day it was for him.
Takeaways for the Seahawks, who had forced multiple turnovers in 10 of their first 12 games this season.
Consecutive games with a touchdown reception for Tyler Lockett, breaking the franchise record previously held by Steve Largent, Joey Galloway and Doug Baldwin.
Games out of the last six in which Lockett and DK Metcalf have both scored touchdowns.
Receiving yards for Marquise Goodwin, a season high. Goodwin's touchdown late in the game was his fourth this season, matching a career high.
Tackles for Cody Barton, a career high.
Yards gained on three kickoff returns by Godwin Igwebuike in his Seahawks debut, including returns of 50 and 35 yards that gave the offense short fields it was able to convert into 10 points.
Delta Air Lines and the Seahawks catered and served a lunch at Joint Base Lewis McChord's Army Fisher House for the families staying at the house on December 8, 2022.