The Seahawks won their second game in a row, a 33-13 victory over the Houston Texans that featured a dominant second-half performance by the defense, big plays on offense and career-best game for a player who has battled through a lot during his four-year career. In addition to that final score, here are 12 numbers that helped tell the story of Seattle's Week 14 win in Houston that improved its record to 5-8:
Career regular-season victories for Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, a total that ranks 21st in NFL history.
Rushing yards for Rashaad Penny on 16 carries, both numbers representing career-highs for the back, who has battled injuries throughout his career. That total isn't just a career high for Penny, it's the most by a Seahawks back since Thomas Rawls had 161 against Detroit in a playoff game following the 2016 season, and the most in a regular-season game since Rawls had 209 against the 49ers in November of 2015.
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The length of Penny's two touchdown runs, making him just the second player in franchise history to have two rushing touchdowns of 30-plus yards in the same game, according to ESPN Stats & Info. The other player to accomplish that was Steve Broussard, who did it in October of 1997 against the Titans.
Receiving yards for Tyler Lockett on five catches, giving him 1,023 yards this season with four games left to play.
Consecutive 1,000-yard seasons for Lockett, who joins Hall of Fame receiver Steve Largent as the only players in franchise history to record three straight 1,000-yard receiving seasons.
Points allowed by Seattle's defense in the second half, that unit's second straight game pitching a second-half shutout.
Yards recorded by Seattle's offense, a season high. The Seahawks also averaged a season-best 7.9 yards per play, rushed for a season-high 193 yards, and averaged a season-best 6.7 yards per carry.
Tackles recorded by Bobby Wagner, increasing his league-leading total to 152, and marking the third time in his career he's eclipsed 150 tackles (2019, 2016). It was Wagner's 14th career game with 14 or more tackles, five of which have come this season.
Russell Wilson's quarterback rating, his best since returning from injury.
Tackles recorded by defensive tackle Al Woods, giving him 42 this season, two short of the career-high he established in 2017 with Indianapolis. Woods also shared a sack with Rasheem Green, giving him 1.5 this season, half a sack short of his career high.
Darrell Taylor's team-leading sack total after recording another one on Sunday. Taylor had another sack earlier in the game, but that was negated by a defensive holding call in the secondary.
Tackles for loss recorded by Seattle's defense, with seven different players getting one each: Wagner, Woods, Taylor, Ryan Neal, Ugo Amadi, L.J. Collier and Poona Ford.
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