The Seahawks put together their most complete victory of the season, dominating the Jets on the way to a 40-3 win that improved their record to 9-4. Here are 12 numbers of note from Seattle's Week 14 win:
Victories for the Seahawks this season, clinching a winning record for the ninth straight year. Pending the outcome of New England's final three games—the Patriots are 6-7—that is currently the longest active streak of winning seasons in the NFL.
Quarterback in NFL history who has had a winning record in each of his first nine seasons: Russell Wilson.
The Seahawks' margin of victory, making it their most lopsided victory since a 58-0 win over the Cardinals in 2012.
Touchdowns scored by the Jets, marking the first time the Seahawks have kept an opponent out of the end zone since last year's Wild Card win over the Eagles. It was the first time the Seahawks held an opponent to 3 or fewer points since the 2018 win over the Raiders in London.
The scoring average of Seattle's opponents over the past five games, down from 30.4 through the first eight games of the season.
Yards gained by the Jets, the lowest total by a Seahawks opponent since the 2018 win over the Raiders, who also gained 185 in that game.
Sacks made by Jamal Adams this season after yesterday's sack of former teammate Sam Darnold, setting a new single-season record for sacks by a defensive back, dating back to 1982 when sacks became an official stat.
Touchdown passes for Russell Wilson this season, breaking his own franchise record.
Touchdown catches for DK Metcalf after his 5-yard score on Sunday. With that TD, Metcalf, who is second in the NFL with 1,180 receiving yards, became the fourth receiver in Seahawks history to have 1,000 receiving yards and double-digit touchdowns in the same season, joining Steve Largent (1983, 1984), Joey Galloway (1997, 1998) and Doug Baldwin (2015).
Consecutive games in which the Seahawks have scored at least one touchdown, dating back to 2017, the longest such streak in franchise history.
Tackles for loss made by K.J. Wright, giving him nine this season. That total is the third highest of his career, and best since he had a career-high 12 in his Pro-Bowl 2016 season.
Consecutive field goals made by Jason Myers dating back to last season, one shy of Olindo Mare's franchise record for consecutive makes.
The best photos from Seattle Seahawks vs. New York Jets at Lumen Field. Fueled by Nesquik.