The Seahawks beat the Panthers 30-24 on Sunday, a win that, combined with a Los Angeles Rams loss, secured a playoff bid for Seattle. In addition to the final score, here are 12 numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday's game for the Seahawks:
Playoff berths for the Seahawks in their 10 seasons under Pete Carroll and John Schneider after clinching yesterday.
Road wins for the Seahawks, giving them a franchise-best 7-1 road record for the season. That includes a 5-0 record this year when traveling east and playing at 10 a.m. pacific time.
Regular season wins with the Seahawks for Carroll.
Russell Wilson's passer rating after completing 20 of 26 attempts for 286 yards and two touchdowns. That's the second-best passer rating of the season for Wilson, who had a perfect rating at halftime.
Career-high rushing yards for Chris Carson, who also had two touchdowns. Carson now has 1,190 rushing yards this season eclipsing last year's career-best mark of 1,151.
Receiving yards by Tyler Lockett, his fourth 100-yard game this season. Lockett is now up to 994 yards on 75 catches this season, both of those representing career highs.
Takeaways by Seattle's defense, which now has multiple takeaways in five straight games and three or more in five of its last seven games. At plus-13, the Seahawks currently rank third in the NFL in turnover differential.
Receiving yards by DK Metcalf after Sunday's game, in which he had two catches for 36 yards, including a 19-yard touchdown. With that touchdown catch, Metcalf moved past Doug Baldwin for the second most receiving yards by a Seahawks rookie. Joey Galloway, who had 1,039 yards in 1995, holds the rookie receiving record.
Interceptions by K.J. Wright in the span of three Carolina offensive plays. Prior to Sunday's game, Wright had three interceptions in 125 career games.
Tackles for rookie linebacker Cody Barton in his second career start, matching Bobby Wagner for the team-high total.
Wins, with just seven losses, by the Seahawks following a regular-season loss since the start of the 2012 season.
Touchdowns scored by Seattle's offense on its first three possessions of the game. According to ESPN Stats & Info, the Seahawks last did that in 2015 in their Week 11 win over San Francisco.
Game action photos from the Seattle Seahawks' Week 15 matchup against the Carolina Panthers.