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12 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 15 Win at Washington

Twelve numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday’s playoff-clinching win at Washington. 


The Seahawks improved to 10-4 and clinched a playoff berth with Sunday's win at Washington. In addition to the 20-15 final score, here are 12 numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday's game:


Postseason berths in the past 11 seasons for the Seahawks under Pete Carroll & John Schneider


Wins for the Seahawks with two games still to play, their eighth double-digit win total in the last nine seasons. Prior to 2012, the Seahawks had five seasons with 10 or more wins in the first 36 years of the franchise.


NFL teams with a longer active streak of winning seasons than the Seahawks, who have had a winning record in nine straight. New England came into the season with a streak of 19 straight winning seasons, but a loss Sunday dropped the Patriots to 6-8, meaning they can't finish with a winning record.


Consecutive games the Seahawks have held their opponent under 20 points, the first time accomplishing that since the first four games of the 2016 season.


Sacks recorded by Washington, which came into the game with 40 sacks. That's the second straight game that Wilson has not been sacked, and just the ninth of his career, postseason included.


Rushing yards for the Seahawks, their second highest total of the season. Seattle had 174 rushing yards last week, making this the first time the Seahawks have had at least 170 rushing yards in consecutive games since the end of the 2018 season.


Receptions for Tyler Lockett this season after he added four more Sunday, a new career high. With 10 more catches in the next two games, Lockett would set a new single-season franchise record, breaking the mark of 94 held by Doug Baldwin and Bobby Engram.


Consecutive field goals made by Jason Myers after he went 2 for 2 on Sunday, the longest streak in franchise history, breaking Olindo Mare's mark of 30.


Sacks by Seattle's defense on Washington's final drive, giving the Seahawks four in the game, 31 since Week 8 of the season, the most in the NFL over that span.


Michael Dickson punts on Sunday, all of which pinned Washington inside the 20. Dickson had a net average of 51.0 yards per punt, and Washington's average starting field position after those four punts was the 8-yard line.


Interceptions made by Shaquill Griffin this year after his diving pick of a tipped ball on Sunday. That total matches his career interception tally through his first three seasons.


Length of Carlos Hyde's third quarter touchdown run, Seattle's longest rushing touchdown since Rashaad Penny scored on a 58-yard run in last year's Week 12 win at Philadelphia.

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