The Seahawks fell to the Chiefs 24-10 on Saturday, but remain in the playoff hunt while also feeling good about some of the things they saw in the second half, in particular the play of the defense and the productiveness of Kenneth Walker III in the running game.
In addition to that final score, here are 12 numbers that helped tell the story of Saturday's game in Kansas City:
Takeaways for the Seahawks, their third straight game without forcing a turnover after having multiple takeaways in 10 of their first 12 games.
Turnover by the offense, which has committed eight in the last five games, with the Seahawks minus four in turnover differential in the last three games, all losses.
2 for 14
The Seahawks' conversion rate on third down, a number that was in large part the result of a lot of third-and-long situations.
Rushing yards gained by Kenneth Walker III, including 91 in the second half, his first 100-yard game since Seattle's Week 9 win in Arizona.
Series that ended in punts for the Chiefs, including four three-and-outs, tied for the most punts Kansas City has had in a game this season.
Yards gained by the Chiefs, a season-low.
First downs gained by the Chiefs, a season-low.
3 for 11
Kansas City's third-down conversion rate.
Receiving yards gained by DK Metcalf this season after he added 81 on Saturday. It's the second 1,000-yard season in four years for Metcalf, who has gained at least 900 yards in each of his four NFL seasons.
Receptions for Metcalf this year, a career high.
Consecutive field goals made by Pro-Bowl kicker Jason Myers, the third longest streak in team history.
Sacks for Darrell Taylor in the past four games after he recorded Seattle's only sack on Saturday. With 6.0 sacks, Taylor is half a sack short of last year's season total.