The Seahawks lost to the Bears on Sunday, a result that officially eliminated them from playoff contention. In addition to the 25-24 final score, here are 12 numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday's loss:
Losses this season, their most under Pete Carroll and John Schneider
Wins this season for the Seahawks in games decided by three or fewer points, with Sunday's game being their fifth such loss.
Tackles made by Bobby Wagner this season after he added 12 on Sunday. That total doesn't just lead the NFL, but it's also broke his own franchise record of 167 set in 2016
Tackles made by Jordyn Brooks, the third most in the NFL. Brooks, who had 10 tackles Sunday, has recorded double digit tackles in seven straight games.
Rushing yards for Rashaad Penny, his second 100-yard game in three weeks along with his career-high 137-yard performance against Houston.
Runs of 25 or more yards for Penny on just 71 carries, including three on Sunday. That's tied for second most in the NFL this season with New England's Damien Harris (182 carries) and trailing only Jonathan Taylor, who has eight on 297 carries.
Career games for Penny with more than 10 carries, four of which saw him rush for more 100 yards with a touchdown.
Chicago's time of possession, compared to just 21:35, the 14th time in 15 games that the Seahawks have lost the time of possession battle.
30 and 50 percent
Third down conversion rate for the Seahawks and Bears, respectively, a big reason for the above discrepancy in time of possession.
Sacks made by Carlos Dunlap II, who also had three against the Rams on Tuesday.
Sacks made by Rasheem Green, who has 3.5 in the past three games along with six quarterback hits.
Receiving yards by Gerald Everett, a season high for the tight end, who also had his second touchdown in the past three weeks.
The Seattle Seahawks take on the Chicago Bears at Lumen field for Week 16 of the 2021 season. This album will be updated throughout the game. Game Action photos are presented by Washington's Lottery.