The Seahawks clinched the NFC West with Sunday's Week 16 win over the Rams, a victory that gave them their first division title since 2016. In addition to the 20-9 final score, here are 12 numbers that help tell the story of Sunday's win.
NFC West titles won by the Seahawks in 11 seasons since Pete Carroll and John Schneider were hired in 2010.
Division titles won by the Seahawks since Paul Allen purchased the team in 1997. Prior to Allen taking over the franchise, Seattle had just one division title.
Turnovers by Seattle's offense, improving the Seahawks' record to 11-0 this year when they commit one or no turnovers.
Points per game allowed by the Seahawks over their past seven games, giving the Seahawks the NFL's best scoring defense since Week 10.
Consecutive games in which the Seahawks have held an opponent under 20 points, their first time doing that since the end of the 2014 season.
Touchdowns allowed by the Seahawks, the second game in the past three weeks in which Seattle's opponent did not reach the end zone.
Quandre Diggs' team-leading interception total after he recorded another one on Sunday.
Tackles by Jordyn Brooks, tying Jamal Adams and D.J. Reed for the team lead. Brooks' performance was all the more impressive considering he played only 28 of 75 snaps with the Seahawks playing a lot of nickel and dime packages.
Sacks by Jarran Reed this season after he recorded two more on Sunday. That's the second best total of his career, and the second most on the team behind Jamal Adams' 9.5.
Passes defensed by K.J. Wright, who is up to 10 this season, one short of a career high.
DK Metcalf receptions, out of six total, that gave the Seahawks third-down conversions, including an 8-yard catch on third-and-7 on Seattle's final touchdown drive.
Consecutive punts by Michael Dickson, dating back to Seattle's Week 14 game against the Jets, that were downed inside the 20 prior to him having to punt out of his own end zone in the third quarter of Sunday's game. Four of his five punts Sunday pinned the Rams inside the 20, making it eight of nine in his past two games.
The best photos from Seattle Seahawks vs. Los Angeles Rams at Lumen Field. Fueled by Nesquik.