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12 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 17 Win Over The Jets

Twelve numbers that help tell the story of the Seahawks’ Week 17 win over the Jets.

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The Seahawks kept their playoff hopes alive with a 23-6 win over the Jets on Sunday, a victory that saw them play “complete team ball” as they improved their record to 8-8.

In addition to that final score, here are 12 numbers that help tell the story of Sunday's win:


Points scored by the Jets, the fewest by a Seahawks opponent this season. In four games at Lumen Field since the stadium opened, the Jets have yet to score an offensive touchdown.


Takeaways for Seattle's defense, breaking a three-game drought.


Giveaways by the Seahawks, their first turnover-free game of the season.


Rushing yards for the Seahawks, their most in a game since a Week 7 win over the Chargers.


Rushing yards gained by Kenneth Walker III, his fourth 100-yard game this season. With 936 rushing yards and 155 receiving yards this season, Walker is just the third rookie in franchise history to gain 1,000 yards from scrimmage, joining Joey Galloway and Curt Warner.


Sacks made by Darrell Taylor, one of which forced a fumble that was recovered by Uchenna Nwosu. Taylor is now up to 8.5 sacks this season, with 5.5 of them coming in the last five games.


Consecutive seasons with three or more interceptions for Quandre Diggs, who got his third of the season last night. The Pro-Bowler is the first player to accomplish that feat since Marcus Peters did it from 2015-2020, and the first safety to do so since Ed Reed did it eight straight years from 2006-2013.


Wins for Geno Smith this season over the three teams he played for prior to joining the Seahawks—the Giants, Chargers and Jets.


Career catch and touchdown for tight end Tyler Mabry, who scored on his only catch Sunday after being elevated from the practice squad a day earlier.


Interception made by cornerback Michael Jackson, the first of his career.


Receiving yards, on eight catches, for the tight end trio of Noah Fant, Colby Parkinson and Mabry, who also scored both of Seattle's touchdowns, a strong showing for a position group that lost Will Dissly to injury last week.


Scrimmage yards gained by DeeJay Dallas, including a team-high 55 receiving yards, a performance Pete Carroll said was "one of his better games" for the third-year back.

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