The Seahawks are back in the playoffs thanks to a Week 18 win over the Rams, as well as a Lions win over the Packers, and they will now head to Santa Clara to face the 49ers in the Wild Card round. In addition to the 19-16 final score, here are 12 numbers of note that help tell the story of Sunday's overtime victory:
Playoff appearances for the Seahawks in 13 seasons under Pete Carroll and John Schneider. The Seahawks have yet to miss the playoffs in consecutive seasons since those two took over in 2010.
Yards gained by the Rams, the third straight opponent the Seahawks have held under 300 yards, including a season-low 297 yards gained by the Chiefs, who have the league's No. 1 offense.
Points allowed by the Seahawks in the second half and overtime. Seattle's last three opponents have scored a total of 10 points after halftime, and opponents are averaging 15.3 points per game over that span.
Yards gained this season by Kenneth Walker III, who closed out the regular season with a third straight 100-yard game. Walker became the second Seahawk, along with Curt Warner in 1983, to rush for more than 1,000 yards as a rookie.
Rushing yards gained by the Seahawks, who had 198 a week earlier in a win over the Jets.
Consecutive 1,000-yard seasons for Tyler Lockett, who eclipsed that threshold with a 36-yard touchdown catch Sunday. Lockett matched Hall of Famer Steve Largent for the most consecutive 1,000 receiving-yard seasons.
Geno Smith's completion percentage, which set a franchise record and also led the NFL. Smith also finished in the top 5 in touchdown passes (30) and passer rating (100.9).
399 & 4,282
Completions and passing yards for Smith this season, both totals breaking franchise records held by Russell Wilson.
Quarterbacks in franchise history who have thrown 30 touchdown passes: Smith, Wilson and Dave Krieg.
Points scored by Pro-Bowl kicker Jason Myers, the most in the NFL. Myers' game-winning field goal moved him one point ahead of Baltimore kicker Justin Tuckers for the NFL lead.
Sacks in the past six games for outside linebacker Darrell Taylor, who finished the season with 9.5, tied with Uchenna Nwosu for the most on the team. Both players set career-highs with those totals.
Tackles for Cody Barton, a career-high for the fourth-year linebacker who is in his first season as a starter, and the second most on the team behind Jordyn Brooks' 161.
Check out some of the best action shots from Week 18 vs. the Los Angeles Rams at Lumen Field on January 8, 2023. Game action photos are presented by Washington's Lottery.