Skip to main content
Presented by

12 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 2 Loss To The 49ers

Twelve numbers that helped tell the story of Seattle’s Week 2 loss in Santa Clara.

numbers of note sep 19 final

The Seahawks fell to 1-1 with Sunday's 27-7 loss to the 49ers, just their second loss to the 49ers in eight games at Levi's Stadium, a game that Pete Carroll and his players described as humbling.

In addition to the final score, here are 12 numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday's loss in the Bay Area:


Rushing yards gained by the 49ers, including 123 in the first half as they built a big lead.


Rushing yards gained by the Seahawks, who averaged just 2.6 yards per carry.


Turnovers committed by the Seahawks, including an interception in the end zone on a trick play, and a muffed punt that set up a 49ers touchdown. San Francisco, meanwhile, did not turn the ball over.


Penalties enforced against the Seahawks, many of them costly, compared to just one for the 49ers.


Total offensive plays run by Seattle, which ran only 49 in Week 1, making the Seahawks last in the NFL in total plays through two weeks.


Length of Michael Jackson's return of a Tariq Woolen-blocked field goal. It was Jackson's first career touchdown, and was the first for the Seahawks off of a blocked kick since Richard Sherman returned a Red Bryant block for a score against the 49ers in 2012.


Receiving yards gained by Tyler Lockett, the veteran receiver's 16th career 100-yard game.


Tackles for loss made by Al Woods, a single-game career high for the veteran lineman. Woods' six solo tackles were also a career-high, while his seven total tackles were one shy of the career-best mark established last season.


Geno Smith's completion percentage, his third straight start completing at least 80 percent of his passes dating back to last season's win over Jacksonville.


Quarterback hits recorded by outside linebacker Uchenna Nwosu, giving him five through two games, tied for third most in the NFL trailing only Micah Parsons and Nick Bosa.


Sack recorded by rookie Boye Mafe, the first of his career.


Tackles made by Jordyn Brooks, tied for the team lead with fellow linebacker Cody Barton. Brooks, who had a team-high 12 tackles last week, has recorded double-digit tackle totals in nine of Seattle's last 11 games dating back to last season, and in the two he didn't he had nine tackles.

The Seahawks take on the San Francisco 49ers in Week 2 for their first road matchup of the 2022 Season.

Related Content