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12 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 3 Win Over The Panthers

Twelve numbers that help tell the story of the Seahawks’ 37-27 win over the Panthers.


The Seahawks hosted the Carolina Panthers in Week 3, earning a 37-27 victory at Lumen Field that improved their record to 2-1. In addition to that final score, here are 12 numbers that tell the story of Sunday's win.


False start penalties committed by Carolina's offense, a sign of the influence Seahawks fans had on the game.


Field goals made by Jason Myers in as many attempts, a big reason the Seahawks stayed in the game until the offense started scoring touchdowns in the second half.


Points scored by the Seahawks in the second half to take control of the game.


Seahawks possessions that ended with a score—three touchdowns and five field goals—compared to just two ending with Michael Dickson punts.


Touchdowns scored by Kenneth Walker III, who had 97 yards on 18 carries, and who has four touchdowns in the past two games.


Rushing yards gained by the Seahawks, a season-high.


Rushing yards gained by Carolina, a season-low for a Seahawks opponent.


Rushing yards per carry for Seattle opponents, the third lowest mark in the NFL this season.


Tackles made by cornerback Devon Witherspoon, which led the team. Witherspoon also had two passes defensed.


Incomplete pass thrown by Geno Smith in the second half as he went 12 for 13 for 143 yards and a touchdown after halftime.


Sacks, as well as 11 quarterback hits, for Seattle's defense, which has five sacks and 17 QB hits in its last game and a half after recording no sacks and two QB hits in the first six quarters of the season.


Receiving yards for DK Metcalf, a season-high despite missing two days of practice due to a rib injury.

Check out the best sights from the sidelines following the Seahawks 37-27 victory over the Carolina Panthers at Lumen Field. Easy to Celebrate photos are presented by Bud Light.

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