The Seahawks bounced back from consecutive losses, and from a slow start Sunday, to knock off the 49ers and even their record to 2-2 heading into Thursday Night's game against the Los Angeles Rams.
In addition to the 28-21 final score, here are 12 numbers of note that help tell the story of Sunday's win at Levi's Stadium:
Points scored by the Seahawks in the second half, including 14 in the third quarter. Prior to Week 4, the Seahawks had only 13 second-half points in three games, none in the third quarter.
Consecutive scoreless possessions for the 49ers between their opening-drive touchdown that gave them a 7-0 lead, and a fourth-quarter touchdown that came after the Seahawks had built a 14-point lead. Between those scores, the 49ers had two turnovers, one missed field goal and five punts.
Third down conversions for the 49ers on 14 attempts, a huge improvement after Minnesota was 9 for 14 on third down against Seattle last weekend.
Turnovers committed by the Seahawks, their third straight game without a turnover.
Interception by Quandre Diggs, Seattle's first this season.
Passes defensed by Seattle's defense, including two by Diggs. Coming into the game, the Seahawks had only five passes defensed total through three games.
Touchdowns scored by the Seahawks on four trips to the red zone. Through four games the Seahawks have converted 90 percent of their red zone trips into touchdowns, the third best mark in the NFL.
Russell Wilson's league-leading passer rating after his fourth consecutive game without an interception. Wilson is now just the third quarterback in NFL history to post a passer rating of 110 or better with no interceptions in each of his first four games, and the first to do so since John Hadl in 1973. Wilson is one of two starting quarterbacks in the NFL without an interception through four games along with Denver's Teddy Bridgewater.
Years since the Seahawks last lost three games in a row, having most recently done so in October of 2011.
Tackles made by safety Ryan Neal who saw his first extensive playing time on defense this season with the Seahawks using a dime package frequently in passing situations. Three of those tackles were third-down stops, and Neal also had a third-down pass breakup.
Rushing yards on 10 carried for Alex Collins, who provided a spark off the bench, including a 28-yard reception to start Seattle's first scoring drive. Collins' 14-yard touchdown was his third since rejoining the Seahawks last year, and second against the 49ers, having also scored late in last year's Week 17 victory.
Special teams tackles made by Nick Bellore, giving him an NFL-leading 8 this season.
The Seattle Seahawks take on the 49ers in their fourth game of the 2021 season at Levi's Stadium. This album will be updated throughout the game. Game Action photos are presented by Washington Lottery.