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12 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 4 Win Over The Giants

Twelve numbers that help tell the story of Monday night’s win over the Giants.


The Seahawks returned to Seattle Tuesday morning to head into their bye week on a three-game winning streak thanks to a dominant Monday night win over the New York Giants. In addition to the 24-3 final score, here are 12 numbers that help tell the story of Monday's win.


Sacks recorded by Seattle's defense, matching a franchise record set in a 1986 win over the Raiders.


Different players to record multiple sacks: Bobby Wagner, Jordyn Brooks, Uchenna Nwosu and Devon Witherspoon.


Length of Devon Witherspoon's interception return touchdown, the second longest pick-six in team history behind the 98-yarder Bobby Wagner had in a 2018 win over the 49ers.


Rookies since sacks became an official stat in 1982 who have recorded two or more sacks and a pick-six in one game, Andy Katzenmoyer in 1999, Todd Shell in 1984 and Witherspoon on Monday.


Wins for the Seahawks in as many games at MetLife Stadium. The Seahawks are 4-0 against the Giants in that stadium, 1-0 against the Jets, and also won Super Bowl XLVIII there.


Combined regular season and postseason wins for Pete Carroll in his NFL career, moving ahead of Mike Holmgren for 15th all-time, three wins behind Mike Shanahan and Jeff Fisher.


Wins on Monday Night Football for the Seahawks with only 12 losses, improving upon an already NFL leading winning percentage on Monday night.


Points scored by the Giants, the lowest score Seattle has held an opponent to since a 40-3 win over the Jets in Week 14 of the 2020 season.


Tackles made by Bobby Wagner, giving him 50 through four games, tied for second most in the NFL this season.


Consecutive games with at least one touchdown pass for Geno Smith.


Touchdowns scored by Kenneth Walker III in the past three games, including a 1-yard score Monday night, giving him 14 touchdowns through his first 19 games, and 13 touchdowns in his first 15 career starts, tied for the most rushing touchdowns in franchise history in a player's first 15 starts with Shaun Alexander, Derrick Fenner and Curt Warner.


Michael Dickson's average on four punts, both net and gross. Dickson currently leads the NFL in gross average (53.5) and is second in net average (48.8).

The 12s made the cross-country trip to East Rutherford, NJ to support the Seahawks as they take on the New York Giants on Monday Night Football. Presented by TCL.

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