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12 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 8 Win Over The Browns

Twelve numbers that help tell the story of Sunday’s 24-20 win over the Cleveland Browns.


A fast start and strong finish were enough for the Seahawks to overcome some mid-game struggles on Sunday, and the result was a 24-20 victory that improved Seattle's record to 5-2. In addition to that final score, here are 12 numbers of note that help tell the story of Sunday's game:


The Seahawks place in the NFC West standings, having moved into first place ahead of the 49ers following their loss to the Bengals.


Takeaways for Seattle's defense, two of which set up touchdowns, including the game-winner. It was Seattle's third game with three takeaways this season along with wins over the Lions and Giants.


Points scored in the first quarter by the Seahawks, their most points scored in a single quarter this season.


Points scored by the Seahawks on their next seven possessions, five of which ended in punts, and two of which ended on interceptions.


Plays needed for Geno Smith and the offense to drive 57 yards for the go-ahead score in the final two minutes of the game following those seven empty drives.


Touchdown scored by rookie receivers Jaxon Smith-Njigba and Jake Bobo, the second game in row in which both of those receivers have found the end zone.


Receiving yards for Tyler Lockett, who also scored Seattle's second touchdown in the first quarter. Lockett had 71 of those yards on six catches in the first half.


Sacks for Boye Mafe in his last five games. Mafe's five consecutive games with a sack are tied for the second longest streak in franchise history, one short of Michael Sinclair's franchise record of six straight games with a sack.


Sack and three quarterback hits allowed by Seattle's offense on 38 dropbacks, an impressive showing against Myles Garrett and a dangerous Browns pass rush.


Points scored by Cleveland in the second half. The Seahawks have allowed only nine second-half points and no touchdowns in their last four games.


Age of tackle Jason Peters, who made his Seahawks debut, playing in his 20th season. Peters played 26 snaps at right tackle, splitting time with starter Stone Forsythe, who played 32 snaps.


Yards per carry for the Seahawks offense, including an 8.3 yards-per-carry average for Kenneth Walker III, who had a 45-yard run in the first quarter, and a 10.6 YPC average for Zach Charbonnet.

Check out some of the best action shots from Week 8 vs. the Browns at Lumen Field on October 29, 2023. Game action photos are presented by Washington's Lottery.

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