The Seahawks snapped their three-game losing streak in dominant fashion on Sunday, beating the Jaguars 31-7 at Lumen Field to improve to 3-5 heading into their bye week. In addition to that final score, here are 12 numbers of note that helped tell the story of Sunday's game:
Consecutive pass attempts completed by Geno Smith to start the game.
Smith's completion percentage, the fourth best in franchise history for a quarterback attempting 20 or more passes, trailing Russell Wilson (88.6 in Week 1 of 2020 season), Dave Krieg (86.4, Week 15, 1988) and Matt Hasselbeck (84.0, Week 14, 2005).
Smith's passer rating, the third highest of his career his best since he had a perfect 153.8 rating in the final game of the 2014 season.
Receiving yards for Tyler Lockett on 12 catches, the 13th 100-yard game of his career, and his fourth game with both double-digit receptions and 100 or more yards.
Receiving touchdowns for DK Metcalf, giving him 25 in his career. Metcalf joined Randy Moss (36) and Odell Beckham Jr. (34) as the only receivers since 1990 with at least 25 touchdown receptions in their first 40 games.
Points allowed by Seattle's defense, which has now given up only 43 points over its last three games.
Yards allowed by the Seahawks, their third straight game of holding an opponent to 345 or fewer yards after giving up at least 450 yards in each of their previous four games.
Interceptions made by Quandre Diggs this season after Sunday's interception of a Trevor Lawrence pass. Diggs is now the only player in the NFL to record three or more interceptions in each of the past five seasons.
Fourth down conversion on one attempt, Geno Smith's 1-yard touchdown on fourth-and-goal. That play was Seattle's first successful fourth down conversion this season.
Length of Travis Homer's kick return touchdown off an onside kick, Seattle's first kick return touchdown since Tyler Lockett's 99-yard score against the Cardinals in Week 17 of the 2017 season.
Turnovers committed by the Seahawks, their second straight turnover-free game and fifth this season. Seattle's four turnover this season are the fewest in the NFL.
Tackles made by Bobby Wagner, upping his league-leading total to 93. With seven more tackles, Wagner will have 100 or more in all 10 seasons of his career.
The 12s pack out Lumen Field on Halloween to watch the Seattle Seahawks take on the Jacksonville Jaguars on October 31, 2021