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12 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 9 Loss To The Ravens

Twelve numbers that help tell the story of Sunday’s loss to the Baltimore Ravens.


The Seahawks experienced, as Pete Carroll put it, “a really hard, long day against a really good team" when they played the Ravens on Sunday, falling 37-3 to the Ravens, a loss that dropped Seattle's record to 5-3.

In addition to that final score, here are 12 numbers that help tell the story of Sunday's game:


The margin of defeat in Sunday's game, Seattle's worst loss since the 2017 season.


Total yards gained by Baltimore, compared to 151 for Seattle.


Rushing yards gained by Baltimore, compared to just 28 for Seattle.


Successful conversion for Seattle on third down on 12 attempts.


Turnovers committed by the Seahawks, their fourth straight game with multiple turnovers, the first time they've gone four straight games with two or more turnovers since 2013.


Takeaways for Seattle's defense, which has now forced five turnovers in the last two weeks.


Run of 20-plus yards allowed by the Seahawks this season through seven games, a 25-yard scramble by then-Cardinals QB Josh Dobbs (the longest run by a running back was 18 yards). On Sunday, however, the Ravens had four runs of 23 yards or longer, including runs of 60, 42 and 40 yards by running backs Keaton Mitchell and Gus Edwards.


Consecutive games with a sack for Boye Mafe, who tied a franchise record for the most consecutive games with a sack. Mafe was responsible for one of Seattle's two takeaways, forcing a fumble and recovering the loose ball on the sack he recorded Sunday.


Receiving yards for Jaxon Smith-Njigba, a team high total. The rookie out of Ohio State now has 210 yards and two touchdowns on 17 receptions in the last four games after totaling 62 yards on 12 catches in his first four games.


Tackles, including one for a loss, for Jordyn Brooks, who has recorded double-digit tackle totals in five of eight games this season, and who leads the team with seven tackles for loss.


Percent of Seattle's defensive snaps played by Leonard Williams in his Seahawks debut, the second most among defensive linemen after Jarran Reed, who played 63 percent.


Consecutive games with a made field goal for Jason Myers, adding to the franchise record he set this season.

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