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14 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 17 Win Over The 49ers

Fourteen number that helped tell the story of Sunday’s win over the 49ers. 


The Seahawks finished the regular season with a win over the 49ers on Sunday that improved their record to 12-4. In addition to the 26-23 final score, here are 14 numbers of note from Sunday's win over the 49ers:


Wins for the Seahawks this season, marking the fifth time in franchise history the Seahawks have won 12 or more games, three of which have come under Pete Carroll and John Schneider.


Points scored by the Seahawks this season, the most in franchise history, passing the 2005 team's total of 452.


Turnovers for the Seahawks for the second week in a row. The Seahawks finished the year 12-0 when committing zero or one turnover, while they were 0-4 in games with multiple turnovers.


Receiving yards for DK Metcalf this season, a franchise record, breaking Steve Largent's 35-year-old team record of 1,287.


Combined receiving yards for Lockett and Metcalf, just the second duo in Seahawks history to eclipse 1,000 receiving yards in the same season, joining Brian Blades and Joey Galloway (1995)


Touchdown catches by both Metcalf and Lockett, the second time a Seahawks receiving duo has posted double-digit touchdown receptions (Steve Largent and Daryl Turner, 1984).


Career touchdown passes by Russell Wilson after he threw two more on Sunday, moving him past Dan Marino for the second most in NFL history through a quarterback's first nine seasons. Only Peyton Manning (275) threw more through nine seasons.


Touchdown passes by Wilson this season, making him the 10th quarterback in NFL history to have a season with 40 touchdown passes, and one of four non-first-round quarterbacks to do it along with Tom Brady, Drew Brees and Kurt Warner.


Tackles for loss made by K.J. Wright, who added one more on Sunday, finishing one short of the career-high 12 he had in 2016.


Tackles by Jordyn Brooks, a team high, the third time in the past five games he has led the team or been tied for the lead in tackles. The rookie linebacker tied Jamal Adams and D.J. Reed for the team lead in tackles last week with eight, and tied Adams for the team lead with 11 in Week 13.


Sacks by Seattle's defense, including 2.0 by Benson Mayowa. The Seahawks have recorded at least three sacks in nine of their last 10 games, giving them a league-high 37 over that span after recording only nine in their first six games.


Field goals made by kicker Jason Myers this season on as many attempts, making him just the third kicker in NFL history to have 20 or more field goal attempts in a season without a miss, joining Indianapolis' Mike Vanderjagt, who went 37 for 37 in 2003, and Minnesota's Gary Anderson, who went 35 for 35 in 1998. Myers has made a team-record 35-consecutive field goals dating back to last season.


Michael Dickson punts downed inside the 20, including a 63-yarder on Sunday that was fair caught at the 11-yard line. Dickson finished the season leading the league in punts inside the 20, ranked second in punting average (49.6), and third in net average (44.4). Dickson's average and net average broke his own team records set in his All-Pro rookie season.


Special teams tackles made by Cody Barton (3) and Pro-Bowler Nick Bellore (2) on Sunday. Barton finished year with 16 special teams tackles, tops in the NFC and second most in the NFL, while Bellore had 14, which is tied for third most in the league.

The best photos from Week 17's Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers game at State Farm Stadium in Arizona. Fueled by Nesquik.

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