The Seahawks improved to 6-1 with Sunday's win over the 49ers, a game that saw big performances by the usual suspects like Russell Wilson, Bobby Wagner and DK Metcalf, but that also featured some unsung heroes stepping up to fill in for injured players. In addition to the 37-27 final score, here are 14 numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday's win over the 49ers:
Wins, compared to just eight losses, for the Seahawks in games following a loss dating back to 2012.
Russell Wilson's NFL-leading touchdown total after he threw four more in Sunday's game. Wilson has thrown three or more touchdowns in six of seven games this year, and four or more in four games.
Career touchdown passes for Wilson, who in less than nine seasons already ranks 22nd all time, and will crack the top 20 with three more TD passes. Wilson is one of three players, along with Peyton Manning and Dan Marino, to throw 250 touchdown passes in his first nine seasons.
Rushing yards for Russell Wilson, giving him 4,253 in his career and moving him past Steve Young into fourth place for most rushing yards by a quarterback. Only Michael Vick, Cam Newton and Randall Cunningham have rushed for more yards than Wilson at the position.
Tackles made by Bobby Wagner, giving him double-digit tackles in four-straight games.
Sacks by Wagner, matching his career high. Wagner also established a career high with four quarterback hits, and matched his career high with three tackles for loss.
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Receiving yards and receptions by DK Metcalf, both career highs. Metcalf also matched a career high with two touchdown catches.
Receiving touchdowns by Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, who are both tied for the NFL lead in receiving touchdowns with seven apiece.
Interception by D.J. Reed in his Seahawks debut. Reed's first-half pick of Jimmy Garoppolo was also the first interception of his career.
Touchdowns scored by rookie running back DeeJay Dallas, the first two of his NFL career.
Yards gained by the 49ers through the first three quarters, including just one yard in the third quarter.
Third-down conversions by the Seahawks on 15 attempts, their most third-down conversions this season and best conversion rate (60 percent).
Sack by Alton Robinson in his first start. The rookie defensive end now has 2.0 sacks and 4 tackles for loss in five games this season. Robinson also played 70 percent of Seattle's defensive snaps, by far his most playing time this year.
Defensive snaps played at defensive end by rookie Stephen Sullivan. A receiver and tight end in college, the seventh-round pick out of LSU, who was elevated from the practice squad Saturday, was playing his first defensive snaps since high school.
The best photos from Week 8's Seahawks-49ers game at CenturyLink Field. Fueled by Nesquik.