The Seahawks snapped a three-game losing streak with a wild 30-23 win over the 49ers, a game that featured multiple turnovers by both teams, a touchdown scored on a fake punt, a safety and plenty of other oddities. In addition to the final score, here are 15 numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday's win over the 49ers:
Points scored by the 49ers in the second half after they scored 23 in the first half on their way to a halftime lead. It was also the second straight week the Seahawks have held an opponent scoreless in the fourth quarter, something they did not accomplish in any of their first 10 games.
Plays run by Seattle's offense, a season high.
Seattle's time of possession, not just a season high, but also the first time this season the Seahawks have won the time of possession battle in a game.
Third-down conversions on 15 attempts, hardly a great rate, but four of those five came on Seattle's three touchdown drives in the second and third quarters.
Rushing yards gained by the 49ers, who averaged just 2.8 yards per carry. In their previous three games, all victories, the 49ers had rushed for 156, 171 and 208 yards.
Turnovers committed by the Seahawks, marking the first time they've won a game with three or more turnovers since an overtime win over the 49ers in Week 10 of the 2019 season. The Seahawks defense and special teams also had three takeaways, Seattle's first game forcing three turnovers since Week 3 of last season in a win over Dallas.
Length, in yards, of Travis Homer's touchdown run on a fake punt, Seattle's longest rushing touchdown since Tyler Lockett's 75-yard run against Carolina in 2016. It was also Homer's second special teams score this season to go along with a 44-yard return of an onside kick against the Jaguars.
Quandre Diggs' team-leading interception total after picking off Jimmy Garoppolo on Sunday. Diggs now has 12 interceptions in just 34 games since joining the Seahawks midway through the 2019 season, and he has three in six games against the 49ers.
Tackles made by Jordyn Brooks to lead the Seahawks. Brooks now has double-digit tackles in four straight games, and ranks fourth in the NFL with 123 tackles, 14 behind teammate Bobby Wagner's league-leading total.
Defensive snaps played by Carlos Dunlap II, who made the most of a limited role, recording a sack for a safety, as well as a pass defensed when he batted down the 49ers' fourth-down pass at the end of the game to preserve the win.
Touchdowns scored by Adrian Peterson after his 1-yard score on Sunday, moving him into a tie with Hall of Fame running back Jim Brown for the 10th most touchdowns in NFL history.
Michael Dickson punts downed inside the 20, the most in the NFL this season. Dickson had two more on Sunday, both of which pinned the 49ers inside their own 10-yard line.
Combined receptions for Tyler Lockett (7) and DK Metcalf (5), marking the first time since Seattle's Week 8 win over the Jaguars that both players had five or more receptions in the same game.
Completed passes for Russell Wilson 37 attempts, his first time completing 30 or more passes in a win since he went 31 for 35 in last year's season-opener at Atlanta.
Wilson's completion percentage, his highest since a Week 11 win over Arizona last season when he completed 82.1 percent of his passes.
Seahawks players, dancers, and staff will wear custom designed cleats and shoes supporting causes they feel passionate about during Week 13 vs. the San Francisco 49ers on December 5.