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16 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 12 Loss At Washington

Sixteen numbers that helped tell the story of Monday night’s loss to the Washington Football Team.


The Seahawks lost another close game on Monday night, falling 17-15 to the Washington Football Team, a loss that drops Seattle's record to 3-8. In addition to that final score, here are 16 numbers that helped tell the story of the Seahawks' Week 12 loss:


Losses for the Seahawks, their highest total since they finished 7-9 in 2011.


Games out of the last seven that the Seahawks have scored 20 or fewer points.


The number of times in the past five games the defense has held an opponent under 17 points.


Average points scored by Seahawks opponents this season, giving Seattle the No. 6 scoring defense in the league.

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The Seahawks' total number of offensive plays run, and their time of possession, both season lows for Seattle. This is the second straight game in which the Seahawks have established new season lows in those two categories.


Offensive plays run by Washington, the ninth time in 11 games an opponent has finished with 70 or more offensive plays.


First downs for the Seahawks, a season low, leading to eight possessions that ended in punts, including six three-and-outs.


Interceptions by Jamal Adams in the past three games, matching his career total in his previous 66 games. Adams also has 28 tackles, two quarterback hits and three passes defensed in those three games.


Receiving yards for Tyler Lockett on just three catches, his fourth game this season averaging more than 20 yards per reception.


Tackles made by Jordyn Brooks, who now has 112 for the season, and has had 13 or more in each of the past three games.


Tackles made by Bobby Wagner this season, an NFL high, after he added 14 more to his total on Monday. Brooks, meanwhile, ranks fifth in the league in tackles.


Rushing yards for the Seahawks on 12 carries, both season lows.


Points scored by Rasheem Green after he blocked an extra point and returned it 80 yards to give the Seahawks a rare defensive 2-point conversion.


Sack made by Darrell Taylor, giving him a team-high 5.0 this season.


Kickoff return by Dee Eskridge in the second half, gaining a total of 54 yards, the first two returns of the season for the rookie receiver

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