The Seahawks enjoyed one of their most complete victories of the season on Sunday when they beat the Lions 51-29 at Lumen Field, a game that featured big performances on offense, takeaways on defense and plenty of other things to like in all phases of the game. In addition to the lopsided final score, here are 16 numbers that help tell the story of Sunday's win at Lumen Field:
Points scored by the Seahawks, their first 50-point game since a 50-17 win over Buffalo in Week 15 of the 2012 season, a game that followed a 58-0 win over Arizona the previous week.
Yards gained by the Seahawks, a season high.
Rushing yards gained by the Seahawks, also a season high.
Successful third down conversions on 12 attempts, Seattle's best third-down conversion rate of the season.
Offensive plays run by the Seahawks, a season high.
Seattle's time of possession, a season high.
Career victories, postseason included, for Russell Wilson, matching Peyton Manning for the most by a quarterback in his first 10 seasons.
Touchdown passes for Wilson, giving him 22 this season. Wilson joins Manning and Dan Marino as the only quarterbacks in league history to throw 20 or more touchdowns in each of their first 10 seasons.
Rushing yards gained by Rashaad Penny, who became just the sixth back in franchise history to rush for at least 170 yards in a game along with Shaun Alexander (7 times), Curt Warner (2), Chris Warren (2), Ricky Watters and Thomas Rawls.
Rushing yards for Penny over the past four weeks on 69 carries, the most in the NFL over that span.
Receiving yads for Tyler Lockett this season, a new career high.
Career receiving yards for DK Metcalf after his 63-yard, three-touchdown game on Sunday. That's the most receiving yards in a player's first three seasons in team history, passing Joey Galloway. Metcalf is now up to 29 career touchdowns, which moved him past Galloway for the second most in team history through three seasons, trailing only Daryl Turner who had 30.
Interceptions by D.J. Reed, the first two this season by a Seahawks cornerback.
Turnovers by Seattle's offense, their ninth such game this season. That's the most turnover-free games the Seahawks have had in a season in franchise history, having previously had eight turnover-free games in both 2005 and 2018.
Tackles made by Jordyn Brooks, giving him 164 this season. That's the third highest single-season total in franchise history behind Bobby Wagner's 170 this season, and his 167 in 2016.
Interception by Ugo Amadi, the first of his career.