The Seattle Seahawks moved to 7-2-1 on the season after defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 26-15 in front of a record-setting crowd of 69,190 at CenturyLink Field on Sunday. To recap notable player performances, team milestones and (of course) how the game played out, we compiled 10 numbers from the Week 11 contest.
Russell Wilson's 15-yard touchdown reception from Doug Baldwin was the first receiving touchdown by a Seahawks quarterback in franchise history. It was Wilson's third catch in his NFL career — second-most by a Seahawks quarterback behind Seneca Wallace's four — and it was the fourth receiving touchdown by a QB in the NFL since 2008.
BONUS: Baldwin is currently the only player in the league with a perfect passer rating of 158.3. He's unlikely to throw another pass this season, so there's a good chance he'll keep this number.
The Eagles didn't pick off Wilson at all on Sunday, marking the second time this season they didn't intercept an opposing quarterback in a game. Wilson has thrown six touchdowns with no picks in his last three contests combined.
Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham caught his fourth touchdown pass of the season from Wilson on an improvised play in the second quarter. All four of Graham's touchdowns have come in Seattle.
Defensive end Cliff Avril recorded his 10th sack yesterday against the Eagles, which tied the most he's had in a season while a member of the Seahawks. With six games left, he is one more away from tying the most he's had in a season for his career (he recorded 11 in 2011 while a member of the Detroit Lions).
Currently, Avril is tied with Buffalo's Lorenzo Alexander and Kansas City's Dee Ford as the NFL's leader in sacks.
Heading into the game, the Eagles scored 20-plus points in 11 consecutive games dating back to 2015, the longest active streak in the NFL. That streak came to an end Sunday against the Seahawks, who obviously held them to 16 points.
Richard Sherman recorded his fourth interception of the season Sunday, his 30th since 2011, which leads the NFL.
C.J. Prosise's 72-yard touchdown run on Seattle's second offensive drive Sunday was the seventh-longest run from scrimmage in club history, and the longest ever recorded at CenturyLink Field. Additionally, it was the second longest touchdown run by a rookie in team history, only trailing Joey Galloway's 85-yard run in 1995 that came against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll became the 39th head coach in NFL history to win 100 regular season games. He is one of 43 coaches in league history with 100 combined wins (regular season and postseason), with 109.
Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner recorded 15 combined tackles against the Eagles, the sixth time this season he's recorded 10-plus tackles in a game. More importantly, Wagner moved his season total for tackles to 108 (tops in the league) and became the first Seattle linebacker to record 100 or more tackles in five consecutive seasons.
Lastly, the Seahawks racked up a season-high 439 total yards (7.0 per play) against the Eagles, which included 287 through the air, and a season-best 152 (5.1 per rush) on the ground.