The Seattle Seahawks moved to 7-4 on the season after defeating the San Francisco 49ers 24-13 on Sunday. Here are 10 numbers that stood out from the Week 12 contest:
In the third quarter, Seahawks tight end Nick Vannett recorded the first touchdown reception of his NFL career. Vannett’s 17-yard catch from quarterback Russell Wilson put the Seahawks up 14-6 at the time.
Additionally at tight end, Jimmy Graham’s 1-yard touchdown pass from Wilson in the fourth quarter moved him into first-place on Seattle’s all-time touchdowns by a tight end list with 16. Graham is currently tied with Antonio Brown and Marvin Jones for second in the league behind Houston’s DeAndre Hopkins for the lead in receiving touchdowns with eight.
Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner recorded interceptions in both games against the 49ers this year.
The Seahawks tied their season-low for penalties in a game with just six for a total of only 35 yards on those calls.
By recording a sack, Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett tied Chris Clemons for seventh-place on Seattle’s all-time sacks list with 38.
Seattle’s defense was flying all over the field and getting pressure on 49ers quarterback C.J. Beathard, recording a whopping 13 quarterback hits on Sunday.
With yesterday’s win, Wilson improved to 23-4 in his career in games following an in-season loss, the best record by a starting quarterback since the 1970 merger with a minimum of 15 starts.
After rushing for 227 total yards in the past two games against the Seahawks, Seattle’s defense held 49ers running back Carlos Hyde to just 47 yards in Week 12.
Wilson also broke his tie with Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco and became the winningest quarterback in a player’s first six seasons with 63 wins.
Seahawks punter Jon Ryan recorded his longest punt of the season against the 49ers in the second quarter. Ryan’s 74-yard punt was the second-longest of career just behind a 77-yard punt he recorded in 2011.
Game action photos from the Seahawks' 24-13 victory over the 49ers in Week 12 at Levi's Stadium.