The Seattle Seahawks improved to 6-3 on the season after defeating the Arizona Cardinals 22-16 on Thursday Night Football. Here are 10 numbers that stood out from the Week 10 contest:
In his first game as a Seahawk, defensive end Dion Jordan recorded his first NFL sack since December 21, 2014.
Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham finished with six catches for 27 yards and two touchdowns against the Cardinals. Graham's two touchdowns moved his season total to six, and he has scored all of them in the past five games.
Bobby Wagner finished with 11 combined tackles against the Cardinals, which helped him pass Seahawks Legend Jacob Green for fifth-place on Seattle's all-time tackles list.
In primetime since 2010, the Seahawks have recorded a 21-3-1 combined record in Sunday, Monday and Thursday Night games. They have outscored opponents 649-332 in those games.
Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls ripped off his longest run of the season against the Cardinals, running for 23 yards.
The Seahawks defense held Cardinals running back Adrian Peterson to 29 yards on 21 attempts. This was the first time in Peterson's career he was held to under 30 yards rushing with 20 or more attempts.
With starting left tackle Duane Brown dealing with an ankle injury, Seahawks offensive lineman Matt Tobin filled in and played a season-high 31 snaps.
With yesterday's win, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson tied Baltimore's Joe Flacco for the most wins by a quarterback in his first six seasons with 62.
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman started his 99th consecutive game (including 12 in the postseason), which is the fourth-longest active streak among cornerbacks in the league. His streak will come to an end after sustaining a ruptured Achilles tendon in Arizona.
Additionally, Sherman never missed a game in his entire career, playing in 105 contests.
Game action photos from the Seahawks' 22-16 victory over the in Week 10 at University of Phoenix Stadium.