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By The Numbers: Seahawks at Cowboys

Ten numbers that stood out from the Seahawks' 21-12 win over the Cowboys.

The Seattle Seahawks improved to 9-6 on the season after defeating the Dallas Cowboys 21-12 on Sunday. Here are 10 numbers that stood out from the Week 16 contest: 

Seahawks rookie cornerback Shaquill Griffin recorded the first sack of his career. 

Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright recorded the second interception of his career. 

Justin Coleman recorded the second interception of his NFL career. Both of his interceptions have came in a Seahawks uniform this season and both of them were returned for touchdowns. 

Jeremy Lane had a big impact on special teams against the Cowboys, recording three tackles.

With a sack at Dallas, Dion Jordan set a new career-high with 3.0 sacks this season. 

Russell Wilson is the first quarterback in NFL history to have a winning record in each of his first six seasons. 

The Seahawks' pass-rush improved its play against the Cowboys, hitting quarterback Dak Prescott eight times (in addition to four sacks). 


Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham scored his 10th touchdown of the season in Dallas, giving him his first double-digit touchdown year with the team and first since 2014.   


Earl Thomas recorded a team-high 11 tackles, which tied his season-high that was originally set Week 1 in Green Bay. 


Cornerback Byron Maxwell made arguably the play of the game by punching the ball out of Dez Bryant's hands in the second quarter, which resulted in Graham's touchdown. That was the 11th forced fumble of Maxwell's career and fourth as a member of the Seahawks.

The Seahawks come away victorious 21-12 against the Cowboys in Week 16 at AT&T Stadium. 

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