The Seattle Seahawks moved to 4-2 on the season after defeating the New York Giants 24-7 on Sunday. Here are 10 numbers that stood out from the Week 7 contest:
Seahawks defensive tackle Jarran Reed had arguably the best game of his young career against the Giants. Not only did Reed record a career-high seven combined tackles, but he forced his first NFL fumble yesterday.
Seahawks wide receiver Paul Richardson recorded the fifth regular season receiving score of his NFL career via a 38-yard pass from Russell Wilson. All five of his touchdowns have come in the fourth quarter for Seattle.
Including the playoffs, the Seahawks are now 5-0 all-time at MetLife Stadium.
By recording eight tackles, Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner passed Jeff Bryant for sixth-place on Seattle's all-time tackles list.
After catching nine passes for 92 yards against the Giants, Doug Baldwin passed Bobby Engram for fifth-place on Seattle's all-time receptions list. His 22-yard touchdown reception also moved him into third-place on the team's all-time receiving touchdowns list with 38.
If Russell Wilson throws three touchdowns in a game, it's virtually impossible for the Seahawks to lose. During the regular season, the Seahawks are 12-0 when Wilson throws for three touchdowns against an opponent.
In three regular season games at MetLife Stadium, Baldwin has totaled 23 receptions for 299 yards and three touchdowns.
The Seahawks recorded a season-high 26 first downs against the Giants, including 15 in the first half, when New York ran just 18 offensive plays.
Wilson has now tied Pittsburgh's Ben Roethlisberger and Atlanta's Matt Ryan for second-place for most wins by a quarterback in his first six seasons with 60.
With Sunday's victory, head coach Pete Carroll tied Dennis Green for 35th place on the NFL's all-time coaches wins list with 117.
Game action photos from the Seahawks' 24-7 victory over the New York Giants in Week 7.