The Seattle Seahawks fell to 8-5 on the season after losing to the Jacksonville Jaguars 30-24 on Sunday. Here are 10 numbers that stood out from the Week 14 contest:
Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin is one touchdown reception away from tying Joey Galloway for seventh-place on Seattle's all-time receiving touchdowns list. Baldwin hauled in a 26-yard touchdown pass from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in the third quarter was the 42nd of his career.
Entering this past weekend as the NFL's leader in sacks, Jacksonville sacked Wilson just twice yesterday.
Dating back to the 2011 season, the Seahawks have lost by double digits just three times in 112 games, postseason included.
For only the fifth time this season, the Seahawks defense allowed an opponent to gain over 100 net yards rushing.
Seahawks cornerback Byron Maxwell had a season-high nine tackles.
With his 61-yard touchdown pass to Paul Richardson, Wilson set a new NFL record for touchdown passes in a fourth quarter for a season. He later threw another to Tyler Lockett. In the fourth quarter this season, Wilson has completed 84 of 120 passes for 1,177 yards, the 17 touchdowns and just one interception, good for a 137.4 quarterback rating.
In the first quarter of Sunday's game, Jaguars backup running back Chris Ivory had a 34-yard run, which was the longest the Seahawks defense has allowed since Week 3 in Tennessee.
Richardson's 61-yard touchdown was the longest reception of his NFL career. He has four touchdowns in his past four games against the AFC.
Lockett's fourth quarter 74-yard touchdown was the longest reception of his pro career.
Thanks to Wilson and running back Mike Davis, the Seahawks had a spark running the football for the second week in a row. The Seahawks gained 141 yards on the ground against the Jaguars, which was their third-highest total in a game this season.
Fan photos from the Seahawks' Week 14 road game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.