By the Numbers: Seahawks at Rams

Ten numbers that stood out in the Seahawks' 16-10 win over the Rams.

The Seattle Seahawks moved over .500 after defeating the Los Angeles Rams 16-10 on Sunday. Here are 10 numbers that stood out from the Week 5 contest:

1

The Seahawks won their first game against the Rams in Los Angeles, and yesterday's win ended a three-game losing streak against the franchise on the road.

1

Sheldon Richardson's interception of Rams quarterback Jared Goff was the first of his entire NFL career.

4

One of the biggest plays of yesterday's game was the forced fumble Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark caused in the fourth quarter. The turnover was the fourth of Clark's three-year career.

4.5

In his last three games against the Rams, Clark has recorded 4.5 sacks.

5

The Seahawks forced a season-high five turnovers vs the Rams. This was the first time they've forced that many in a game since they intercepted New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning five times on Dec. 15, 2013.

6

After recording six receptions for 37 yards against the Rams, Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham passed Jerramy Stevens for fourth-place on Seattle's all-time receptions by a tight end list and surpassed Christian Fauria for second place on the all-time receiving yards list.

8

By recording eight tackles, Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner passed Dave Brown for seventh place on Seattle's all-time tackles list with 685.

10

Seattle held the Rams to 10 points in yesterday's game. Los Angeles entered Week 5 as the top-ranked scoring offense in the league averaging 35.5 points per game.

23-6

The Seahawks are 23-6 in games played prior to their bye week, which is the best record in the NFL.

50

The Seahawks defense limited Rams running back Todd Gurley to a season-low 50 all-purpose yards. Gurley totaled 43 yards rushing and seven yards receiving following a 215-yard performance against the Dallas Cowboys the week prior.

Game action photos from the Seahawks' 16-10 victory over the Los Angeles Rams in Week 5.

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