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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:

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. 

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

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. 


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

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. 

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. 

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


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.


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


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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