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By the Numbers: Seahawks at Titans

Ten numbers that stood out from the Seahawks' Week 3 loss to the Titans.

The Seattle Seahawks fell to 1-2 after falling to the Tennessee Titans 33-27 on Sunday. Here are 10 numbers that stood out from the Week 3 contest:


Seahawks running back Chris Carson scored the first touchdown of his career with a 10-yard receiving score in the third quarter. 

For the second week in a row, Paul Richardson hauled in a touchdown pass in the fourth quarter. The 8-yard touchdown against the Titans was the fourth of his career and all of them have come in the same quarter. 


Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham had his best game of the season, catching seven passes for 72 yards.


Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin caught 10 passes for 105 yards and a touchdown against the Titans. The 10 receptions by Baldwin were the second-most he's recorded in a regular season game. The 15 targets he saw were also the second-most. 


By recording 11 tackles against the Titans, Bobby Wagner passed Seahawks Legend Cortez Kennedy for eighth-place on the Seattle's all-time tackles list. 


Seattle's offense recorded a season-high 24 first downs Sunday, topping their previous high of 21. 


Baldwin's 4-yard touchdown reception tied him with Joey Galloway for third-place on the team's all-time receiving touchdowns list with 37. 


Russell Wilson threw for a regular season career-high 373 yards on 49 passing attempts against the Titans. 


It was a busy day for Seahawks punter Jon Ryan, who punted eight times for 388 yards.


As a team, the Seahawks recorded a season-high 433 total yards against the Titans. 

Fan photos from the Seahawks' Week 3 game against the Titans in Tennessee.

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