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By The Numbers: Seahawks Rack Up Season-High 534 Total Yards Against Carolina Panthers

A look at 10 key numbers from the Seahawks' 40-7 win over the Panthers.

The Seattle Seahawks moved to 8-3-1 on the season after defeating the Carolina Panthers 40-7 at CenturyLink Field on Sunday. To recap notable player performances, team milestones and (of course) how the game played out, we compiled 10 numbers from the Week 13 contest:


The Seahawks remain the lone team in the NFL with an undefeated record at home (6-0),where they have outscored opponents 172-99.


Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is now 18-3-1 in primetime games since taking over in 2010, which is the best record in the NFL.


Seahawks kicker Steven Hauschka notched a field goal in his 15th consecutive game yesterday, setting a new franchise-record. He made four field goals on the day and they came from 23, 37, 31 and 28 yards out.


K.J. Wright finished with three combined tackles against the Panthers, ending his consecutive games streak of recording 6-plus tackles at 20. Although the mark ended, Wright still finished the game strong with a pass deflection, a forced fumble and a tackle for loss. 


Coming off a season-high 80 yards rushing against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson carried the ball three times on the ground for 29 yards against Carolina. That moved him into eighth on Seattle's all-time rushing list, surpassing running back Maurice Morris. 


Wilson tied Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco for the most wins by a quarterback in his first five seasons with 54 wins (in his 76th game). Wilson is now two games away from tying Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan for the most ever.


Tyler Lockett provided the Seahawks with a handful of explosive plays Sunday, including a 75-yard end-around he took to the house. The run from Lockett was the longest by a Seahawks player this year, surpassing C.J. Prosise's 72-yard touchdown against the Philadelphia Eagles. The run was also the second-longest by a non-running back in team history, trailing Joey Galloway's 86-yard touchdown run in 1995.


Seattle's second offensive drive against the Panthers went nine plays and covered 92 yards before ending in a touchdown run by Thomas Rawls. The 92 net yards the Seahawks gathered tied the most they've compiled on a drive this season, a number they've hit three times, with each resulting in a touchdown.


With his 106 rushing yards (7.1 per carry), Rawls tied Christine Michael for the most by a Seahawks running back in a game this season. Additionally, this was the first game Rawls ran for two touchdowns in his NFL career.


The Seahawks gained a season-high 534 total yards in Week 13 —294 through the air, 240 on the ground. In three of the last four weeks, they have set a new season-high in yards. Over the last four, they are averaging 409.5 as a team.

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