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By The Numbers: Seahawks vs Cardinals

Ten numbers that stood out from the Seahawks' 26-24 loss to the Cardinals in Week 17.

The Seattle Seahawks finished the 2017 regular season with a 9-7 record after falling to the Arizona Cardinals 26-24 in the season finale at CenturyLink Field. Here are 10 numbers from the Week 17 matchup:


Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin recorded his first career interception in the final game of his rookie season.


Cornerback DeShawn Shead recorded two special teams tackles against the Cardinals, his first two of the year after rehabbing from a serious knee injury.


After recording four receptions for 90 yards, Doug Baldwin passed Darrell Jackson for fourth on Seattle's all-time receptions list.


Seahawks defensive end Dion Jordan recorded four sacks this season in five total games.


Baldwin also recorded the seventh multi-touchdown regular season game of his career.


Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham finished the regular season with 10 receiving touchdowns, which tied him for the second-most this year with Green Bay wide receiver Davante Adams.


Griffin finished his rookie season with 15 passes defended, which ranks near the top among NFC rookies. 


Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson finished as the NFL's leader in touchdown passes with 34.


With his 29-yard touchdown reception via Wilson, Baldwin passed Joey Galloway for 6th on Seattle's all-time total touchdowns list with 43.


Lockett's 156 return yards on Sunday were his second-most in a game this season, just behind the 197 he recorded against Atlanta. 

Fan photos from the Seahawks' Week 17 game against the Arizona Cardinals.

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