The Seattle Seahawks improved to 8-4 on the season after defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 24-10 on Sunday. Here are 10 numbers that stood out from the Week 13 contest:
The five penalties the Seahawks committed against the Eagles were the fewest they've drawn in a game this year.
Jimmy Graham's 11-yard first quarter touchdown was his ninth of the season — tied for the NFL lead — in the past eight games.
The 10 points the Seahawks scored in the first quarter were the most by a Philadelphia opponent this season. The Eagles entered Sunday allowing 18 points the entire season during that period.
Additionally, the Seahawks held the Eagles to a season-low 10 points after scoring at least 20 points in every game this season.
With his 15-yard touchdown throw to running back J.D. McKissic, Russell Wilson tied Eli Manning (2011) for the most fourth quarter touchdowns in a single season with 15.
How good has Seattle's pass-rush been recently? In the past two games they've combined to record 25 quarterback hits.
Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz threw for a season-low 45 yards in the first half yesterday. According to NFL Research, that was the third time the Seahawks have held an opposing quarterback under 50 passing yards in the first half this season, tied for most in the NFL.
In his first game back from a groin injury, Mike Davis recorded a career-high 64 yards and sparked the Seahawks' running game.
Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright started the 100th game of his career against the Eagles and recorded 10 tackles with one quarterback hit.
Through mostly Davis and Wilson, the Seahawks totaled 101 yards rushing against the Eagles. This was just the third time this season the Eagles allowed a team to run for over 100 yards in a game.
Head to the Seahawks' sideline for an up-close-and-personal look at players and coaches during Seattle's game against the Philadelphia Eagles.