The Seahawks lost to the Rams 28-12 Sunday night, their worst loss of the season and just their third loss overall. In addition to the final score, here are eight numbers that helped tell the story of the game.
Double-digit losses, postseason included, for the Seahawks since midway through the 2011 season. While Sunday's loss was rough, it also served as a reminder of just how rare games like that have been for the Seahawks under Pete Carroll.
Road loss this season for the Seahawks, who were 6-0 away from home before Sunday.
Interceptions for Quandre Diggs, including one he returned for a 55-yard score. Diggs now has three interceptions, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery in his four games with the Seahawks.
Rushing yards for Chris Carson this season after last night's game, making him the sixth running back in Seahawks history to have back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons, and the first since Marshawn Lynch had four straight from 2011-2014.
Touchdowns scored by Seattle's offense, something that hasn't happened since the 2017 season opener in Green Bay. The Seahawks moved the ball well at times, but were 0 for 2 in the red zone, compared to a 4 for 5 red-zone conversion rate for the Rams.
Rushing attempts by the Seahawks offense, a season low. The Seahawks ran the ball well, averaging 5.0 yards per carry, but the early deficit made it hard to stick with the running game.
Receiving yards for DK Metcalf this season after his team-high 78 yards on six catches Sunday. That's the third most receiving yards by a rookie in franchise history, trailing only Doug Baldwin (788) and Joey Galloway (1,039).
Michael Dickson punts that have pinned opponents inside the 20 this season, including three on Sunday, already more than his 2018 total of 28, and tied for third most in the NFL.
Game action photos from the Seattle Seahawks' Week 14 matchup against the Los Angeles Rams.