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Eleven Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 13 Win Over Minnesota

Eleven numbers that helped tell the story of Monday night’s win over the Vikings. 


The Seahawks improved to 10-2 on Monday night and moved into first place in the NFC West thanks to a 37-30 win over the Minnesota Vikings. In addition to that final score, here are 11 numbers that helped tell the story of Monday's victory, Seattle's fifth in a row:


Wins by the Seahawks through 12 games, moving them into first place in the NFC West. The Seahawks have now won 10 or more games in seven of their past eight seasons dating back to 2012. Prior to that year, Seattle had five seasons with 10 or more wins from 1976 to 2011.

This is also just the fourth time in franchise history the Seahawks have started 10-2 or better, having done so in 1984, 2005 and 2013 (11-1).


Quarterbacks in NFL history who have thrown for at least 3,000 yards and 20 touchdowns in each of their first eight seasons: Peyton Manning, and after going over 3,000 yards last night, Russell Wilson.


Touchdown passes thrown by Russell Wilson this season after his two against the Vikings, the most in the NFL through 12 games.


Regular-season home games won by the Seahawks dating back to 2012. Russell Wilson is now tied with Brett Favre for the most home wins by a quarterback in his first eight seasons.


NFL teams that rank in the top 10 in total offense, rushing offense, passing offense and points scored—the Seahawks and the Dallas Cowboys.


Career tackles for K.J. Wright after his nine-tackle game Monday, a total that moves him into third place on Seattle's all-time tackles list ahead of Keith Butler. Only Bobby Wagner (1,027) and Eugene Robinson (984) have more tackles as Seahawks.

Wright also now has 104 tackles this season, his fifth 100-tackle season. Only Wagner, who has eclipsed that mark in each of his eight seasons, has more 100-tackle seasons as a Seahawk.


Rushing yards gained by the Seahawks, a season high and their most since rushing for 273 against the Rams in Week 10 last season.


Takeaways, two by the defense and one on special teams. The Seahawks have now had three or more takeaways in three straight games and in five of their last seven. Seattle's total of 27 takeaways ranks third in the NFL behind Pittsburgh (30) and New England (29), and the Seahawks rank fifth in turnover differential at plus-10.


Turnovers caused by members of the 2018 draft class over the past two games—a pair of interceptions by cornerback Tre Flowers, and a pair of forced fumbles by defensive end Rasheem Green.


Of Michael Dickson's last nine punts that have pinned opponents inside the 20 going back to last week's game in Philadelphia. 


Length of Travis Homer's first NFL carry, which came on a well-executed fake punt.

Game action photos from the Seattle Seahawks' Week 13 matchup against the Minnesota Vikings.