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Seven Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 7 Loss To Baltimore

Six numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday’s loss to the Baltimore Ravens.


The Seahawks fell to 5-2 with a 30-16 loss to Baltimore, a game that saw the Ravens capitalize on a pair of huge takeaways by their defense. Here are seven numbers that helped tell the story of Sunday's game:


Turnovers by the Seahawks, their first home game with multiple turnovers since Week 15 of the 2017 season. Making matters worse for Seattle, Baltimore's defense scored on both of those takeaways.


Runs of 10 or more yards by Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson, including gains of 30 and 28 yards. Jackson, who rushed for 116 yards on 14 carries, also scored on an 8-yard run on fourth-and-2.


Consecutive pass attempts thrown by Russell Wilson without an interception from Week 17 of last season until Sunday's game, a franchise-record streak that came to an end in the second quarter.


Receiving touchdowns by Tyler Lockett since the start of last season after an impressive 8-yard touchdown catch Sunday. Only Indianapolis' Eric Ebron (16), Kansas City's Tyreek Hill (15) and Minnesota's Adam Thielen (15) have more among active players.


Tackles by Bobby Wagner, giving him 983 in his eight-year career. That total is one shy of Eugene Robinson's franchise record for career tackles.


Tackles by safety Marquise Blair in his first NFL start. Blair, a second-round pick out of Utah, also had a third-down pass breakup, as well as two tackles on special teams.


Defensive snaps played, out of 59 total, by defensive tackle Jarran Reed in his 2019 debut, a sign that he returned from suspension in great shape, as Pete Carroll noted.