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Ten Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 10 Win Over The San Francisco 49ers

Ten numbers that helped tell the story of the Seahawks’ 27-24 overtime win over the 49ers.


The Seahawks head into their bye week with an 8-2 record thanks to Monday night's wild 27-24 victory over the San Francisco 49ers. In addition to the final score, here are 10 numbers that helped tell the story of Monday night's overtime win:


Road victories in five tries for the Seahawks this season, marking the first time in franchise history that the Seahawks won their first five road games.


Rushing yards gained by the 49ers on 27 carries, a season-low total for the league's No. 2 rushing offense, a total that was barely more than half of their season average of 171.1 heading into the game.

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Sacks and quarterback hits recorded by Seattle's defense, which had only 15 sacks through the first nine games of the season.


Defensive touchdowns scored by Jadeveon Clowney after Monday's 10-yard return of a fumble forced by Jarran Reed. Clowney also returned an interception for a score in Seattle's Week 4 win at Arizona.


Consecutive regular season starts made by Russell Wilson, moving him past Chris Gray for the most in franchise history.


Takeaways by Seattle's defense, all of which led to touchdowns. It was Seattle's fourth game with three or more takeaways this season, but unfortunately the Seahawks lost the turnover battle thanks to four turnovers on offense.


Kicks made by Jason Myers—three extra points and two field goals—including the game-winning 42-yarder in overtime. Myers bounced back in a big way after missing three kicks a week earlier, including a potential game-winner.

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Catches and receiving yards for tight end Jacob Hollister, both career highs. Hollister also had a touchdown reception, his third in the past two weeks after recording none in his first 26 career games.


Wins by the Seahawks this season after trailing by 10 or more points, the most such victories in the league, per ESPN Stats & Info.


Defensive snaps played by Shaquem Griffin, his first action on defense this season. Griffin's playing time came as a stand-up edge rusher in passing situations.