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Ten Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks' Week 6 Win at Cleveland

Ten numbers that helped tell the story of Seattle’s 32-28 win over the Browns.


The Seahawks overcame a big first-half deficit Sunday to beat the Cleveland Browns 32-28, their third straight road win this season. Here are 10 numbers that helped tell the story of Seattle's win:


Road wins for the Seahawks this season, marking their first 3-0 road start since the 1980 season.


Wins for the Seahawks through their first six games, marking the third time in franchise history they've started a season 5-1. The Seahawks also started 5-1 in 2003 when they finished 10-6, making the playoffs as a Wild Card team, and in 2013 when they, well, you know what happened that year.


Consecutive games for Russell Wilson with a passer rating over 100 to open the season. Wilson joins Carson Palmer (six games in 2005), Tom Brady (eight games in 2007) and Aaron Rodgers (12 games in 2011) to post a 100 or better passer rating in at least six straight games to start a season. Rodgers and Brady both went on to win the MVP award those seasons.


Consecutive pass attempts for Wilson without an interception, a streak that breaks his previous team record of 202 attempts set in 2016. Wilson also had a streak of 197 attempts without a pick from 2016 to 2017, giving him the three longest such streaks in team history.


Takeaways by Seattle's defense—interceptions by Tre Flowers, Tedric Thompson and K.J. Wright, and a forced fumble and recovery by Ziggy Ansah—the most for Seattle's defense since it had five in a Week 5 win over the Rams in 2017.


Consecutive 100-yard games for running back Chris Carson, who rushed for 124 yards and 1 touchdown on 24 carries. This is the second time Carson has had a streak of three straight 100-yard games, having also accomplished the feat in the final three games of last season.


Interceptions for Tedric Thompson in as many games.


Blocked punt by David Moore, the first of his career and the first for the Seahawks since Tanner McEvoy blocked a punt at Arizona in 2016.


First downs made by Seattle's offense, the most since the Seahawks had 31 in last year's win over the Chiefs.


Second-half yards gained by the Browns after they gained 302 in the first half.

Game action photos from the Seattle Seahawks' Week 6 matchup against the Cleveland Browns.