A boatload of impressive stats came out of Sunday’s 36-18 win over Arizona. Check them out:
The Seahawks are 2-3 on the road. The rest of the NFC West is a combined 1-12.
Seattle’s five sacks on Sunday put it at 26 for the season, with seven games remaining. In 2009, the Seahawks had 28 in 16 games.
Through nine games this season, the Seahawks have as many wins (5) as they did in 16 games in 2009.
Matt Hasselbeck has one pick in his last four starts after throwing six interceptions in his first four games of 2010. The team is 3-1 in Hasselbeck’s last four starts.
Since giving up a combined 13 sacks to the Cardinals and Raiders in the final two games of October, the Seahawks have allowed just two total sacks in the first two contests of November.
Sunday marked the fourth time this season Seattle held an opponent under 20 percent on third down conversions. The Seahawks are No. 6 in the NFL on opponent third downs, allowing a measly 33 percent conversion percentage.
Seattle gave up just 41 rushing yards on Sunday, a season low and the sixth time this season an opponent has been held under 90 yards rushing.