The Seahawks were not penalized in a game for the third time in team history and the first time since December 16, 2001, versus Dallas. Seattle also did not have a penalty called on December 6, 1987, versus Pittsburgh.
Seattle rushed for 144 net yards versus Baltimore today nearly doubling their season average (77.0). It marked the most yards allowed by the Ravens defense since allowing 162 at Tennessee last November 12.
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Seattle set a single-season attendance record with 545,551 tickets distributed. The prior record was set last season (543,820).
Seattle's first scoring drive of the day, 89 yards, was the longest of the season.
If Seattle holds Atlanta to 13 or fewer points next week they will set a club mark for fewest points allowed in a season. The team allowed 261 in 1991. (The Seahawks allowed 147 points in 1982 – 9 games).
QB Matt Hasselbeck
- Has set a club single-season record for attempts (537) passing Dave Krieg's record of 531 in 1985.
- With two TD passes, set a career-high with 27 on the season. Had 26 in 2003.
- Needs 23 passing yards next week at Atlanta to set a club record for passing yards in a season. Hasselbeck had 3,841 in 2003.
RB Shaun Alexander
- Alexander scored his 111th career TD (12th receiving) and first receiving TD since December 24, 2005, versus Indianapolis.
LB Leroy Hill
- Returned a fumble in the second quarter 20 yards for his first –career TD.
DE Patrick Kerney
- Has NFL-leading 14.5 sacks with 1.0 today. Also had two forced fumbles and now has a career-high five for the season.
NFL Sack Leaders (Updated following Sunday's afternoon games)
1. Kerney, Patrick (SEA) 14.5
2. Williams, Mario (HST) 14.0
3. Allen, Jared (KC) 13.5
4. Ware, DeMarcus (DAL) 13.0
4. Umenyiora, Osi (NYG) 13.0
WR Bobby Engram
- Set club record for most receptions in a season with 90 after today's game. Darrell Jackson has 87 in 2004. Also set a personal career high topping his total of 88 in 1999 while with Chicago.
K Josh Brown
- Moved into fourth place on the team's all-time scoring list with 560 career points passing Todd Peterson (555). Needs 49 more points to move into third place (Steve Largent – 608).