SEAHAWKS POSTGAME NOTES
Seattle's 245 rushing yards were the most since setting a club record with 320 versus Houston on 10/16/05.
Seattle now ranks fourth in the NFL in rushing yards per game with 166.3 (2nd NFC). They rank tied for second in the NFL with five rushing TDs.
Seattle's 46 rushing attempts tie for 11th most in club history and most since rushing 48 times versus Green Bay on 11/27/06.
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The win marked Seattle's seventh-consecutive win over the St. Louis Rams. The streak ties a franchise record for most consecutive wins over one opponent. Seattle also had a streak of seven wins over the N.Y. Jets from 1977-83 and the San Diego Chargers from 1984-87.
With is 171st-career win (including playoffs) Holmgren tied Joe Gibbs for 10th all time. Bill Parcells is 9th with 183-career wins.
RB Julius Jones
Julius Jones rushed for 140 yards on 22 carries, fifth-best yardage total of his career. He has now played four-career games at Qwest Field (including postseason) and has averaged 144.1 yards/game. He has totaled 577 yards rushing and five TDs in four games. He is the first player since Maurice Morris (11/6/06 and 11/12/06) to rush for 100 or more yards in back to back games.
Jones ranks third in the NFL with 312 rushing yards this season. He has 61 total carries for a 5.1 average with 2 TDs.
WR Billy McMullen
Tied career high for receptions (4) and set personal best with 76 receiving yards.
RB T.J. Duckett
Two rushing TDs were the most since career-best four on 12/12/04 vs. Oakland.