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December 2, 2013 at 11:20 PM

Post-game notes

Here are a bunch of post-game notes on Seattle’s win over the Saints tonight:

The Seahawks held the Saints to 188 total yards from scrimmage, their lowest total since the final game of the 2001 season on January 6, 2002, versus San Francisco – a span of 188 games.

The Seahawks limited New Orleans to 90 yards in the first half. That tied the 11th lowest total for a Seahawks opponent in the first half. It is the third time in 2013 alone they have allowed 90 or fewer yards in 2013. They allowed 64 vs. Jacksonville – 9/22/2013 (2nd in team history) and 82 vs. San Francisco – 9/15/2013 (tied 7th in team history).
Rank      Yards     Opponent           Date

2nd          64           Jacksonville        9/22/13
T 7th        82           San Francisco     9/15/13
11th         90           New Orleans      12/2/13

The Seahawks continued their franchise record for consecutive home wins with 14. The prior record was 12 (2004-06).

Seattle’s punt coverage unit has allowed just 15 return yards and leads the league.

The Seahawks 12th Man set an attendance record for CenturyLink Field – 68,387, eclipsing the record from earlier this season of 68,338 vs. San Francisco (9/15/13).

The Seahawks 12th Man set a Guinness Book of World Records with the largest crowd roar – 137.6 decibels.

Russell Wilson now has 22 career victories, tied for the most in NFL history through a QB’s first two seasons. He is tied with Ben Roethilisberger.
Russell Wilson, Sea          22
Ben Roethlisberger, Pit 22
Dan Marino, Mia              21
Joe Flacco, Bal                   20
Matt Ryan, Atl                   20

Wilson’s 139.6 passer rating is the second highest of his career. He set his career high last home game with a  151.4 passer rating vs. Minnesota. His third best was 136.3 vs. St. Louis (12/30/12).
151.4     Minnesota          11/17/13
139.6     New Orleans      12/2/13
136.3     St. Louis               12/30/12


Wilson won his 14th-consective home game and tied Marc Bulger for the third-most consecutive home wins to start a career.
QBs with the Most Consecutive Home Wins to Start a Career Since 1970
16           Danny White, Dal             1980-81
15           Kurt Warner, StL               1990-91
14           Russell Wilson, Sea          2012-13
14           Marc Bulger, StL               2002-04
10           Doug Flutie, Buf                                1988-98

With one run of 10-plus yards tonight, Lynch now leads the NFL (tied with Adrian Peterson) with 30 total runs of 10-plus yards.

With a 60-yard reception, it marked the third-longest of his career and the second-longest play for Seattle in 2013.
86t          vs. Philadelphia         10/18/2009
63t          vs. San Diego             9/28/2008
60           vs. New Orleans       12/2/2013

Coleman scored his first-career TD on an 8-yard scoring pass from Wilson. He caught a carom off of Kellen Davis, keeping his feet in bounds and lunging for the end zone.

With his first-quarter sack and forced fumble, he leads the team with 7.5 sacks and four forced fumbles. His forced fumble resulted in a 22-yard Michael Bennett return TD.

With a 22-yard fumble return for a the game’s first TD in the first quarter, it marked Bennett’s first-career TD.



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