Statistical notes from the Seahawks’ 38-7 win over Minnesota

Dec 6, 2015, 6:19 PM | Updated: 6:23 pm
Thomas Rawls has the most rushing yards by an undrafted player in his first six career starts since...
Thomas Rawls has the most rushing yards by an undrafted player in his first six career starts since 1970. (AP)
(AP)

A few Seahawks notes and stats after their 38-7 win over Minnesota:

• Russell Wilson threw for three more touchdowns with no interceptions on 21 of 27 passing for 274 yards. He had thrown for 10 touchdowns and seven interceptions with a 65.8 percent completion rate over Seattle’s first nine games. His numbers over the last three games: 11 touchdowns, zero interceptions and a 76.7 percent completion rate. Seattle’s records in those spans are 4-5 and 3-0.

• Wilson also carried nine times for 51 yards and his first rushing touchdown of the season. According to the NFL, Wilson now has seven career games with at least one passing touchdown, at least one rushing touchdown and no interceptions. Only Carolina’s Cam Newton had more in his first four seasons with 12.

• Wilson’s 146.0 passer rating against Minnesota was the third-best of any regular-season game in his career. He’s posted three of the top five passer ratings of his career over the last three games. The other two were 147.9 against Pittsburgh (second) and 138.5 against San Francisco (fifth).

• Thomas Rawls ran for 101 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries Sunday. According to the NFL, Rawls has the most rushing yards (711) by an undrafted player in his first six career starts since the AFL-NFL merger in 1970.

• Doug Baldwin caught five passes for 94 yards and two touchdowns. Over the last four games, Baldwin has caught 24 passes for 433 yards and six touchdowns. He’s on pace to become Seattle’s first 1,000-yard receiver since Bobby Engram in 2007.

• According to ESPN Stats & Info, this is the first time since 2005 that Seattle has scored 28 points in four consecutive games.

• According to ESPN Stats & Info, Minnesota’s 125 yards of offense was the lowest output for any NFL team this season.

• Seattle held Minnesota’s Adrian Peterson to 18 rushing yards (on eight carries), his third-fewest in any game since he entered the league in 2007.

• Rookie defensive lineman Frank Clark had two sacks. He has three over the last two games compared to zero over the first 10, one of which he missed with an injury.

• Free safety Earl Thomas picked off a pass for Seattle’s lone interception. The Seahawks picked off four passes last week, giving them five interceptions over the last two games compared to four over the first 10.

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