Seahawks Vs. Bears Recap By The Numbers: Seattle Defense, Marshawn Lynch Lead Seahawks To Victory

The Seattle Seahawks had a phenomenal Week 15. They dominated the Chicago Bears on their home turf and stayed in the thick of the playoff race thanks to their victory and an upset loss by the New York Giants.

Let's take a look at some of the key offensive numbers in a big offensive game for Seattle.

Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson went 19-for-31 with 227 yards, a touchdown and no interceptions as he averaged 7.3 yards per pass and finished with a 94.4 passer rating. Jackson's touchdown was a two-yard pass to Michael Robinson in the fourth quarter.

Golden Tate led all receivers with four catches for 61 yards, with a long of 33. Marshawn Lynch was once again the leading rusher for Seattle, as he picked up 42 yards on 20 carries and scored two goal-line touchdowns.

Of course, the Seattle defense also managed to get into the act, snagging four interceptions and recovering a Chicago fumble. The four interceptions were by four different Seahawks players and two of those interceptions were returned for touchdowns. Red Bryant ran an interception back 20 yards for a touchdown in the third quarter, while Brandon Browner returned his interception 42 yards for a fourth-quarter touchdown.

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