The Seattle Seahawks’ bye week is upon them.
And there are a few things to look out for as they try to make up ground on the New England Patriots for first place in the AFC.1.
The Patriots have been dominant at home, going 5-0 against the AFC West, including a 10-1 record at Gillette Stadium.
The Patriots are 0-2 at Gilfield Stadium this season.
The Seahawks were 8-1 at Gilleas Stadium, including 6-0 in the last seven years.2.
The Seahawks are tied for second place in passing yards (5,074), and second in touchdowns (35) in the NFL.
They have been averaging 8.6 yards per pass attempt, which ranks No. 1 in the league.3.
Seattle has scored touchdowns on five different occasions this season, including three on Sunday, including the game-winning field goal by quarterback Russell Wilson.
Seattle is averaging 4.1 yards per play on the ground this season and is second in the NFC with an average of 3.9 yards per carry.4.
Seattle is 4-0 at CenturyLink Field and has won the last two games there.
The last time the Seahawks lost there was the 2001 season.5.
Russell Wilson threw for a season-high 356 yards Sunday and finished with six touchdowns.
Wilson completed 23 of 37 passes for 302 yards, three touchdowns and one interception.
The win capped a dominant week for Wilson.
He had eight completions for 107 yards and two touchdowns.
The offense also scored a touchdown on its first offensive play, when Wilson completed a pass from Wilson to tight end Luke Willson for a 10th-down gain.