Here are some noteworthy statistics and plays — plus our pick for player of the game — from Seattle's victory Sunday over Cleveland.

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Below are some noteworthy items from the Seahawks’ 30-13 victory over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday at CenturyLink Field, in which they clinched a playoff berth.

Times staff reporter Bob Condotta’s grades from the game are here, and Times staff reporter Jayson Jenks’ 3 observations from the game are here. And check out our Browns-Seahawks photo gallery from Times staff photographers Bettina Hansen, Dean Rutz and Mike Siegel here.

Player of the game

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson completed 21 of 30 passes for 249 yards and three touchdowns and no interceptions. He is the only player in NFL history to record five consecutive games with three or more TD passes and no interceptions.


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Play of the game

Tyler Lockett scored his third touchdown in the past two games when he caught a 27-yard pass from Wilson to open the fourth quarter. The TD gave Wilson 29 for the season, moving him past Matt Hasselbeck for second in team history. Hasselbeck had 28 TD passes in 2007. Dave Krieg had 32 in 1984.

By the numbers

4: Consecutive games with multiple TD catches for Doug Baldwin. According to ESPN Stats and Information, Baldwin is the third player in the Super Bowl era to record four consecutive games with two or more TD catches, joining Calvin Johnson (2011) and Cris Carter (1995).

6: Consecutive games the Seahawks have scored 29 or more points.

25: Consecutive games the Seahawks have had 100 or more yards rushing.

23: Consecutive games the Seahawks have not allowed a 100-yard rusher.

13: Baldwin’s second TD catch gave him 13 for the season, tying him with Daryl Turner’s franchise record. Turner had 13 TD catches in 1985.


“I think he’s that type of player. I might get some flack for that, but I’ve seen the game. I’m a student of the game. I understand players, and what they’re doing. He’s an amazing player.” — Richard Sherman, when asked about Baldwin joining Jerry Rice as the only NFL players with 10 touchdowns in a four-game span.