The Seahawks' defense had an impressive game, equaling a franchise record for sacks in a single game

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Seattle emerged victorious with a score of 24-3 in what was undeniably one of the least attractive games of the season thus far 

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With this win, the Seahawks improved to a 3-1 record, while the Giants dropped to 1-3 

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Notably, the Giants have been outscored 122-46 this season, including a lopsided 64-3 defeat at home.

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Seattle's defense put significant pressure on Jones, sacking him 11 times 

matching a franchise record that was established in a game against the Raiders on December 8, 1986 

Daniel Jones struggled with turnovers, giving up a fumble that led to a 7-yard Seattle scoring drive and throwing a 97-yard pick-six to Witherspoon 

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Jones completed 27 of 34 passes for 203 yards and rushed for an additional 66 yards on 10 carries 

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Geno Smith, who briefly left the game due to a knee injury caused by a tackle from Isaiah Simmons 

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In the absence of Smith, Drew Lock made his Seahawks debut and completed 2 of 6 passes for 63 yards.

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Tight end Noah Fant made two receptions for 63 yards, and Ken Walker rushed for 79 yards and scored a touchdown on 17 carries 

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