Well, folks, here we are. The final regular season game. It has been a 16-course meal worth savoring. The Seahawks head into this last game with a few notable accomplishments within reach. These are a few I will be watching:

– The Seahawks need 32 yards rushing to become the most prolific rushing team in franchise history

– Bobby Wagner needs 7 tackles to set the franchise mark for rookies

– Russell Wilson needs one passing touchdown to tie, and two to beat, Peyton Manning’s rookie record for touchdown passes

– Wilson can tie Matt Hasselbeck for 2nd-highest passing touchdown total in franchise history
(28) by throwing three

– Wilson needs 132 yards to reach 3,000 for the season

– Wilson need to raise his passer rating by 0.3 to set the franchise mark for passer rating in a season

– Seattle needs to score 27 points to become the 2nd-highest scoring offense in franchise history. They would need 61 points to beat the total of the 2005 team.

– If Seattle holds the Rams to fewer than 29 points, they will set the franchise record for fewest points allowed

– A victory by more than 21 points would give this team the largest point differential in franchise history

– The Seahawks have won more than 10 games only twice in franchise history. Both times, 1984 and 2005, the team advanced to at least the conference championship game