Two impressive Bills streaks were ended in the third quarter after Richard Sherman intercepted Tyrod Taylor's pass intended for Robert Woods in the end zone.
The play ended the Bills' only full drive of the quarter, which snapped their streak of scoring in 18 consecutive quarters. Stretching the run to 19 would've set a franchise record.
The play also ended Taylor's streak of passes without an interception at 190, which is the second-longest run in team history. Taylor set the record last season at 222.
There was no scoring in the third quarter thanks to a good stand from the Bills defense. Seattle moved into Bills territory after the interception, but Shaq Lawson sacked Russell Wilson for a 12-yard loss on third down to force a punt.
Shaq attack: The sack was the second of Lawson's career. He became first Bills rookie to record sacks in consecutive games since Arthur Moats in 2010.
Woods' big day: The Bills scored early in the fourth quarter, but most of the drive happened late in the third. Taylor hit Robert Woods for gains of 10 and 15 yards on the series, which put him over 100 yards for just the third time in his career.