The upside: Even the worst defeats tend to feature a bright spot or two.
Steven Jackson topped 1,000 yards rushing for an eighth consecutive season. Jackson leads active players with 10,135 career rushing yards.
Sam Bradford moved past Pat Haden and Vince Ferragamo into seventh on the Rams' all-time list for passing yardage.
The Rams sacked Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson five times in the first half and six times overall.
Receiver Austin Pettis remained a threat in the red zone with a 2-yard scoring reception. He had four touchdowns this season.
The Rams did not allow a sack for the second consecutive game.
The Rams allowed zero receptions to Seahawks receiver Sidney Rice.
William Hayes collected his seventh sack of the season. That career-high total matches his sack count for the previous three seasons combined.
St. Louis held Seahawks kick returner Leon Washington to a 20.7-yard average.
Looking ahead: The Rams are expected to hold the 16th overall choice in the 2013 draft.