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Seattle holds L.A. Rams to three field goals, winning 20-9 to move to 11-4; Hawks play 49ers in regular-season finale.

COURTESY PHOTO: MICHAEL WORKMAN - Seattle's Quandre Diggs intercepted Jared Goff as part of the Seahawks' strong defensive game Sunday.The defense held Los Angeles to three field goals and the offense produced just enough as Seattle beat the Rams 20-9 Sunday at Lumen Field to clinch the NFC West Division.

The Seahawks are 11-4 and will finish the regular season at 1:25 p.m. Sunday versus San Francisco at Glendale, Arizona.

The Rams (9-6) had a chance to tie the Seahawks atop the division. But, Seattle's defense had something to say about it, allowing only three Matt Gay field goals. The Rams had 334 yards — more than the Seahawks (292) — but the Seattle defense stood tall when it counted.

Quandre Diggs had an interception for Seattle.

COURTESY PHOTO: MICHAEL WORKMAN - Russell Wilson was a clutch performer late for the Seahawks in the win.Russell Wilson went 20 of 32 for 225 yards and one touchdown, and he had a short TD run early in the second half. The TD pass went to tight end Jacob Hollister, who's from Bend, with 2:51 left in the game; Wilson went 5 of 5 passing on the drive.

Jason Myers had two field goals for the Seahawks. He has made 33 consecutive field goal attempts.

The Rams' Jared Goff went 24 of 43 for 234 yards, without a TD pass.

It was Seattle's first division title since 2016 and fifth under coach Pete Carroll.

Five consecutive opponents have been held under 20 points by the Seattle defense, which struggled early in the season.

COURTESY PHOTO: MICHAEL WORKMAN - The Seahawks clinched the NFL West Division on their home field, the newly named Lumen Field.

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