Touchdown call on last throw sends Seahawks over Packers to 14-12 Monday night victory-NFL lockouts-image is everything?

September 25, 2012


Touchdown call on last throw sends Seahawks over Packers to 14-12 Monday night victory

By Danny O’Neil
The Seattle Times

For two quarters, Seattle played the kind of defense that leaves bruises and cripples offenses.

For most of four quarters, the Seahawks played the kind of offense that makes you cringe.

And on the final play, the Seahawks made the kind of play that left a city screaming for more.

Russell Wilson, facing fourth-and-10 from the Green Bay 24-yard line, threw into the end zone and Golden Tate jumped up in a crowd and came down holding the ball, along with M.D. Jennings for the game-winning touchdown.

That triggered first a replay review and then a delay. The coaches shook hands and the teams left the field, only to be summoned back for the extra-point try that finalized a game that defied explanation and expectations.

The final score was Seattle 14, Green Bay 12, in what was a head-scratching, foot-stomping puzzler. The Seahawks ended the night shouting in celebration after one of the greatest defensive first halves in franchise history, one of the more mundane offensive performances and then an incredible finale as Tate caught the second of his two touchdown passes on the game’s final play at CenturyLink Field.

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