Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks’ victory over Broncos: Anatomy of a game winning-drive

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson directed a 13-play, 80-yard drive for the game-winning touchdown in Seattle’s 26-20 victory over Denver on Sunday. Here is the play-by-play breakout:

No.: Play, Description, Yard Line

•  No. 1: Pass, Wilson fakes handoff and hits WR Percy Harvin in right flat for 11 yards,

SEA 31

•  No. 2: Pass, Incompletion to WR Doug Baldwin,

SEA 31

•  No. 3: Run, RB Marshawn Lynch up the gut for 7 yards, SEA 38



•  No. 4: Run, Wilson beats LB Nate Irving to left sideline for 5-yard gain, and first down,

SEA 43


•  No. 5: Pass, Rolling right, Wilson hits WR Jermaine Kearse on left sideline for 13 yards,

DEN 45

•  No. 6: Run, Wilson runs 5 yards to set up second-and-5,

DEN 40

•  No. 7: Pass, Wilson finds Harvin for a 5-yarder for another first down,

DEN 35

•  No. 8 Run Lynch barrels up the middle for a 6-yard gain. DEN 29



•  No. 9: Pass, Under pressure, Wilson throws away along right sideline,

DEN 29

•  No. 10: Run, Against blitz, Wilson gets loose for 5-yarder, and first down,

DEN 24

(Denver was called for defensive holding, and additional 5 yards was tacked on) DEN 19

•  No. 11: Run, Wilson against keeps it on zone-read play for 6 yards,

DEN 13

•  No. 12: Run, Wilson’s soft toss to Harvin on screen nets 7 yards,

DEN 6

•  No. 13: Run, Lynch wins it by busting up the middle for 6 yards, leaping into end zone,

TD

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