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November 3, 2013 at 10:05 PM

Gamenight links: Seahawks escape again

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The mere percentages tell you that eventually the Seahawks will find a lead from which they can’t rally. But that day wasn’t today as the Seahawks set a franchise record with a 21-point comeback capped by Steven Hauschka’s overtime field goal (that’s the celebration above).

Seattle is 8-1 for the first time in team history, and atop the NFC with the Saints losing at home to the Jets.

And here are a bunch of links to tell you more about it. …

— Here’s my game story that focuses on what some later considered a game-turning play, Golden Tate’s third-quarter punt return;

Jerry Brewer says the Seahawks can’t keep playing down to the level of their opponent;

Larry Stone says Russell Wilson overcame an imperfect day;

Jayson Jenks wrote about the priority to get the ball to Marshawn Lynch this week;

— Here’s our notebook with items on the offensive and defensive lines, and Earl Thomas’ early penalty;

— I also wrote about the reunion for the 1983 team held this weekend;

— Here’s the game story from Seahawks.com;

— And the Game at a Glance from Seahawks,com;

— Article and some video here from NFL.com;

— Here’s the game story from TampaBay.com;

— TampaBay.com writes the Bucs had reason to fear Russell Wilson;

— More TampaBay.com coverage here;

— ESPN.com says the game defied logic;

— ESPN.com with some post-game locker room buzz;

— TBO.com writes the Bucs were stunned by the loss, the latest collapse in a now 0-8 season;

— USA Today breaks down Tampa Bay’s jump pass touchdown in the second quarter;

— TBO.com says the Bucs had been working on that play for weeks;

— The two former Huskies playing for the Bucs were gloomy after the loss.

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