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November 3, 2013 at 8:14 PM

Seahawks post-game notes

SEAHWAWKS POSTGAME NOTES

The Seahawks overcame a 21-point deficit to win 27-24 in OT. The come-from-behind victory marked the largest deficit overcome to win in team history.

Most Points Overcome to Win a Game
21           vs. Tampa Bay  11/3/13                Trailed 21-0        Won 27-24 in OT
20           at Denver            12/10/95              Trailed 20-0         Won 31-27
18           2 Times

Seattle has now won 12-straight games at CenturyLink field – tied for the longest winning streak in franchise history.

Longest Home Winning Streak in Franchise History
12           2012-13
12           2004-06
10           2002-04

The Seahawks converted their final six third downs of the game vs. Tampa Bay.

RUSSELL WILSON
Russell Wilson now has nine wins when tied or trailing in the fourth quarter (including playoffs) with a come-from-behind victory over Tampa Bay. Seattle trailed 24-14 entering the final quarter.

Russell Wilson is now 3-0 in overtime games.

Wilson now has 19 victories in his first 25 starts. He needs four more wins to have more wins than any other QB in NFL history in their first two seasons.

Most Wins Among QBs Through First Two Seasons of Career
Ben Roethlisberger, Pit 22
Dan Marino, Mia              21
Joe Flacco, Bal                   20
Matt Ryan, Atl                   20
Russell Wilson, Sea        19

Wilson completed 15 of 18 second half passes with one TD and one INT, including a 10-yard TD run. He completed four-of-five passes for 62 yards and TD on third down in the second half.

GOLDEN TATE
Golden Tate returned three punts for 92 yards, including a career-long 71 yarder.

EARL THOMAS
Led the team with a career-high 12 tackles. Continues to lead the team with 69 total tackles.

MICHAEL BENNETT
Had one sack and leads the team with 5.5 in 2013.

BOBBY WAGNER
Had a career high with 1.5 sacks vs. Tampa Bay.

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