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September 21, 2014 at 2:41 PM

Russell Wilson TD pass to Ricardo Lockette puts Seahawks ahead

The Seahawks hadn’t mustered much offensively in the first half and appeared to be struggling again late in the second quarter until Seahawks Ricardo Lockette and Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib figured in a couple of key plays on Seattle’s first touchdown drive.

On second-and-6 from the Seattle 31, Talib appeared ready to step in front of a Russell Wilson pass intended for Lockette for an interception, but Lockette broke it up by committing offensive pass interference.

Though the penalty set them back, Seattle regrouped and Wilson hit Marshawn Lynch for 21 yards and then found Baldwin for 14 more down to the Denver 39.

That set up the scoring play, a Wilson pass dropped perfectly into Lockette’s arms over the coverage of Talib. The 39-yard touchdown pass put Seattle in front 10-3 with 3:05 to go in the first half.

 

 

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