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September 21, 2014 at 1:50 PM

Seahawks’ first score set up by Jermaine Kearse-Russell Wilson trick play after fumble recovery

The Seahawks went three and out on the first series of the game, but soon got the ball back when Kam Chancellor forced Montee Ball to fumble. KJ Wright recovered at the 23. On Seattle’s first offensive play, Quarterback Russell Wilson flipped the ball to Jermaine Kearse on what appeared to be a reverse. But Kearse stopped and then threw left to an open Wilson down to the Denver 6-yard line.

The drive sputtered out after that, however, and the Seahawks settled for a 20-yard field goal by Steven Hauschka with 10:36 to go in the first quarter.

Through the first quarter, Kearse was Seattle’s leading passer with 17 yards as the offense struggled to generate much (the Seahawks also had 6 rushes for 10 yards).

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