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October 26, 2014 at 12:00 PM

Marcus Burley interception sparks Seahawks to tying drive

The Seahawks picked up only their third interception of the season early in the third quarter when Marcus Burley picked off an ill-advised flip pass by Cam Newton at the Seattle 36 (watch video here). His 24-yard return gave Seattle great field position, and though the drive bogged down in the red zone, the Seahawks were able to tie the score at 6-6 when Steven Hauschka nailed a 29-yard field goal with about 7:13 to go in the third quarter.

It was Burley’s first interception of the season, and for the Seahawks, their first since the third game of the season against Denver, when Kam Chancellor intercepted Peyton Manning late in regulation of their overtime win.

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