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December 28, 2014 at 3:48 PM

Jordan Hill INT stops Rams drive, keeps score tied

The Seahawks had finally scratched and clawed its way to a 6-6 tie through nearly three quarters, but the Rams pieced together a drive that appeared to be moving them into field goal range. But a two-play sequence at the end of the third quarter and start of the fourth quarter allowed the Seahawks to stem the tide and get the ball back.

On a second-and-nine play from the Seattle 24 on the last play of the third quarter, the Rams were called for holding. It made it second-and-19 from the Seattle 34.

Then on the first play of the fourth quarter, Rams quarterback Shaun Hill appeared to be trying to throw the ball away, but defensive tackle Jordan Hill intercepted the ball just before it hit the ground and returned it 8 yards to the Seattle 46. (Watch video of Hill’s pick here)

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