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January 18, 2015 at 3:13 PM

Two touchdowns in 44 seconds give Seahawks 22-19 lead

Russell Wilson, who had thrown four interceptions, desperately rallied his team late in the fourth quarter, driving his team 69 yards in seven plays and keeping it himself on a 1-yard touchdown run with 2:09 to go to make it 19-14 in favor of Green Bay. (Watch video of the touchdown here)

Then the Seahawks remarkably recovered the onside kick, and then drove 50 yards in four plays capped off by a 24-yad by Marshawn Lynch. The two-point conversion came on a pass from Wilson to tight end Luke Willson.

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