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Lamar Smith’s 14-yard run with 31 seconds left gives Seahawks a 17-13 win at Tampa Bay, their first win after three losses


Norm Johnson’s 40-yard field goal 3:01 into overtime gives the Seahawks a 13-10 win at San Diego. Seattle forces and recovers a pair of fumbles, the first with 48 seconds left in regulation and the second with 1:34 gone in overtime.

Steve Raible Becomes the "Voice of the Seahawks"
March 24, 2004

The Seattle Seahawks name Steve Raible as the new "Voice of the Seahawks" for radio broadcasts, and will be joined by Warren Moon as color analyst on the broadcast team. Raible served the previous 22 years as color analyst on Seahawks radio

Steve Largent becomes All-Time Leading Receiver
December 27, 1987

Steve Largent catches six passes in a 41-20 loss at Kansas City and becomes the NFL’s all-time leading receiver with 751. Largent breaks the previous record of 750 by Charlie Joiner.

Holmgren's Final Victory
January 21, 2008

Mike Holmgren earned his final victory as head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, a 13-3 win over Brett Favre and the N.Y. Jets on a snow-covered Qwest Field.

Chancellor 90 Yard INT Touchdown
January 10, 2014

Strong safety Kam Chancellor returns an interception 90 yards for a touchdown, the longest play in franchise playoff history.

In a wild-card playoff game, the Seahawks run the ball 51 times for 205 yards – including 126 yards on 29 carries by Dan Doornink – in handing the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Raiders a 13-7 loss.
A fan holds a sign marking the 100th false start penalty at Qwest Field in Seattle against visiting NFL football teams since 2005, when the Seattle Seahawks started keeping a running total of the penalty, during a football game against the New York Giants, Sunday, Nov. 7, 2010, in Seattle. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)
So. Beastly. Marshawn Lynch stands tall after his fourth rushing touchdown of the afternoon, this one a 16-yard scamper up the middle to give the Seahawks a 31-17 advantage in the fourth quarter.
Joe Jurevicius, Jan. 14, 2006 against the Redskins in the NFC Divisional Playoff in Seattle.
Rookie Tyler Lockett was already making a splash on the field as a return specialist and receiver, and sported pink shoes for the Week 4 game that recognized Breast Cancer Awareness.
Ouch. Seattle's Kevin Williams puts all of his 311 pounds into creating a Michael Crabtree sandwich along with teammate K.J. Wright in the third quarter.
Rookie DeShone Myles started 7 games at MLB during the 1998 season.