Seahawks QB Russell Wilson shines in win vs. Rams

Four quarters of brilliant football from Russell Wilson and the best play of Tedric Thompson's career were about to be wasted - as was a chance for the Seattle Seahawks to gain some early ground on the defending NFC West champs. They had fourth and 1 just outside the red zone.

The Rams held a 29-24 lead with less than six minutes left in the game at CenturyLink Field, and were trying to shut down Russell Wilson and the Seahawks offense as it moved down the field. Despite the rare mistake, it was another nail-biting win that Wilson has become famous for, and much like coach Pete Carroll who was yelling and sprinting down the sideline after a missed Rams field goal, Wilson could barely control his emotions after the game.

Wilson continues to outdo himself. "I thought it affected us positively". The Seattle quarterback is aiming for his third consecutive game against LA in which he has 3-plus touchdown passes and a rating of 120 or better.

Carson juggled the ball for a heart-stopping moment before securing it.

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They have worries with Todd Gurley who just doesn't look like the player we had all got used to; He was used more in the passing game past year which he used to be dynamic in, and he got 2 goal-line carries for TDs as well so his day wasn't a complete write off. Officials ruled on the field that Goff crossed the goal line, but a review showed that Woods brought down Goff just short.

If it were up to Isaac, the Rams legend would be feeding Gurley nonstop. because he says when RBs were running well during his playing days - it opened up EVERYTHING for him in the secondary. But when a pass slipped through his hands late in the fourth quarter, the carom turned into an interception in the Seahawks' 30-29 victory. They are scheduled to play for more prime-time games this season, including a stretch of three in a row in Weeks 12-14. That includes an 18-2 record at home and a 9-1 record on Thursday night. Skipping to the left, he floated a pass to Tyler Lockett with pinpoint precision into the corner that Lockett managed to pull in, toe-tapping his way to his team's first touchdown of the night. It actually looked like a throwaway at first glance, but Lockett made a toe-tap grab while falling out of bounds.

National Football League fans everywhere can't stop marveling at the touchdown catch made by Tyler Lockett on Thursday night in the Seattle Seahawks.

  • Lawrence Cooper