Kansas City Chiefs vs. Seattle Seahawks Recap
November 16, 2014
On Sunday November 16th two 6-3 teams met up in Arrowhead Stadium when the defending super bowl champion Seattle Seahawks traveled to take on the Kansas City Chiefs. Jamaal Charles scored on a short 1 yard run for the only score of the games opening quarter. Early in the 2nd Doug Baldwin caught a 7 yard pass from Russell Wilson to tie things up. Charles then broke a 16 yarded to give the Chiefs a 14-7 lead. Seattle made two field goals in the closing 2 minutes of the opening half to have the score be 14-13 Chiefs at halftime.
Seattle Seahawks vs. New York Giants Recap
November 9, 2014
Despite being defending Super Bowl Champions, the Seattle Seahawks have struggled this year as have the New York Giants who paid them a visit at Century Link Field this past Sunday. By the end of the first half, the Giants took a 17-14 lead that included a 41 yard field goal kicked by New York's Josh Brown with zero seconds left. The third quarter would see both teams only muster up one field goal which would give Seattle the tie at 17-17 going into the final quarter. The fourth quarter would be all Seahawks as Marshawn Lynch scored twice with rushing touchdowns and quarterback Russell Wilson would run one into the end zone. Seattle would score 21 in the fourth quarter giving them the win which was their sixth of the season. With the loss, the Giants fell to 3-6.
Seattle Seahawks vs. Oakland Raiders Recap
November 2, 2014
When winless Oakland visited the 12th man on Sunday, early returns seemed to indicate that the game would be no contest, and that Seattle would cruise. Despite Oakland's 3-0 early lead, Marshawn Lynch touchdowns bookended 24 consecutive points to close out the first half scoring for the Seahawks, who appeared to have total control over the game. Bruce Irvin also scored on a 35-yard TD return. But the Raiders did not go quietly, responding with two touchdowns in the fourth -- first, a punt block touchdown; second, Derek Carr's first touchdown of two to Mychal Davis. But Oakland would get no closer than seven behind, and Seattle held on for a less-comfortable-than-expected victory. Lynch, in addition to his two touchdowns, amassed 143 yards from scrimmage.