Seattle Seahawks Vs. Carolina Panthers Recap
October 18, 2015
After trailing by nine points late in the fourth quarter, the Panthers came back to score two touchdowns in the final four minutes to stun the Seahawks. Carolina moved to 5-0 after winning the game on Cam Newton's 26-yard, final-minute pass to Greg Olson. Newton struggled in the game and threw two interceptions, but drove the Panthers for two scores when it mattered. Jonathan Stewart had a strong game on the ground for Carolina, rushing for 78 yards and two touchdowns. The defending NFC champion Seahawks fell to a shocking 2-4, their playoff hopes in jeopardy. Marshawn Lynch ran for just 54 yards on 17 carries after missing the previous two games with injuries.
Cincinnati Bengals vs. Seattle Seahawks Recap
October 11, 2015
After trailing the Seahawks 24-7 through three quarters, the Bengals completed a stunning comeback to beat the defending NFC champions in overtime at Paul Brown Stadium. The Bengals drove for two touchdowns to get within striking distance, then got the game-tying and game-winning field goals from Mike Nugent. Nugent tied it on a 31-yarder in the final seconds of the fourth quarter, then won it with a 42-yarder in overtime. Dalton threw two touchdown passes to Tyler Eifert and ran for another touchdown. Dalton finished 30-of-44 for 331 yards, his third straight 300-yard game. Seattle's Thomas Rawls ran for 169 yards and a touchdown on 23 carries.
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Seattle Seahawks Vs. Detroit Lions Recap
October 5, 2015
The Seahawks didn't play their best game, but still managed to overcome three turnovers to beat the Lions Monday night. The Seahawks got their biggest play on defense, when Seattle's Kam Chancellor forced Detroit receiver Calvin Johnson to fumble the ball deep in Seahawks territory late in the fourth quarter. The play allowed the Seahawks to even their record at 2-2, while Detroit is off to an 0-4 start a year after finishing 11-5. Seattle's Russell Wilson completed 20-of-26 passes for 287 yards and a touchdown, but was sacked six times and lost two fumbles. Detroit's Matthew Stafford finished 24-of-35 for 203 yards.