The Seahawks’ last-minute fade to defeat Sunday on a long, game-winning TD drive is a rarity. But here’s a look at seven similar games of similar magnum anguish.
Author: Steve Rudman
Washington is a 17.5 favorite to beat Oregon Saturday, but would need a 57-point win to match the record for largest margin of victory in back-to-back drubbings.
Only six games in NFL history featured two QBs with four-plus TDs and 400-plus yards, as was the case Sunday when the Seahawks beat the Texans.
On Sunday at CenturyLink, the Seahawks defense sees for the first time Deshaun Watson, who has thrown more TDs through six games than any rookie in NFL history.
Washington officials will unveil a statue of former football coach Don James Friday at Husky Stadium, where current coach Chris Petersen is replicating James’s success.
In Seattle’s 24-7 victory over the New York Giants Sunday, Russell Wilson became the second quarterback in franchise history to complete passes to 11 receivers.
Despite five picks and nine sacks against California, WSU quarterback Luke Falk is on the brink of breaking a passel of Pac-12 passing records.
The Washington Huskies could become the fourth team in conference history to lead in scoring offense and defense in consecutive years.
It’s rare when the Seahawks gain fewer than 250 yards and win a road game, and rarer still when they have five takeaways on the road. Both happened Sunday.
The Seahawks scored with two passing TDs, two rushing TDs and two return TDs Sunday against the Colts, a first in franchise history.