Seattle Seahawks vs. Carolina Panthers: Final Game Grades and Analysis

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Seattle Seahawks vs. Carolina Panthers: Final Game Grades and Analysis
Dale Zanine-US PRESSWIRE

The Seattle Seahawks (3-2) beat the Carolina Panthers (1-4) by a score of 16-12 after rookie quarterback Russell Wilson out-dueled last year's rookie of the year Cam Newton and Seattle survived three third-quarter turnovers.

The Seahawks won when Wilson tossed a 13-yard strike to Golden Tate to retake the lead at the end of the third quarter then authored an impressive goal-line stand in the final three minutes of the fourth quarter.

With time running out on Carolina, the Seahawks stripped Newton on their last offensive series, forcing, then recovering a fumble before running out the clock.

The Panthers are now 1-4; only 11 teams in NFL history have recovered from 1-4 to make the playoffs. 

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