The Seattle Seahawks beat the mighty New England Patriots at home in Week 6, winning by the slimmest of margins with a score of 24-23.
Russell Wilson silenced all his critics this week, out-dueling Tom Brady and throwing the game-winning touchdown to Sidney Rice with just 1:18 left on the clock in the fourth quarter. For the day, Wilson completed 16-of-27 passes for 293 yards with three touchdowns and zero interceptions.
Brady threw for almost 400 yards, but his two touchdown passes were negated by two interceptions, and the Seahawks defense did just enough to hold the Patriots offense down.
Neither team could get their running games going, as both defenses were stout on that score, allowing just 87 and 85 yards, respectively.
Rookie defensive end Chandler Jones continued to show he's the front runner for the NFL's Defensive Rookie of the Year award, tallying nine tackles (four solo), two sacks and three additional quarterback hits on the day.
The Patriots fall to 3-3 and will host the New York Jets in Week 7, while the 4-2 Seahawks travel to San Francisco to face the 49ers on a short week on Thursday Night Football.