The touchdown itself wasn't completely a great moment on its own—yes, as an overtime touchdown is very meaningful—but the greatness here was from what happened in the game before to lead to the touchdown.
Three incredible drives ended the Seahawks-Bears game in Chicago.
With 3:40 left in regulation, Russell Wilson led the Seahawks 97 yards down the field in 3:16 to score a touchdown and take a four-point lead.
On the ensuing drive, with only 24 seconds left, Jay Cutler competed a 56-yard pass to Brandon Marshall on the first play to set the Bears up in field-goal range. After a Matt Forte two-yard run, Robbie Gould came out to kick a 46-yard field goal to tie the game and send it into overtime.
In overtime, Wilson led a drive to make sure the Bears would never touch the ball. Taking 7:27 off the clock, the Seahawks took 12 plays to go 79 yards down the field, ending with a 13-yard touchdown pass from Wilson to Sidney Rice to end the game.
Wilson's last two drives were not only incredible in themselves, but were done against a Chicago defense on the road, which could be big for Seattle, as they have struggled away from home this season.