The Seattle Seahawks held on to win at home against the St. Louis Rams in Week 17, winning the game by a score of 20-13.
Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson threw for one touchdown and ran for another—the latter being the game-winning touchdown with less than two minutes remaining on the clock. His passing touchdown gave him 26 on the season and tied Peyton Manning's all-time record for most by a rookie in NFL history (h/t AP).
Marshawn Lynch rushed for 100 yards on 18 carries, and Wilson added another 58 on the ground for the Seahawks.
Golden Tate only caught three passes, but all three were big plays, and he finished the game with 105 yards receiving.
Sam Bradford played well against one of the NFL's toughest defenses at home, spreading the ball around to eight different receivers and throwing one touchdown. He threw an interception to Richard Sherman near the goal line to end the game, though, and the Rams fell just short of a big upset.
The Rams finished the season with a record of 7-8-1 and will start looking ahead to the draft.
The Seahawks will now prepare for a wild-card matchup against either the Dallas Cowboys or Washington Redskins, depending on the outcome of the game on Sunday Night Football.
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