Seahawks vs. Falcons: Live Score, Analysis for NFC Divisional Matchup
Matt Bryant hit a 49-yard field goal in the final seconds to give the Falcons a 30-28 win over the Seahawks. Atlanta advances to the NFC Championship Game to face the 49ers.
A clutch drive from Matt Ryan wins it for the Falcons.
Julio Jones picks off the Hail Mary and the Falcons win!
Seahawks will start with the ball at the Seattle 46.
Matt Bryant hits a 49-yard field goal to give the Falcons the lead with 8 seconds left!
Bryant hits the 49 yarder on the second attempt after Carroll's timeout makes the first missed field goal void.
Bryant will line up for the 49-yard try.
Matt Ryan hits Harry Douglas for a gain of 22 yards to the 50-yard line. The Falcons call timeout.
Matt Ryan can silence his doubters with a successful drive here.
It was ruled that Marshawn Lynch broke the plane for the TD, but this was a heads-up recovery by C Max Unger.
The play is confirmed and Ryan Longwell hits the extra point to give Seattle the lead.
Something to keep in mind.
Marshawn Lynch fumbles the ball but it looks like he was in the end zone. Seattle's Max Unger recovered it. The play is under review.
Lynch was in, which negates the greatest Fat Guy Touchdown of them all.— Chris Burke (@ChrisBurke_SI) January 13, 2013
Wilson escapes the pressure and hits Marshawn Lynch for a 23-yard gain to the 3-yard line.
Russell Wilson hits Golden Tate for a gain of 19 yards to the 32-yard line.
Russell Wilson just set the postseason record for most pass yards in a game by a rookie (336).— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 13, 2013
Russell Wilson hits Marshawn Lynch for a 1st down at the Seattle 49-yard line. We have reached the two-minute warning.
Matty Ice looked nervous on that last series. Seahawks get the ball back on their 39 with three minutes to go, trailing 27-21. ... Strap in.— Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoNYDN) January 13, 2013
Think I would have called a run on 3rd-and-8. Keep the clock moving. Don't love that play call or throw.— Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) January 13, 2013
Matt Ryan's pass to Roddy White is incomplete and the Falcons will be forced to punt.
The Falcons are looking to close this game out with Turner and Rodgers.
Big gain for Turner. Keeps the clock going, but more importantly, can hopefully settle down the Falcons offense— Niners Nation (@NinersNation) January 13, 2013
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