Tennessee Titans vs. Seattle Seahawks: Live Scores, Highlights and Analysis
This was a very sloppy game by both teams, but in the end it was the Seattle Seahawks who outlasted the visiting Tennessee Titans to pick up the victory.
It was a good defensive game by both teams. Lots of weird bounces going both ways in this one.
Fourth Quarter, 1:40 Remaining - Marshawn Lynch makes people miss and gets the first down. The Titans are out of timeouts now.
Victory formation for the Seahawks.
Hard count from Russell Wilson draws the Titans offsides on a 3rd-and-4 with under two minutes left.— Brian McIntyre (@brian_mcintyre) October 13, 2013
What a bad time for a neutral zone infraction by the Titans.
Kearse a good return to the 43 and Lynch with a run to the 49 with 2:02 left.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) October 13, 2013
Very odd choice by the Titans to kick that deep.
Fourth Quarter, 2:22 Remaining - Interesting strategy play by the Titans there, taking the field goal. They know they need two scores. You have to assume an onside kick is coming.
Titans no-huddle moving the ball and now to the 15.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) October 13, 2013
Another fumble. The Titans recover this one as well.
The Titans convert on 4th-and-4. We're in fourth-down territory here, with the Titans down 10 with five minutes left. This is the best Tennessee drive since the first quarter.
After the review, his arm going forward, incomplete pass. Seattle wins challenge, not charged time out.— Liz Mathews 710 ESPN (@Liz_Mathews) October 13, 2013
And the play doesn't even count. Pete Carroll challenged the play, and it was ruled an incomplete pass, not a fumble.
Vintage Sidney Rice catch at the 2-yard line set up a Marshawn Lynch touchdown. The Seahawks are firmly in control now.
Fitzpatrick just loaded his arm up with everything he had and still underthrew a deep sideline pass right into Sherman's arms for the INT.— Chris Wesseling (@ChrisWesseling) October 13, 2013
Fourth Quarter, 11:15 Remaining - Fitzpatrick throws a beautiful deep pass to Richard Sherman. The problem is that Sherman is on the team in blue. Seattle takes over with a chance to put this game away.
It has been a weird game with a lot of strange plays.
That was a good defensive stop by the Titans. A sack followed by solid coverage on third down forces Seattle to settle for another Hauschka field goal.
Ruling on field fumbled by offense, muffed by defense, recovered by offense.— Liz Mathews 710 ESPN (@Liz_Mathews) October 13, 2013
Russell Wilson may have just saved the Seahawks. Lynch fumbles, Tennessee's Zach Brown looks like he's going to scoop it up and take it for six points the other way, but it bounces to Wilson and he snags it for the Seahawks.
This game just can't get and weirder, can it?
Seattle hit a similar play for big yards against San Francisco in Week 2 on the backside throw to Lynch.— Curtis Crabtree (@Curtis_Crabtree) October 13, 2013
That'll change the complexion of the game in a hurry. Lynch takes pass for a massive gain to the 25. Turbin with a run inside the 15 on the next play. The Seahawks are clicking on offense all of a sudden.
A dangerous pass by Fitzpatrick was tipped up in the air. He's lucky is wasn't picked off with Richard Sherman nearby.
Chris Johnson with his first success of the afternoon, picking up a first down on two carries. He gets a 15-yard penalty tacked on to the end as well.
Third Quarter, 4:27 Remaining - And Hauschka ties it up.
Hauschka kicking into net— Dave Boling (@DaveBoling) October 13, 2013
Just saw Steven Hauschka back kicking into a net with his helmet on.
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