Sunday's playoff matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and the Minnesota Vikings was cold, tense and physical throughout. It ended with one of the shocking twists in recent postseason memory.
The Vikings led for three quarters, but Seattle stormed back in the fourth quarter to take a one-point lead. However, Minnesota got one last opportunity with less than two minutes remaining. They drove down to the Seattle nine-yard line to set up a 27-yard field goal attempt with just over 20 seconds remaining.
Kicker Blair Walsh missed the chip shot, and Seattle went on to secure victory.
Seattle 10, Minnesota 9