Seattle Seahawks defensive end Red Bryant is doing his part to separate Seattle from the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field, intercepting a Caleb Hanie pass and Dieon Sanders-ing his way into the end zone for his first career NFL touchdown.
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You know it. I know it. America loves to watch one of the big uglies step out from under the dog pile and get their paws on the ball, celebrating their gigantic, machine-like hearts out all the way to the end zone. It's quite beautiful actually.
This interception also has pushed the Seahawks ahead of the Bears by two touchdowns at the moment, and could have been the key moment in the game in which all the momentum swings in Seattle's favor.
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