The Seattle Seahawks are trying desperately to keep their postseason hopes alive for at least one more week. Trailing in the fourth quarter, the Seahawks were able to block a San Francisco punt and take over within the 49ers 10-yard line.
On the next play, Marshawn Lynch of the Seahawks was able to do something that no rusher had yet accomplished against the Niners in 2011. Here's a video of the two plays:
Lynch's four-yard touchdown run was the first rushing touchdown allowed by San Francisco all season. Lynch also made another 49ers defensive boast bite the dust later in the fourth quarter, when he became the first player to rush for over 100 yards against the Niners in a single game.
The touchdown put the Seahawks on top by a score of 17-16 in the fourth quarter. The Seahawks currently trail by a score of 19-17.
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