Seahawks Take Over First Place In NFC West, Beat Vikings 37-30

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December 3, 2019

The Minnesota Vikings lose on the road to the Seattle Seahawks
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Get ready for a playoff race for the ages. With the Seahawks’ 37-30 win over the Vikings on Monday Night Football, Seattle has moved to 10-2, matching the San Francisco 49ers’ record in the NFC West. This is historic. Since the NFL expanded its playoff field to 12 teams in 1990, no two teams from the same division have ever started a season 10-2 or better. (READ MORE) by

No team does drama better than the Seahawks. No one does Monday Night Football worse than Kirk Cousins.

For the 10th time in 12 games, the Seahawks were in a tight game that came down to the end. They stopped the Vikings on fourth down with 2:27 remaining before kicking a field goal and then recovering a fumble on the ensuing kickoff. (READ MORE) by Charean Williams | Pro Football Talk

Russell Wilson is deservedly on the short list of players who will be under consideration for 2019 NFL MVP honors. But he provided an assist on a touchdown Monday night he’d like to have back.

With five minutes left in the first half of the Seahawks’ Week 13 game against the Vikings — a game Seattle needed to move into position for a first-round bye in the NFC playoff field — Wilson threw a pass from his own 22-yard line that Minnesota’s Armon Watts deflected at the line of scrimmage. (READ MORE) by Nate Davis | USA Today

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