Der aktuelle Spielerkader der Seattle Seahawks auf intuition-online.eu Aktueller Kader Seahawks mit Spieler-Statistiken, Spielplan, Marktwerte, News und Gerüchten zum Verein aus der. Die Saison der Seattle Seahawks endet in Arlington, Texas. Dort bauten die Dallas Cowboys im AT&T Stadium eine Mauer, gegen die Pete Carroll und Brian .
Deion Branch saw his first action with the Seahawks as he caught two passes for 23 yards and ran once for eight yards. One day after the game, the Seahawks reported that MVP Running Back Shaun Alexander had a cracked bone in his foot that would sideline him for a few weeks.
The Seahawks took the lead on an early field goal, but momentum quickly shifted to the hometown Bears. Two Matt Hasselbeck interceptions midway through the 2nd quarter led to 10 Chicago points and a 20—6 halftime lead.
Any hopes for a comeback were erased after the Bears scored a touchdown on their first possession of the second half for a 27—6 lead.
The Seahawks running attack was diminished without the injured Shaun Alexander. Near constant pressure on Hasselbeck, including 5 sacks, thwarted the effectiveness of the 4 receiver offense that had confused the Giants the week before.
The team flight back to Seattle was diverted to South Dakota for a "medical emergency", which turned out to be Defensive Consultant Ray Rhodes feeling ill after the game.
He was checked out at a Rapid City, South Dakota hospital and released. Trailing 21—7, Mike Holmgren blistered the paint in the locker room and a different Hawks team took the field in the second half.
Seattle scored 20 unanswered points to lead 27—21 and looked to have put the game away after a Lofa Tatupu interception late in the game. The Rams believed the Seahawks had committed a false start which would have resulted in a ten-second runoff on the clock that would have ended the game.
Instead, the Seahawks were penalized five yards, pushing them back to the yard line. Despite the setback, Josh Brown still kicked a yard field goal to win the game, 30— Brown also became the first player in NFL history to make 3 field goals of 49 yards or longer in the same quarter.
In the third quarter, Brown achieved the equally rare feat of hitting both uprights on an unsuccessful yard field goal attempt.
The return of Steve Hutchinson had the 12th man at Qwest Field in a frenzy. A knee injury to Matt Hasselbeck early in the second half silenced them.
An early yard touchdown reception by Darrell Jackson staked the Seahawks to a 7—3 lead, but the Vikings scored a TD of their own in the second quarter and the teams went to the half tied at Hasselbeck left the field with the assistance of trainers, and did not return.
Seneca Wallace took over at QB, completing 14 of 25 passes with two interceptions and a fumble in his own endzone. They looked to have weathered the storm and recaptured momentum when punter Ryan Plackemeier pinned the Vikings on their own 5-yard line.
Suddenly the deficit was 14 points. The Hawks drove for an FG to cut the lead to 11, but a failure to convert a 4th and 1 play on the next drive ended any hope of pulling out the game.
Seneca Wallace made his first career start in a stadium where the Seahawks have won only twice in their last 20 visits. The story of the game was not the Seahawks wounded offence, but rather the failure of the supposedly healthy defence.
The Chiefs controlled the ball for over 42 minutes of the contest, piled up total net yards, and were able to sustain drives all afternoon.
The Seahawks defence was only able to force one Chiefs punt, early in the fourth quarter. Despite being dominated in time of possession and yardage, the Seahawks found themselves leading the game 28—27 after a Kelly Herndon yard TD return of a fumbled field goal attempt and a yard TD grab by Darrell Jackson with just over 6 minutes remaining.
A successful 2-point conversion made the score 35— A last drive by the Seahawks ended when Seneca Wallace completed a short sideline pass to FB Mack Strong for 8 yards on 4th down and 15 from the Chiefs yard line.
Fox became the sixth network to air a game between these two teams. Hoping to rebound from their road loss to the Chiefs, the Seahawks returned home for a Monday Night match-up with the Oakland Raiders.
The Raiders won the coin toss. It would be the last time fortune smiled on them on a windy and wet night at Qwest Field. Later in the first quarter, kicker Josh Brown nailed a yard field goal.
In the second quarter, Brown would get a yard field goal for the only score of the quarter. After a scoreless third quarter, Brown would put the game away with another yard field goal in the fourth quarter.
Poetically, the Raiders became the first team to lose in back-to-back MNF shutouts, having lost 27—0 to the San Diego Chargers earlier in On a windy, rainy Sunday the Seahawks hosted the Rams looking to take an effective 3 game lead in the division with a win.
The Seahawks drove the ball easily on their first possession, moving to the Ram 1-yard line. After a false start penalty, Seneca Wallace was sacked and fumbled, and the Rams returned the ball 89 yards for a touchdown.
The Seahawks drove down the field again, this time maintaining possession to the endzone as Darrell Jackson caught a 3-yard TD pass.
The lead would change hands 6 more times in the game. With the Rams holding a 16—14 lead in the fourth quarter, Rams coach Scott Linehan chose to challenge a call, nullifying a field goal.
The challenge was upheld, but the Rams still faced a fourth down play. Instead of kicking another field goal to increase the lead, Linehan chose to go for a first down.
Nate Burleson returned a punt 90 yards for a touchdown and a 21—16 lead. After a Rams TD with 2: A holding penalty nullified a successful 2 point convert.
The second attempt failed. A yard personal foul was assessed on the subsequent kickoff, and Josh Scobey returned the ball to the Ram yard line. With a short field and time on the clock, Seneca Wallace and Maurice Morris drove the Seahawks to the Ram yard line, where Josh Brown kicked a game-winning field goal with 9 seconds remaining.
Buoyed by the return of Shaun Alexander to the starting line-up, and having Matt Hasselbeck dressed as the 3rd quarterback, the Seahawks expected to take a stranglehold on the NFC West.
Instead, they played a flat first half and fell behind by 20 points — 13 of those coming after 3 turnovers. The Seahawks also allowed the 49ers to gain rushing yards in the first half, whereas Alexander had only 9 yards on 7 carries.
He would finish with 37 yards on 17 carries. A different Hawks team appeared in the second half, scoring quickly on a yard touchdown reception by Deion Branch.
The Seahawks added another long touchdown reception by Darrell Jackson with 6: A key sequence in the last 2 minutes of the game saw Alexander stopped for a loss on 4th and 1.
Given a second life, the Seahawks allowed a 9-yard loss on a sack before Seneca Wallace threw an interception.
Instead of owning a 3-game lead in the division, the Seahawks only lead the surprising 49ers by a game.
The teams meet again December 14 at Qwest Field. Snow fell on a Seahawks home game for the first time ever. Matt Hasselbeck returned after missing 4 games and promptly turned the ball over four times in the first half.
Shaun Alexander picked up the slack for the rusty Hasselbeck, rushing a team record 40 times for yards on the evening.
It was a return to MVP form for Alexander, who is still running on a cracked foot injured in the first week of the season. Josh Brown kicked four field goals in the first half to keep Seattle in the game, and they trailed only 14—12 at the half.
The snow stopped falling at halftime. Green Bay drove for a TD on their first possession of the second half to go up 21— After both teams had drives stall and were forced to punt, Hasselbeck led the Seahawks on a nine-play, yard drive capped by a yard pass to D.
Seattle drove again late in the third quarter, led by Alexander. A 2-point convert gave the Seahawks a 27—21 lead. The Seahawks defense crushed the final three Green Bay drives with two interceptions and a fumble recovery to finish with 4 takeaways on the night.
On a frigid Sunday Night game, these Seahawks were able to accomplish what few of their predecessors managed — to come out of Denver with a win.
Carrying on their recent troubling tendency of weak first half performances, the Seahawks fell behind 13—7 to the Broncos, who were led by first-time starter Jay Cutler.
In the second half, the teams traded punts and one turnover apiece until Seattle got the ball on its own yard line with 9: Shaun Alexander quickly took the ball into the endzone for a 14—13 Seahawks lead.
The Broncos fumbled the ensuing kickoff, and Joe Tafoya recovered. Assisted by a holding penalty on third down, the Seahawks moved the ball into range for Josh Brown to kick a yard field goal.
The Seahawks again had to settle for a Brown yard field goal for a 20—13 lead with 3: Rushed times for 1, yards 3.
During his game career at North Carolina State, Wilson connected on of 1, passes Finished his Wolfpack career ranking second in school annals for pass attempts and touchdown passes, and third for pass completions, pass completion percentage and yards in total offense.
His eight yard passing games in rank second on the NC State season-record chart, while his total of 12 yard efforts for the Wolfpack rank second on the career list.
Set NC State season-records with pass completions in , ranking second with pass attempts, 3, yards passing and 3, yards in total offense in , along with 31 touchdown tosses in His 28 touchdown throws in rank third and his 3, yards in total offense in rank fourth on the State annual record chart.
His five touchdown passes vs. Florida State in tied the Wolfpack single-game record. In just one season at Wisconsin, Wilson connected on of passes Attended Collegiate High in Richmond, playing football and baseball.
Earned all-state, all-region and all-district honors, in addition to being named the Richmond Times-Dispatch Player of the Year as a junior. That season, Wilson threw for 3, yards and 40 touchdowns while rushing for another yards and 15 scores.
The Cougars won the state title, as the team compiled a perfect record. Passed for 3, yards, 34 touchdowns and just seven interceptions as a senior.
Also rushed for 1, yards, adding 18 mores scores while again earning allstate, all-conference and conference player of the year accolades. On the baseball diamond, the shortstop batted.