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On this date: Seahawks lose 1999 finale, but win AFC West title
Take a unique look at Frank Clark's sack forced fumble that was recovered by Jordan Hill in the endzone for a touchdown during the Seahawks final preseason game of the season against the Raiders. Make sure next time you are at CenturyLink Field you check out the Seahawks mobile app to watch all of the live video streams throughout the game. Watch
Take a unique look at Tyler Lockett's 63-yard touchdown catch from Russell Wilson during the Seahawks final preseason game of the season against the Raiders. Make sure next time you are at CenturyLink Field you check out the Seahawks mobile app to watch all of the live video streams throughout the game. Watch
2000: The Seahawks wrap up the AFC West title, despite losing 19-9 in their 1999 regular-season finale to the Jets in the Meadowlands, because the Raiders beat the Chiefs. The Seahawks finish 9-7 after starting 8-2, but it’s still their best record since 1990. Also, Cortez Kennedy is voted to his then-club record eighth Pro Bowl.
1983: Dave Krieg passes to Roger Carr for a 19-yard touchdown with 47 seconds to play, as the Seahawks wrap up the strike-shortened 1982 season with a 13-11 victory over the Broncos at the Kingdome. Krieg’s game-winning TD pass caps a 10-play, 87-yard drive. Kenny Easley leads the defensive effort with seven solo tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery, while linebackers Shelton Robinson and Bruce Scholtz combine for 27 tackles.
1994: The Seahawks close their 1993 season by rallying from a 24-3 deficit but fall to the Chiefs 34-24 at Arrowhead Stadium. John L. Williams rushes for 102 yards, including a 23-yard touchdown. Rick Mirer becomes the first rookie QB since 1973 to start all his team’s games and sets then-rookie records for attempts (486), completions (274) and passing yards (2,833).
2002: Walter Jones and John Randle are named to the Pro Bowl.
2011: The Seahawks capture the 2010 NFC West title with a 16-6 victory over the Rams in the regular-season finale in Seattle on Sunday night. Charlie Whitehurst starts for an injured Matt Hasselbeck and passes to Mike Williams for the Seahawks’ only touchdown, as Olindo Mare kicks three field goals. Raheem Brock leads the defensive effort with 2½ sacks. Read