On this date: 12th Man presented with a Giants game ball

Posted Nov 28, 2013

A look at some memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on Nov. 28.

2005: Mike Holmgren presents the game ball from a 24-21 overtime victory the day before to the 12th Man for the crowd’s help in generating 16 Giants’ penalties, including 11 false starts. The win is No. 7 in what will become a franchise-record 11-game winning streak.

1976: Jim Zorn and Sherman Smith run for touchdowns, but the expansion Seahawks lose to the Giants 28-16 at Giants Stadium – the middle loss in a five-game losing streak to end their first season.

1982: The Seahawks post the third shutout in club history, but first at the Kingdome, as Kenny Easley and John Harris intercept passes, Norm Johnson kicks three field goals and Steve Largent catches five passes for 109 yards in a 16-0 victory over the Steelers.

1988: Dave Krieg ties his club record by passing for five touchdowns and Curt Warner (130) and John L. Williams (105) become the Seahawks’ first tandem to rush for 100 yards in a same game during a 35-27 victory over the Raiders at the Kingdome on “Monday Night Football.”

1993: Rod Stephens sacks John Elway in the end zone for a safety, but the Seahawks lose 17-9 to the Denver Broncos at the Kingdome. The setback kicks off a four-game losing streak.

1999: The Buccaneers intercept Jon Kitna five times in a 16-3 victory at the Kingdome, the start of a 1-5 finish for the Seahawks after they started their first season under coach Mike Holmgren 8-2.

2004: Willis McGahee runs for four touchdowns and 116 yards as the Buffalo Bills roll to a 38-9 victory over the Seahawks in Seattle. It could have been worse, as the Seahawks intercept Drew Bledsoe three times, including two by Ken Hamlin.

2010: Matt Cassel passes for four touchdowns, three to Dwayne Bowe, and Jamaal Charles runs for 173 yards as the Kansas City Chiefs roll up 503 yards in a 42-24 victory over the Seahawks in Seattle.