On this date: Dave Krieg-to-John L. Williams TD pass lifts Seahawks past Bills

Posted Dec 4, 2013

A look at some memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on Dec. 4.

Seattle Seahawks receiver Steve Largent (80) is tripped up by Buffalo Bills cornerback Kirby Jackson in the first quarter at Seattle, Dec. 4, 1989 (AP Photo/Elizabeth L. Pizac)

1989: Dave Krieg passes 51 yards to John L. Williams for a fourth quarter touchdown as the Seahawks pull out a 17-16 victory over the Bills at the Kingdome on “Monday Night Football.” Curt Warner also scores on a 1-yard run and Steve Largent runs in the two-point PAT that proves pivotal.

1977: Jim Zorn throws touchdown passes to Sam McCullum (65 yards) and Steve Largent (30), but Terry Bradshaw runs for two scores and throws for a third in the Steelers’ 30-20 victory in Pittsburgh.

1983: Tony Dorsett runs for 117 yards and two touchdowns for the Cowboys, while Dave Krieg is sacked eight times and throws two interceptions in a 35-10 loss in Dallas.

1988: Robert Perryman scores on a 1-yard run midway through the third quarter, giving the Patriots a 13-7 victory over the Seahawks in New England. The Seahawks gain only 65 total yards, while Eugene Robinson (17 tackles), Darren Comeaux (11), Dave Wyman (10) and Jeff Bryant (10) pace the defensive effort.

1994: Marshall Faulk runs for 129 yards and a touchdown and Ray Buchanan returns an interception 37 yards for a score as the Indianapolis Colts hand the Seahawks a 31-19 loss at the Kingdome.