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On this date: Efren Herrera’s late kick gives Seahawks then-rare sweep of Raiders

Posted Nov 26, 2013

A look at some memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on Nov. 26.

Oakland Raiders Hall of Fame tight end Dave Casper (87) tries to break away from Seattle Seahawks safety Autry Beamon (27) on Nov. 26, 1978. The Seahawks defeated the Raiders 17-16 (AP Photo/Arthur Anderson)

1978: Efren Herrera kicks a 46-yard field goal with one second to play in a 17-16 victory in Oakland, making the Seahawks the first team since 1965 to beat the Raiders twice during the regular season. Jim Zorn also throws touchdown passes to Steve Raible and Steve Largent.

1979: Jim Zorn passes for three touchdowns and Efren Herrera kicks three field goals in a 30-7 victory over the Jets at the Kingdome on “Monday Night Football.”

1989: John Elway passes for four touchdowns as the Broncos hand the Seahawks a 41-14 loss at Mile High Stadium, despite Brian Blades and Steve Largent combining to catch 13 passes for 205 yards. The loss is the last in a four-game losing streak for the Seahawks.

1995: Nick Lowery kicks three field goals as the Jets hold the Seahawks to 192 yards in handing them a 16-10 loss at the Kingdome.

2000: Ricky Watters has 203 combined yards rushing and receiving, but the Broncos score 21 points in the fourth quarter – including an 80-yard touchdown run by Mike Anderson with 3½ minutes to play – in pulling out a 38-31 victory at Husky Stadium.

Game Rewind: Seattle Seahawks