On this date: Joey Galloway rolls up 237 all-purpose yards

Posted Nov 12, 2013

A look at some memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on Nov. 12.

1995: Rookie Joey Galloway rolls up 237 all-purpose yards in a 47-30 victory over the Jaguars in Jacksonville that earns him NFC offensive player of the week honors. Galloway’s all-purpose day includes an 86-yard run for a touchdown and TD catches of 38 and 23 yards as part of his five-catch, 114-yard effort.

1978: David Sims runs for two touchdowns, including a 44-yarder, but the Baltimore Colts take a 17-14 victory at the Kingdome. Sims scores 15 TDs that season as the Seahawks post their first winning record (9-7).

1984: Kenny Easley intercepts two passes and Dave Krieg throws two touchdown passes in a 17-14 victory over the Raiders at the Kingdome on “Monday Night Football.”

1989: Dave Krieg throws an 8-yard touchdown pass to Brian Blades to give the Seahawks a 7-0 lead, but Cleveland scores the next 17 points and intercept Krieg three times in a 17-7 victory at the Kingdome.

2000: Jon Kitna earns AFC offensive player of the week honors as he completes 22 of 33 passes for 231 yards and three touchdowns in a 28-21 win over the Jaguars in Jacksonville. Ricky Watters also scores twice.

2006: Josh Brown kicks a 38-yard field goal with nine seconds remaining to give the Seahawks a 24-22 victory over the Rams in Seattle. It is Brown’s third game-winning kick of the season.

2007: The defense sacks 49ers quarterback Alex Smith three times and hits him seven other times in a 24-0 victory on “Monday Night Football” in Seattle. D.J. Hackett leads the offense with eight catches for 101 yards and a touchdown.

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