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On this date: Krieg-to-Skansi on final play delivers rare win at Arrowhead Stadium

Posted Nov 11, 2013

A look at some memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on Nov. 11.

1990: Dave Krieg throws a 25-yard touchdown pass to Paul Skansi as time expires, after whirling from what appears to be an eighth sack by Derrick Thomas, as the Seahawks beat the Chiefs 17-16 in Kansas City. It is the Seahawks’ first win at Arrowhead Stadium since 1980; as well as the 159th of coach Chuck Knox’s career, moving him into seventh place on the NFL’s all-time list.

1979: Sherman Smith runs for three touchdowns, including one in the fourth quarter, as the Seahawks pull out a 29-24 victory over the Browns in Cleveland.

2001: Shaun Alexander runs for a franchise-record 266 yards and three touchdowns, including an 88-yarder, in a 34-27 victory over the Raiders at Husky Stadium. Darrell Jackson also catches seven passes for 102 yards, one a 9-yard TD pass from Matt Hasselbeck, as the Seahawks roll up 497 yards.

2012: Marshawn Lynch runs for 124 yards and a touchdown, while Russell Wilson throws two TD passes as the Seahawks hand the Jets a 28-7 loss at CenturyLink Field. The final TD comes on a 23-yard pass from wide receiver Golden Tate to Sidney Rice. Tate also catches one of Wilson’s TD passes. Richard Sherman leads the defensive effort with an interception, a sack and a forced fumble.