On this date: Shaun Alexander 'treats' Seahawks with 195-yard rushing performance

Posted Oct 31, 2013

A look at some memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on Oct. 31.

2004: It’s more treats than tricks as Shaun Alexander runs for 195 yards and scores two touchdowns and Josh Brown kicks three field goals as the Seahawks roll up 433 yards in a 23-17 victory over the Carolina Panthers in Seattle. Marcus Trufant leads the defensive effort with a 58-yard interception return and six solo tackles.

1976: The Seahawks drop a 41-6 decision to the Rams in Los Angeles as James Harris and Pat Haden combine to pass for three touchdowns, eight backs combine to rush for 206 yards and the defense holds the Seahawks to 192 yards.

1993: John L. Williams runs for two touchdowns, but it’s not enough as the Seahawks fall 28-17 to the Broncos in Denver as John Elway throws two TD passes and Robert Delpino runs for two scores.

2010: It is a truly frightful Halloween at the Oakland Coliseum as the Raiders slap the Seahawks with a 33-3 loss. The Tom Cable-coached Raiders run for 239 yards and roll up 545 total yards as the Seahawks lose defensive end Red Bryant for the season to a knee injury.