Eye of the Hawk Highlights: Seattle Seahawks vs St. Louis Rams

A unique look at a couple of big plays to come from Sunday's Seahawks game against the St. Louis Rams.

At CenturyLink Field for a Seahawks game this season the Seahawks mobile app on your Android, iPhone, Blackberry, or Windows Phone brings you in-game highlights and live video feeds from around the stadium.

From the mobile app's start-up screen, navigate to the "CenturyLink Field" section and select "Live Video" to view four unique video streams from throughout the game.

Below, check out a couple highlights from Sunday's loss to the St. Louis Rams that showcase four of the 'Eye of the Hawk' camera angles seen in the Seahawks mobile app:


Russell Wilson Scrambles & Finds Jermaine Kearse For Touchdown

What Russell Wilson said about the play: "We had a great chance at the end of the game. Kearse got open on the scramble drill, came down the sideline, got a touchdown there. That was huge. We believed that we were going to get the onside kick and unfortunately we didn't."


Doug Baldwin's Franchise Record-Setting Touchdown

What Doug Baldwin said about the play that gave him a franchise-record 14 receiving touchdowns in a single season and put him over the 1,000-yard receiving mark on the year: "I'll think about it when I retire."

What Russell Wilson said about Doug Baldwin's record-setting day: "It's so exciting, I told him after the game that I was really happy for him. His work ethic is unrelenting. He's a true champion, on and off the field. You watch it, and his leadership, his ability to make plays and all that; I'm not surprised. For him to go over 1,000 yards, it's exciting for him, I know that. I know he doesn't care about the personal accolades or anything like that. Obviously, to score 14 touchdowns, he's an All-Pro type of receiver, obviously. The stats show it. It's hard to cover him. I'm upset that he's not going to the Pro Bowl, because it would be fun to throw to. You think about all the things he's done this year, all the things that all the guys have done. We have a lot of receivers making a lot of plays, and they've showed that tonight."


The last home game of the regular season ended with a 23-17 loss as the visiting Rams earned their first victory at CenturyLink Field since 2004.

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