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Instant Lookback: 21-Second Scoring Drive

Russell Wilson only needed 21 seconds to complete a 75-yard scoring drive at the close of the first half.


After a Dolphins field goal, the Seahawks got the ball back with just 24 seconds left on the clock. Russell Wilson worked his magic and turned it into a 75-yard scoring drive, most of it coming from a 57-yard deep ball to David Moore.

With three yards to go and three seconds left on the clock, Wilson found Travis Homer in the end zone, giving him his first career touchdown, and extended the Seahawks lead to 17-9 at the half.

The best photos from Week 4's Seahawks-Dolphins game at Hard Rock Stadium. Presented by Nesquik.

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