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Jermaine Kearse Hauls in Second Touchdown at Carolina

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson threw his third touchdown of the second half, finding wideout Jermaine Kearse for the second time Sunday to pull Seattle within 10 points of the Panthers.

CHARLOTTE - Facing third-and-goal from Carolina's 3-yard-line, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson scrambled to evade pressure behind the line of scrimmage before lobbing a ball toward the back of the end zone at Jermaine Kearse, who hauled in his second touchdown of the day to bring the Seahawks within 10 points of the Panthers, 31-21, with six minutes to play in the fourth quarter.


The scoring play was Wilson's third touchdown of the second half and capped a nine-play, 73-yard drive aided by an impressive toe-tapping sideline catch from rookie wideout Tyler Lockett. The Seahawks scored 21 unanswered points after trailing 31-0 at halftime. 

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