If you're looking to hear and see the inner workings and reactions of the play that wide receiver Doug Baldwin said "couldn't have ended more beautifully" after starting out as a potential disaster, look no further than NFL Films' 'NFL Turning Point' video embedded above.
The six-and-a-half minute highlight features an in-depth look at quarterback Russell Wilson's improbable 35-yard pass to wideout Tyler Lockett that took place in this past weekend's 10-9 wild-card win over the Vikings in Minnesota.
The play came with Seattle down 9-0 in the fourth quarter, as Wilson went to his knees to collect an early snap that had gotten behind him. With several Minnesota defenders in his face, Wilson managed to find Lockett wide open in the middle of the field, and after a block from fellow wideout Jermaine Kearse, Lockett sprung loose up the left sideline before being tackled just short of the Vikings' goal line. Wilson connected with wide receiver Doug Baldwin for a 3-yard touchdown shortly thereafter to start the Seahawks' comeback.
For more on-the-field scenes and sounds from NFL Films, tune into 'NFL Turning Point' every Wednesday night on NBC Sports Network.
Team photographer Rod Mar traveled with the Seahawks on their first leg of the playoffs to Minnesota and took these photos for this week's photo essay, featuring the nail-biting win over the Vikings in the Wild Card matchup.