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On this date: Seahawks stage largest comeback in franchise history

A look at some memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on Nov. 3.

A look at some memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on Nov. 3:

2013: The Seahawks fall behind 21-0 to the winless Buccaneers before staging the largest comeback in franchise history in pulling out a 27-24 victory in overtime at CenturyLink Field. Russell Wilson sparks the rally by passing for touchdowns to Jermaine Kearse and Doug Baldwin and running for a score. The TD pass to Baldwin ties the score at the of regulation and Steven Hauschka kicks a 27-yard field goal to win the game in overtime.

1985: Terry Taylor returns an interception 75 yards for a touchdown and blocks a field goal attempt that is recovered by Byron Walker and returned 56 yards for a touchdown in a 33-3 victory over the Los Angeles Raiders at the Kingdome.

1996: Michael McCrary blocks Houston's game-winning field goal attempt with 16 seconds to play, recovers the ball and laterals it to Robert Blackmon to complete a 68-yard touchdown return in a 23-16 victory over the Oilers at the Kingdome. John Friesz passes for 323 yards, the Seahawks' first 300-yard passing performance since 1990.

2002: Koren Robinson catches eight passes for 100 yards and Shaun Alexander has 115 yards rushing and receiving, but neither gets into the end zone in a 14-3 loss to Redskins in Seattle. The Redskins' Shane Matthews completes just 10 of 27 passes, but he does throw two touchdown passes.

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