Q13 FOX to Air Three Seahawks Classic Games During Preseason

Fans are able to vote on one of the three Seahawks NFC Championship Games to air August 30

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Q13 FOX, official TV partner of the Seattle Seahawks, will air Seahawks Classics Presented by Washington's Lottery the next three Sundays (August 23, August 30, September 6) at 7 p.m.

Q13 FOX will air three classic games starting with the Seahawks' 2010 NFC Wild Card Game on August 23 and finishing with Seattle's Super Bowl XLVIII victory on September 6. Fans are able vote at Seahawks.com beginning now through Thursday at 11:59 p.m. on the three NFC Championship Games. The winner will air on August 30.

Seahawks Classics Schedule

August 23 – 2010 NFC Wild Card Game vs. New Orleans Saints

The 2010 NFC Wild Card Game became a classic after Marshawn Lynch's 67-yard touchdown run known as 'Beast Quake.' The famous run occurred in the fourth quarter of the Wild Card game against the New Orleans Saints when Lynch broke a total of nine tackles on his way to the end zone. The touchdown ultimately provided the winning margin, as the Seahawks defeated the Saints 41-36.

August 30 – Fan Vote

Option 1: 2005 NFC Championship Game

After securing the NFC's No. 1 seed with a 13-3 regular season, Seattle hosted their first-ever Championship Game and routed the Carolina Panthers, 34-14, earning their first trip to the Super Bowl in club history.

Option 2: 2013 NFC Championship Game

The Seahawks advanced to the Super Bowl for the second time in franchise history, besting the San Francisco 49ers by a score of 23-17. On the final drive of the game, Colin Kaepernick threw to Michael Crabtree in the corner of the end zone where Richard Sherman tipped the ball and Malcolm Smith made the interception, securing the victory.

Option 3: 2014 NFC Championship Game

The Green Bay Packers led the Seahawks throughout the game, trailing 16-0 at halftime and 16-7 late in the fourth quarter. However, like all of Pete Carroll's best teams, the 2014 Seahawks were a resilient bunch and Seattle battled back and finally won the game in overtime. Russell Wilson threw a perfect pass to Jermaine Kearse, who secured his only reception of the game, the game-winning touchdown that sent Seattle back to the Super Bowl for the second-consecutive year.

September 6 – Super Bowl XLVIII

The Seahawks dominated the game from start to finish while scoring touchdowns on offense, defense, and special teams, and added a safety and several field goals en route to a 43-8 win over the Denver Broncos, claiming the franchise's first Super Bowl victory.

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