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Russell Wilson Hits Tyler Lockett For 33-Yard Touchdown

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson connected with wideout Tyler Lockett for a 33-yard third-quarter touchdown.

CHARLOTTE - His 50-yard kickoff return to start the second half helped set up the Seahawks' first touchdown, and on his team's second score, Tyler Lockett found himself involved yet again.

The rookie wideout was on the receiving end of a 33-yard Russell Wilson touchdown pass in the third quarter of Sunday's divisional round playoff game against the Carolina Panthers, capping a seven-play 63-yard drive that ate up just 2 minutes and 40 seconds of game time. 

The score cut into the Panthers' 31-0 halftime lead again, with Seattle trailing 31-14 after another successful extra point from kicker Steven Hauschka. 


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