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Seahawks Classics: 2010 Wild Card vs. Saints This Sunday On Q13 FOX

Watch a complete re-airing of the unforgettable upset win, including the 'Beast Quake' run, this Sunday at 7 p.m.

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With the 2020 regular season just weeks away, it's a great time to get back into the habit of watching the Seahawks on Sundays, and Q13 FOX is making it easy with Seahawks Classics Presented by Washington's Lottery. Three of the best games in franchise history will air over the next three Sundays at 7 p.m. beginning this Sunday with a full rebroadcast of the 2010 NFC Wild Card Game vs. the New Orleans Saints.

The Seahawks had finished the 2010 season with a 7-9 record, but still managed to win the NFC West thanks to a similarly underwhelming season from the rest of the division, and became the first team in NFL history to reach the playoffs with a losing record. Even better, as the division champs, the Seahawks received home field advantage for the Wild-Card Round. While the rest of the league debated the merits of Seattle's playoff spot, most expected it to be little more than a footnote to the 2010 season. After all, their first-round match-up was with the Saints, who had not only gone 11-5 during the season, but entered the 2010 playoffs as the reigning Super Bowl champs. Seattle would be quickly dismissed by Drew Brees and the Saints on their path to defending their title, or so everyone outside of Seattle thought.

As they say, that's why they play the game.

Watch the entire 2010 NFC Wild Card Game this Sunday at 7 p.m. on Q13 FOX. On Sunday, August 30, Q13 will air the 2013 NFC Championship, and on Sunday, September 6, fans can re-live Super Bowl XLVIII.

Photos from an unforgettable upset win over the New Orleans Saints in the Wild Card Round of the 2010 NFL Playoffs, punctuated with the 'Beast Game' touchdown run. Watch the entire 2010 NFC Wild Card Game Sunday, August 23 at 7 p.m. on Q13 FOX. Presented by Washington's Lottery.

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