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Seahawks Defensive End Michael Bennett Forces Fumble, Linebacker Bobby Wagner Recovers and Returns it for a Touchdown

A third quarter turnover helped extend the Seahawks lead to 24-7 over the Cincinnati Bengals.

After Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls ran for a 69-yard touchdown, the Bengals couldn't catch much of a break on their ensuing possession.

Defensive end Michael Bennett shot through Cincinnati's offensive line to blow up a 1st-and-10 running play in the backfield, forcing a fumble of Bengals ball carrier Rex Burkhead in the process. The football was scooped up by Seattle linebacker Bobby Wagner, who had a simple 23-yard sprint to the end zone and pushed the Seahawks' lead to 24-7 in the third quarter.


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