Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson Finds Wide Receiver Tyler Lockett For 24-Yard Touchdown vs San Francisco 49ers

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson's 24-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Tyler Lockett opened the scoring in Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers at Seattle's CenturyLink Field.

Just as they did in their Week 7 road win over San Francisco, the Seahawks found the end zone on their opening possession in their Week 11 game against the Niners on Sunday at CenturyLink Field. 

Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson hit rookie wide receiver Tyler Lockett for a 24-yard score to cap a six play, 61-yard drive that ate up 2 minutes and 58 seconds of game time. It was the second receivng touchdown of the season for Lockett, whose first came against the 49ers last month and who has also scored on punt and kick returns in his first season out of Kansas State.

Seatte's scoring drive was also aided by rookie running back Thomas Rawls, who started in place of the injured Marshawn Lynch (abdomen). Rawls ran three times for 17 yards and added a tough 12 yards on a catch on the scoring drive. 

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