Seattle Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson Tosses 27-Yard Touchdown To Wide Receiver Tyler Lockett

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson finds wide receiver Tyler Lockett for a 27-yard score in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns.

Russell Wilson's third touchdown toss against the Cleveland Browns vaulted him up the ranks in the Seahawks' record book.

The 27-yard throw to wide receiver Tyler Lockett was Wilson's 29th touchdown throw of the season, surpassing former Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasslebeck (28, 2007) for the second-most touchdown passes in a single season in franchise history. Seahawks Ring of Honor member Dave Krieg holds the number one spot on that list, tossing 32 touchdowns for Seattle back in 1984.

Wilson's touchdown to Lockett capped a 10-play, 96-yard drive that helped put Seattle up 27-10 in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game at CenturyLink Field.

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