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Week 12: Seattle (35) St. Louis (17)

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  1. Moogle06

    Moogle06 Walk On

    Oct 13, 2009
    Week 12: Seattle (35) St. Louis (17)

    Make it 7 in the row as the Seahawks continue their hot streak. The game started off pretty even as the Seahawks struck first with a 60+ yard Julius Jones run on the second play from scrimmage. The Rams wouldn't concede defeat though as they struck back with a 37 yard Colston TD as he broke Mathis's ankles to go untouched into the endzone. On the following drive Hasselbeck had his blinders on and stared Housh down in the middle to give him his only interception of the day. This resulted in points for the Rams as Joseph Addai ran it in from 5 yards out.

    The story changed in the second quarter though as the Seahawks took three straight offensive drives resulting in touchdowns to make a 21-3 run in the second quarter. The hole was just too much for the Rams to dig out of as a final touchdown by Edgerrin James in the fourth quarter destroyed any chances of a comeback. Key points of the game were when the Rams got stopped on three out of their four 4th down attempts coming up a yard short on each of those attempts.

    Seattle continues to roll along racking up 400+ yards of offense for the second week in a row.

    Julius Jones 19 att 129 yds 2 TDs

    Player Stats:

    Matt Hasselbeck - 14-17 251 yds 2 TDs 1 int
    Brandon Marshall - 6 rec 135 yds
    John Carlson - 5 rec 59 yds 2 TDs
    Houshmanzadeh - 2 rec 50 yds

    Marc Bulger - 14-31 269 yds 1 TD 1 Int
    Joseph Addai - 13 att 34 yds 1 TD
    Colston - 4 rec 97 yds 1 TD
    Sidney Rice - 4 rec 97 yds

    GG rams. GL the rest of the season.

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