By Terrance Turner
In an unbelievable game, the Seattle Seahawks launched a dramatic last-second comeback drive to win their match against the Minnesota Vikings. On 4th down and 10, the Seahawks scored a touchdown to win the game, 27-26. They remain undefeated at 5-0.
The Vikings led by 13-0 in the game’s first half. But Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson and the ‘Hawks fought back. They narrowed the lead and then took it. By the start of the fourth quarter, the Seahawks led the Vikings 21-19. But just when it looked like Wilson was mounting a game-winning drive, he threw a crucial interception to Vikings player Eric Wilson.
The Vikings later scored to make it 26-21. But there was 1:27 left. Wilson powered the team down the field in just under a minute. But the drive temporarily stalled near the goal line. Inside 10 yards, Wilson misfired again and again, overthrowing on one pass and throwing an incomplete pass on 3rd and 10. Finally, it was fourth down, with only 15 seconds left — just enough time to Wilson to attempt a last-ditch comeback attempt. He did, with a miraculous touchdown pass to receiver D.K. Metcalf.