The Seattle Seahawks are one of those teams where everything seems to go their way. They’re the same bunch who won a big game on the B.S. Fail Mary, and they got to host a playoff game in the 2010 season against the Saints despite having a losing record … and then won the game. That’s why the touchdown catch they got in the third quarter of Monday night’s game against New Orleans seemed like the kind that would only happen to them.
The Seahawks had a 2nd-and-8 in the third quarter and scored a touchdown on a deflected ball. Russell Wilson threw a pass intended for Kellen Davis. The ball went off Davis’ hands and helmet and into the arms of running back Derrick Coleman of all people. Coleman caught the touchdown pass — his first NFL touchdown — to give Seattle a 34-7 lead.
Seriously, only with Seattle. It’s just one of those years.
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