December 03, 2019

The Seattle Seahawks and the Minnesota Vikings were the only teams who never played during the Thanksgiving weekend. However, the two teams met on Monday night for a thrilling showdown. Points from an extra touchdown helped the Seahawks to win the match, which they were playing at home. The game ended 37-30 in their favor.

Quarter 1

Cook scored an early touchdown a few minutes into the match to push the Vikings ahead. However, before the first quarter ended Carson equalized with a touchdown for the Seahawks.

Quarter 2

Harris intercepted a Vikings pass in the second quarter and scored the Vikings’ second touchdown. Later on, Myers scored a 29-yard field goal for the Seahawks. Bailey also scored as field goal on the opposite end from 47 yards out.

Quarter 3

The Seahawks dominated the third quarter and got two touchdowns and a field goal. Penny and Moore scored the touchdowns while Myers scored the field goal from 29 yards out.

Quarter 4

The home side got one touchdown and a field goal in the final quarter as the visitors got two touchdowns. Penny scored the touchdown for the home side and Myers the 36-yard field goal. Treadwell and Rudolph scored the two touchdowns for the visitors. Plenty of more NFL action coming up in week 14. Stay tuned to get all the updates.