The Seattle Seahawks played the hosts of their NFL week 9 clash against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This was one of the high-scoring matched during the weekend where both teams battled till the last minute. Finally, the Seahawks won 40-34.
The game had an intense activity right from the first quarter. The visitors won that first quarter with two touchdowns to the hosts’ one. Jones and Perriman scored the touchdowns for the visitors while Lockett scored the one for the hosts.
The visitors were first to get on the scoreboard after a touchdown from Evans. Later on, Hollister scored a touchdown for the home side.
Lockett got a touchdown for the home side. This ensured that the score-line was level. Then, Gay scored a field goal from 41 yards out for the Buccaneers.
Myers’ 37-yard field goal was the first scoring opportunity early into the final quarter. He later scored again from 22 yards and Gay scored for the buccaneers from 45 yards out. Metcalf got a touchdown for Seahawks and Ogunbowale got one for the visitors as the game neared its end. The two touchdowns ensured a level score-line and the match had to go to overtime.
Wilson made a short right pass to Hollister who caught the ball graciously. He then made a 10-yard touchdown to ensure that the hosts emerged victoriously. Stay tuned to know how the other NFL matches from the last weekend ended.