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Seattle didn’t get anything going in the first half of Sunday’s matchup with Pittsburgh. But the Seahawks came out with a clear objective to start the the third quarter and it paid off with a touchdown.
Running back Alex Collins ran in a 2-yard touchdown on second-and-goal, capping a 10-play, 75-yard drive that took 5:05 off the clock.
Seattle didn’t face a third down en route to the score.
With just under 10 minutes left in the third quarter, the Steelers have a chance to get back on the board and keep control of the contest.
Seahawks establish the run with Alex Collins, cut Pittsburgh’s lead to 14-7 originally appeared on Pro Football Talk