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Dallas receiver Allen Hurns was in surgery for a broken left ankle, a gruesome injury sustained in the first quarter of the Cowboys' 24-22 wild-card win over Seattle.
Once the Seahawks clinched a Wild Card berth, there were plenty of Rams fans that wondered if there would be a third meeting between these NFC West rivals, which most likely would have been quite the intense battle.
The Seahawks lost kicker Sebastian Janikowski to injury at the end of the first half.
Russell Wilson quickly found Tyler Lockett for a 53-yard pass play to put Seattle at the 13.
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Still, the Seahawks took their first lead basically because the 40-year-old's injury forced them to try. The Seahawks scored a touchdown on fourth down and then converted on the two-point attempt after deciding not to go with Dickson on the extra point. Wilson was 18 of 27 for 233 yards, with Lockett getting four catches for 120 yards.
But Seattle's offense picked up some steam in the 2nd quarter with a pair of field goals by Sebastian Janikowski.
Dallas had a chance to take the lead back on a 58-yard Brett Maher field goal attempt, and while it was long enough, he pushed it wide right. A 34-yard pass to Amari Cooper, who had seven catches for 106 yards, led to Elliott's 1-yard plunge after an apparent touchdown by the quarterback was overturned on replay. That's when the Seahawks came up with a huge play that at the time looked like it would turn the tide. Wilson handed the ball to Michael Davis who was able to rush into the end zone.
It wouldn't work out that way. Despite the struggles, Seattle continued to push the running game deep into the fourth quarter. Dickson had completed drop-kick kickoffs and onside kicks in addition to punting before the game.