Kam Chancellor’s interception return was a fitting capper to an afternoon that was yet another textbook example of Pete Carroll’s philosophy that while games can’t necessarily be won in the first three quarters, they sure as heck can be won in the fourth quarter.
The Panthers were driving to cut the Seahawks' lead in half in the fourth quarter when Cam Newton threw his second interception of the game. Kam Chancellor came up with the pick at the Seattle 10 and produced an interception return for a touchdown that gave the Seahawks a 31-10 lead. (watch video of
The Seahawks appeared to be putting the game away early in the fourth quarter when they went on a 6-play, 58-yard drive that ended with quarterback Russell Wilson throwing a 25-yard touchdown pass to Luke Willson with 10:26 to go in the game. (Watch video of the play here)