The Seahawks were nursing a 23-20 lead in the fourth quarter when Tony Romo and DeMarco Murray drove the Cowboys 80 yards in nine plays. Murray capped off the drive with a 15-yard run that put Dallas ahead, 27-23, with 3:16 to go.
The Seahawks suffered a potentially big blow to their defense in the second quarter when middle linebacker Bobby Wagner left the game with a foot injury. His return is listed as questionable, and he headed to the locker room late in the first half as Dallas was driving for a tying field goal.
The Seahawks find themselves trailing in a game by seven points for the first time since the NFC title game last year (Seattle trailed 20-14 at halftime of its Week 2 game in San Diego). The Seahawks have made some big plays, but have otherwise been dominated by the Cowboys.
The Seahawks were already ahead 3-0 and had forced the Cowboys to line up for a punt on their first possession. But Doug Baldwin broke through the Dallas offensive line and blocked Chris Jones' punt. Linebacker Mike Morgan scooped up the loose ball and ran it back 25 yards for a touchdown to give Se
The biggest news about Seattle's inactive list for Sunday's game against Dallas is who isn't on it --- strong safety Kam Chancellor.
Well this story could certainly add an interesting subplot to today's Seattle-Dallas game.
We'll kick off the pregame chat for Sunday's Seahawks-Cowboys NFC showdown at noon.
The Dallas Morning News has published its predictions for Sunday's Seahawks-Cowboys game, and they line up the same way the rest of the national media and major newspapers has. All four from Dallas predict a Seahawks victory.
Love ’em, hate ’em, laugh at ’em for their struggles the past 18 years, but you can’t ignore the Cowboys. There’s a lesson in this for the Seahawks and their fledgling significance. The Cowboys understand the scrutiny and envy the Seahawks are currently experiencing.
The Washington quarterback helped direct his team to a stellar win over Cal Saturday afternoon.
Good morning from my Alaska Airlines flight somewhere high above Oregon. The Huskies (5-1, 1-1 Pac-12) and Ducks (5-1, 2-1) will play down there somewhere outside my 15F window seat at 5 p.m. Saturday (Fox Sports 1). First, a look back at the Huskies' 31-7 victory at Cal on Saturday:
In an admission I know will date me, the first NFL regular season game I ever attended was also the first time the Dallas Cowboys came to Seattle on Oct. 3, 1976.
UW's Hau'oli Kikaha had three of UW's four sacks against Cal, giving him 10 for the season and the national lead.
Here's UW quarterback Cyler Miles after Saturday's victory at Cal:
Madison Bumgarner once again put the San Francisco Giants well on the road to a playoff victory.
LeBron James scored seven points while playing 20:35 against his former team, and the Cleveland Cavaliers went on to beat the Miami Heat 122-119 in overtime in an exhibition game in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Kevin Love of the Cavaliers scored a game-high 25 points on 9-for-12 shooting.
Alex Gordon hit a tiebreaking homer in the 10th inning, Mike Moustakas added a two-run shot later in the inning and the Kansas City Royals defeated the host Baltimore Orioles 8-6 in the opener of the best-of-seven American League Championship Series.