Bengals’ Mike Nugent misses 36-yard field goal as game ends in first tie this season.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says the road win over the Seahawks could “flip the match” and light up Dallas’ season.
Here are three thoughts on Seattle's 30-23 loss to Dallas Sunday from beat writers Jayson Jenks and Bob Condotta.
Here are a bunch of quotes from Seattle players following today's 30-23 loss to Dallas, including Doug Baldwin's response when asked about his animated conversation with Russell Wilson on the sidelines during the game:
Kansas City needs two wins to reach the World Series.
Here are videos of Seattle coach Pete Carroll and players Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas and Michael Bennett following the 30-23 loss to Dallas Sunday:
Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson finished Seattle's 30-23 loss to Dallas with a passer rating of 47.6, third-lowest of his career and lowest since a 38.7 in a loss at San Francisco during his rookie season.
Here's what Seattle coach Pete Carroll had to say after Sunday's 30-23 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
A unit-by-unit look at the first quarter of the season
The Huskies (5-1, 1-1 Pac-12) held the Bears to 43 points below their season average, forced three turnovers and generally made Goff uncomfortable in the pocket. The Bears (4-2, 2-2), who have lost six in a row to UW, never regained momentum after Shaq Thompson’s first-quarter touchdown return
Alcides Escobar doubled in the go-ahead run in the ninth inning, Mike Moustakas extended his home-run binge and Kansas City remained perfect in this year’s postseason, beating the host Baltimore Orioles 6-4 for a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven AL Championship Series.
The Seahawks continued to sputter on offense, gaining one first down before being forced to punt early in the third quarter. Jon Ryan's punt was muffed by the Cowboys' Dwayne Harris at the 15 and recovered by the Seahawks' Mike Morgan, who had made another big special-teams play earlier in the game.
Seattle had three injuries from the 30-23 loss to Dallas Sunday:
Bob Condotta: In a battle of the two best rushing teams in the NFL, Dallas came away winning the battle up front, outrushing the Seahawks 163-80 The reality is, Russell Wilson's running had masked the fact that Seattle's running game has been uneven at times this season. The Seahawks simply couldn't
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.