Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor, in a desperate effort to thwart a Carolina field-goal attempt in the waning moments of the first half, leapt over Seattle’s defensive line and the Panthers’ offensive line – not once, but twice.
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.
Jerry Brewer: Carolina had the ideal game plan to beat the Seahawks. They controlled Marshawn Lynch and the Seahawks' running game for the most part. They forced the Seahawks' maligned passing game to beat them. And their offense dominated the time of possession for huge chunks of the game, taking a