Russell Wilson hit Jermaine Kearse for a 35-yard touchdown to beat the Packers in overtime, consummating one of the biggest redemption comebacks in recent sports memory. It was Seattle’s third touchdown in just over five minutes of game-time as the team, and there will surely be endless talk about the 984,309,830,980,298* things that went wrong for Green Bay to cost them a 16-point lead at halftime, and 12-point lead in the final couple minutes.
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