Russell Wilson threw his fourth interception of the season against the Minnesota Vikings. His latest pick resulted in one of the flukiest touchdowns you will ever see. Not only did Wilson have the pass tipped, but he then tried to bat it down and ended up tipping it a second time into the arms of Anthony Harris.
Wilson's lack of height finally came back to bite him as he wasn't able to spike the ball and he instead hilariously swatted it to a defender. If there was ever such a thing as trying too hard, this was it. If Wilson just lets the ball drop to the ground, Seattle doesn't trail by seven at the half.
The play also gave Booger McFarland a chance to rewrite Minnesota history.