Baldwin is the third player in the Super Bowl era to record four consecutive games with two or more TD catches, joining Calvin Johnson (2011) and Cris Carter (1995).

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SEAHAWKS 30, BROWNS 13

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After catching eight touchdown passes in his past three games, Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin picked up right where he left off Sunday with two more scoring grabs during the first half against the Cleveland Browns at CenturyLink Field.

Baldwin caught a 3-yard TD pass from quarterback Russell Wilson that tied the score 7-7 in the first quarter. Baldwin then caught Wilson’s 6-yard scoring strike in the second quarter, giving him 10 touchdown catches in the past four games.

According to ESPN Stats and Information, Baldwin is the third player in the Super Bowl era to record four consecutive games with two or more TD catches, joining Calvin Johnson (2011) and Cris Carter (1995).

Steven Hauschka’s extra-point kick put the Seahawks ahead 14-7.

Baldwin’s second TD catch gave him 13 for the season, tying him with Daryl Turner’s franchise record. Turner had 13 TD catches in 1985.

You can watch both of Baldwin’s first-half catches below:

 

Baldwin's 3-yard catch ties game at 7-7

 

Baldwin's 6-yarder is 10th TD in 4 games