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The Seahawks offense struggled in the first half Sunday against the St. Louis Rams, falling behind 16-3 at halftime. But they opened the second half with an 11-play, 67-yard touchdown drive, capped by Russell Wilson scoring strike to Doug Baldwin.


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It was Baldwin’s 11th touchdown catch in the past five games and his 14th of the season, which sets the Seahawks’ season record. He was tied with Daryl Turner, who had 13 TD catches in 1985.

The reception also pushed Baldwin over 1,000 receiving yards this season. He is the Seahawks’ first 1,000-plus-yard receiver since 2007, when Bobby Engram tallied 1,147.

The Seahawks had the ball on third-and-18 on the Rams’ 25-yard line. Wilson took the snap and lofted the ball over several Rams defenders in the middle of the field to Baldwin, who caught it in the end zone.

Steven Hauschka’s extra-point kick was good, and the Seahawks trailed 16-1o.