Rookie Tyler Lockett scored his third touchdown in the past two games when he caught a 27-yard pass from Russell Wilson that extended the Seahawks’ lead over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday at CenturyLink Field.
The Seahawks opened the fourth quarter with the ball on second-and-15 on the Browns’ 27-yard line when Wilson took the snap in shotgun formation. Wilson lofted a pass down the left sideline to Lockett, who was open after getting past a Browns linebacker. Defensive back Johnson Bademosi came over to help but was too late, as Lockett took the ball into the end zone.
Steven Hauschka’s extra-point kick gave the Seahawks a 27-10 lead.
The TD gave Wilson 29 for the season, moving him past Matt Hasselbeck for second in team history. Hasselbeck had 28 touchdown passes in 2007. Dave Krieg had 32 in 1984.