Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson appeared to run for a 53-yard touchdown during the third quarter Sunday against the Vikings in Minneapolis, but the play was called back because of a holding penalty.
So how did Wilson react? By throwing a 53-yard touchdown pass to Doug Baldwin on the next play.
The Seahawks had the ball on second-and-1 on the their 47-yard line. Wilson took the snap in shotgun formation and passed over the middle to Baldwin, who caught the ball in stride near the Vikings’ 30-yard line and took it untouched into the end zone.
Steven Hauschka’s extra-point kick gave the Seahawks a 35-0 lead.
Wilson’s numbers at that point: 17 of 21 passing for 233 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. He also had 46 yards and one touchdown rushing.