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After struggling offensively in sub-freezing temperatures during Sunday’s NFC wild-card game against the Vikings, the Seahawks got yet another big play from receiver Doug Baldwin in the third quarter.

SEAHAWKS 10, VIKINGS 9

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Baldwin, who led the Seahawks in receiving and set a franchise record with 14 touchdown catches in the regular season, made a spectacular one-handed catch of a pass from quarterback Russell Wilson to keep a Seahawks drive alive.

The Seahawks had the ball on third-and-10 at their 20-yard line. Wilson took the snap in shotgun formation and passed over the middle of the field to Baldwin. The pass was high, but Baldwin leaped and grabbed the ball with one hand, coming down with it in front of Vikings safety Harrison Smith.

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