You read that right: Doug Baldwin threw a touchdown pass to Russell Wilson to extend the Seahawks' lead over the Eagles.

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Anyone call a Doug Baldwin-to-Russell Wilson touchdown pass?

Wilson made his third career reception count on Sunday against the Eagles, taking a third-quarter pass from Baldwin in stride for a 15-yard touchdown. The score put the Seahawks ahead 23-7 halfway through the third quarter.

It was Wilson’s first career reception since Week 3 in 2014 against the Broncos, when Seattle ran a similar play that went for 17 yards (though not for a touchdown). That pass was thrown by Jermaine Kearse.

At the time of the play, Wilson had more receiving yards than the Eagles’ wide receivers.

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson talks to the media following the win over the Eagles.
Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin talks about throwing a touchdown pass to Russell Wilson.

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