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The Seahawks’ offensive line allowed the Detroit defense to apply constant pressure during their game Monday night at CenturyLink Field, and that pressure helped the Lions score their first touchdown.

The Seahawks had the ball on third-and-four on their 36-yard line when quarterback Russell Wilson took the snap, then fumbled when hit by safety James Ihedigbo. Lions defensive tackle Caraun Reid scooped up the ball and ran it into the end zone for a touchdown.

The Lions had six sacks and seven tackles for a loss at that point in the game.

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The extra point made the score 13-10.