The Seahawks found themselves facing a 4th-and-1 from the Minnesota 48-yard line, and Russell Wilson went for a quarterback sneak to get the conversion, but it appeared from just about every angle that Wilson had been stopped short. However, the Seahawks were given credit for a first down, and they got a play off before a booth review could be called for.
Seattle kept their drive going, and the drive eventually ended with a an 11-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson to Golden Tate, the second time the two of them have hooked up on the afternoon, to put the Seahawks ahead.
Kevin Williams got a hand on Steven Hauschka's extra point, causing it to go wide to the right, and the score remained 20-17 in favor of Seattle.
We have just thirty-eight seconds remaining in this one before halftime, and the Seattle Seahawks lead the Minnesota Vikings by a score of 20-17.