Seattle didn’t get much going offensively in the first half, but quarterback Russell Wilson may have put on his chef’s hat for the third quarter.
Wilson scrambled for a four-yard touchdown on the Seahawks’ opening drive of the half, giving Seattle a 13-6 lead.
The quarterback got Seattle in scoring position with a 45-yard strike down the right sideline to wide receiver David Moore. Wilson rolled to his right, then fired the pass on the run — placing it where only Moore could get it. The play got Seattle to the L.A. 23.
In all, Seattle took seven plays to get 70 yards in 4:28 for the score.
The Rams got the ball back with 10:32 left in the third quarter.