Seattle arrived in Atlanta on Sunday determined to avenge last year's playoff loss and, effectively, close the door on any flickering Falcons hopes for a mildly respectable season.
You know it's a good day in the neighborhood when you're throwing out Turkey Bowl-style plays and they're working. Consider Russell Wilson's pitch to Marshawn Lynch, who then flipped it back to Wilson, who found Jermaine Kearse in the end zone:
Or this threaded needle, where Golden Tate had the most precise drag-and-toe-tap for a touchdown you'll ever see. Seriously, dude grabbed the ball one-handed and twisted his left foot mid-step to make sure it stayed in bounds:
It's going to be very hard for anybody to beat Seattle when the Seahawks are playing like this. As for the Falcons ... well, 2012 had some nice memories.
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