Geno Smith passes for three touchdowns in seven seconds, and the third actually counted

The Seattle Seahawks had a 21-20 lead over the Dallas Cowboys at the half of their Thursday night game, which made them the first Cowboys opponent to lead Dallas at halftime in Dallas.

Not that it was easy. With 11 seconds left in the first half, Geno Smith hit receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba for that looked like a 30-yard touchdown. But after a replay review by referee Clete Blakeman in which Blakeman had time to binge every season of “Succession,” it was determined that Smith-Njigba did not have control of the catch.

Then, it looked as if Smith hit tight end Noah Fant for a one-yard touchdown, but Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy called time out just in time.

And then, finally and mercifully, with seven seconds left on the clock, Smith’s one-yard touchdown pass to D.K. Metcalf.

Sadly for the Seahawks, the NFL Rule Book states that a team can only score one touchdown per drive, but Seattle gave it their best.

Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire