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Final Stats: SEA 23 CHI 17

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Unofficial Final Statistics

Seattle 0 10 0 7 6 -- 23

Chicago 7 0 7 3 0 -- 17

First Quarter

CHI - TD, Jay Cutler, 12-yard pass to Earl Bennett (Robbie Gould kick), 8:33

Second Quarter

SEA - TD, Marshawn Lynch, 4-yard run (Steven Hauschka kick), 2:15

SEA - FG, Steven Hauschka, 31 yards, 0:05

Third Quarter

CHI - TD, Jay Cutler, 12-yard pass to Matt Forte (Robbie Gould kick), 3:10

Fourth Quarter

SEA - TD, Russell Wilson, 14-yard pass to Golden Tate (Steven Hauschka kick), 0:24

CHI - FG, Robbie Gould, 46 yards, 0:00

Overtime

SEA - TD, Russell Wilson, 13-yard pass to Sidney Rice, 7:33

TEAM STATISTICS

                             SEA            CHI

First Downs             25              20
Rushes-Yards       32-176       32-132
Passing Yards         283            226
Comp-Att-Int       23-37-0     17-26-0
Return Yards            1               71
Punts-Avg.           5-39.6        5-41.4
Fumbles-Lost          2-1             3-0
Penalties-Yards      8-55           5-45

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS

RUSHING (Team: player, attempts-yards)

SEA: Marshawn Lynch 19-87, Russell Wilson 9-71, Leon Washington 2-8, Robert Turbin 1-6, Michael Robinson 1-4.

CHI: Matt Forte 21-66, Michael Bush 7-39, Jay Cutler 4-27.

PASSING (Team: player, completions-attempts-interceptions-yards)

SEA: Russell Wilson 23-37-0-293.

CHI: Jay Cutler 17-26-0-233.

RECEIVING (Team: player, receptions-yards)

SEA: Sidney Rice 6-99, Golden Tate 5-96, Doug Baldwin 4-46, Marshawn Lynch 2-11, Zach Miller 2-7, Michael Robinson 2-17, Anthony McCoy 1-11, Leon Washington 1-6.

CHI: Brandon Marshall 10-165, Matt Forte 3-30, Evan Rodriguez 2-8, Earl Bennett 1-12, Eric Weems 1-18.

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