4 Memorable Moments from the 2011 Seattle Seahawks Season

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Looking back at some memorable first half of the season moments for the 2011 Seattle Seahawks!


Seahawks win in New York

They entered the half tied at 14 but the Giants had momentum. The Seahawks offense had three consecutive three play drives to end the first half and started the second half with a three and out. On the first play of the second drive in the half Tarvaris Jackson scrambled for 11 yards and was injured.

In came Charlie Whitehurst, cold off the bench, to attempt to lead an over matched team in a hostel environment to victory.

Charlie went 11/19 149 yards and one 27 yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Doug Baldwin with 2:37 second left in the game to put the Seahawks up 29 to 25.

Brandon Browner would intercept an Eli Manning pass and return it 94 yards for the touchdown to ice the game on the Giants next drive.

Steven Hauschka ties Seahawks field goal record

Although you would like to see the offense get into the end zone more often you can’t take that away from Hauschka’s record tying performance lest sunday against the Ravens.

Steven Hauschka

Nice Memory! Hauschka's record tying performance lest sunday against the Ravens.

Steven joined Norm Johnson, Todd Peterson and Olindo Mare as the only kickers in Seahawks history who have made five field goals in a single game.

Kam Chancellor

Kam Chancellor first career interception

It couldn’t have come at a better time, with a little over a minute left in the game and the Cardinals driving down into field goal rang while trailing the Seahawk 10-13.

Kevin Kolb throws a pass over the middle intended for Todd Heap and Kam jumped the pass for his first career interception that all but sealed the Seahawks victory against their division rival.

Seahawks own Ray Lewis

Michael Robinson man handled Ray all game keeping him from being much of a factor in Seattle’s win over the Ravens.

After being punished by Michael he had Marshawn Lynch clean in the flat when Marshawn put on a sick juke move that left Ray Lewis laying on top of fellow defender Jarret Johnson wondering what happened to Lynch.

Now Ray appears to be out this week with a toe injury but I would say he has a bruised ego as well.

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