Pete Carroll says the game didn't go as Seattle anticipated and not being able to run the ball was a result of 3rd-down issues.SEA 22, DAL 24
Russell Wilson overviews the back-and-forth 4th quarter as the Seahawks couldn't quite get the job done.SEA 22, DAL 24
Ezekiel Elliott reacts to the Cowboys' win over the Seahawks to advance and praises the effort the team showed throughout.SEA 22, DAL 24
Jason Garrett praises Ezekiel Elliot's performance in the Cowboys' win and says he is a "big time football player."SEA 22, DAL 24
Seahawks punter Michael Dickson tries an onside kick that goes too far as Cole Beasley recovers for the Cowboys.SEA 22, DAL 24
Dak Prescott leads the Cowboys to a 24-22 with 226 yards and a touchdown pass along with a running score in the win vs. the Seahawks to advance.SEA 22, DAL 24
Dak Prescott finds Michael Gallup in the end zone for an 11-yard Cowboys' touchdown.SEA 22, DAL 24
Dallas WR Allen Hurns is carted off the field after a left ankle injury in the first quarter against Seattle.SEA 22, DAL 24
Seahawks' kicker Sebastian Janikowski misses a 57-yard field goal and suffers an apparent leg injury.SEA 22, DAL 24
Russell Wilson connects with Doug Baldwin on the sideline for an impressive 17-yard gain.SEA 22, DAL 24
Russell Wilson keeps it himself and goes untouched for a 4-yard touchdown. Mike Davis scores on the 2-point conversion.SEA 22, DAL 24
Dak Prescott looks to go deep and the ball goes through Noah Brown's hands as K. J. Wright hauls in the interception.SEA 22, DAL 24
Ezekiel Elliott takes the handoff up the middle for a 1-yard touchdown.SEA 22, DAL 24
Russell Wilson finds J.D McKissic in the corner of the end zone for a 7-yard touchdown.SEA 22, DAL 24
Dak Prescott takes off for a 16-yard run to set up Dallas at the 1-yard line. Prescott finishes off the drive with a touchdown run.SEA 22, DAL 24
The scheme that carried the Seahawks to consecutive Super Bowls (2013-14) has become increasingly popular around the league. It helped Atlanta get to the big game last year and was the catalyst for Jacksonville's stunning turnaround this season. It also got rave reviews down the stretch in Los Angeles and San Francisco.
Pete Carroll insisted again that he's not going anywhere. He's intent on remaining the leader of the Seattle Seahawks even if it means many of the faces he spoke to this week while closing out the 2017 season are gone by the time Carroll finally gets to coach his team again.
Doug Baldwin spent the week preparing for the inevitable reality, knowing that even with a victory it was going to be difficult for the Seattle Seahawks to make the playoffs for a sixth straight season.