Seahawks 23

Broncos 20

Nfl Week 13

December 04, 2006

J. Brown kicks Seattle to win

DENVER -- Josh Brown tied an NFL single-season record with his fourth winning field goal in the final minute, nailing a 50-yarder with four seconds left to give Seattle a 23-20 win over stumbling Denver last night.

Rookie defensive lineman Darryl Tapp returned Jay Cutler's first interception 25 yards for a touchdown and the Seahawks (8-4) took advantage of five turnovers to send the Broncos (7-5) to their third straight loss.

"I think I put too much in the game plan for this being his first game," Broncos coach Mike Shanahan said of Cutler.

Seattle started its winning drive from its 14 with 2:31 left.

Seattle 0 7 0 16-23

Denver 3 10 0 7-20

First quarter Den-FG Elam 37, 3:58.

Second quarter Den-St.Alexander 7 pass from Cutler (Elam kick), 6:14. Sea-Tapp 25 interception return (J.Brown kick), 5:00. Den-FG Elam 41, :00.

Fourth quarter Sea-Sh.Alexander 1 run (J.Brown kick), 8:13. Sea-FG J.Brown 44, 4:08. Sea-FG J.Brown 23, 2:58. Den-Marshall 71 pass from Cutler (Elam kick), 2:37. Sea-FG J.Brown 50, :05. A-76,146.

Sea Den

First downs 12 14

Total Net Yards 270 302

Rushes-yards 31-108 34-181

Passing 162 121

Punt Returns 5-36 2-6

Kickoff Returns 4-107 5-127

Interceptions Ret. 2-45 1-0

Comp-Att-Int 16-28-1 10-21-2

Sacked-Yards Lost 1-6 3-22

Punts 8-38.4 7-43.9

Fumbles-Lost 0-0 5-3

Penalties-Yards 10-80 3-25

Time of Possession 30:31 29:29 Rushing-Seattle, Sh.Alexander 26-90, Strong 1-8, Morris 3-7, Branch 1-3. Denver, T.Bell 23-133, Sapp 2-24, M.Bell 4-12, Cutler 4-10, Elam 1-2. Passing-Seattle, Hasselbeck 16-28-1-168. Denver, Cutler 10-21-2-143. Receiving-Seattle, D.Jackson 6-91, Branch 3-23, Burleson 2-23, Stevens 2-12, Hackett 1-13, Heller 1-4, Sh.Alexander 1-2. Denver, Walker 2-17, St.Alexander 2-16, Marshall 1-71, Scheffler 1-15, N.Jackson 1-9, T.Bell 1-8, Smith 1-6, Sapp 1-1. Missed field goal-Seattle, J.Brown 40 (WL), 53 (WR).

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