Seahawks fans remember what it's like to have a feature back that can receive. Well, older fans do. Julius Jones takes a screen up the right sideline and breaks a tackle in the open field to burst into the third level and score. That play would have been a score from any part of the field.
The screen pass made up for a bad handoff and bad decision by Seneca Wallace. He threw pitched it the wrong direction, recovered and then ran the ball out of bounds when an incomplete would have saved 14 yards.