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Seahawks beat Giants 38-17 behind franchise record 350 rushing yards

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From incredibly frustrating to incredibly easy ... Seattle improves to 6-3.

Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports

The Seattle Seahawks outscored the New York Giants 24-0 in the second half and easily moved to 6-3 on the year. They rushed for 350 yards, easily a franchise record. The previous record was 320 against the Houston Texans in 2005.

Marshawn Lynch became the third player in Seahawks history to rush for four touchdowns in a single game, joining Shaun Alexander (who did it three times) and Curt Warner. He's the fourth player to rush for four scores against the Giants, joining DeAngelo Williams, Emmitt Smith, and Leroy Kelly. He ended his day with 140 yards, the fourth-highest total of his career. Despite his low numbers from last week, he was dominant against the Raiders and is on an incredible run at the moment.

Russell Wilson rushed for 107 yards and a touchdown. It's his third 100-yard rushing game of the year; The record for 100-yard games in one year for a QB is four, currently held by Michael Vick.

The Seahawks remain in the second wild card spot, as the standings currently ... stand.

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