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Inside the Film: Doug Baldwin’s touchdown grab helps the Seahawks get a win

A look at how Baldwin got behind the entire Giants defense to score the first touchdown for the Seahawks

Coming off a bye week the Seattle Seahawks traveled to MetLife Stadium to take on the 1-5 New York Giants. The Giants were fresh off a statement win over the Denver Broncos at Mile High stadium and were looking to save their season. But the Seahawks out-gained the Giants 222-42 in the first half, even though they still trailed by four points due to a Thomas Rawls fumble that lead to an Evan Engram touchdown.

On their first drive of the 3rd quarter, Seattle went three and out and seemed to be plagued by the same issues that had kept them off the scoreboard so far. However, on their second drive of the half, they went 74 yards down the field and scored on 2nd-and-goal from the 23-yard line.

This week I take a look at how the Seahawks took the lead on a fantastic Doug Baldwin route and a great throw from Russell Wilson.