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Bobby Wagner sets Seahawks team record with 98-yard pick-six

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San Francisco 49ers v Seattle Seahawks Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images

Down three touchdowns with under five minutes to go, the San Francisco 49ers had put together a respectable drive. However, on a 3rd and 3 from Seattle’s five-yard line, Bobby Wagner ended that drive, intercepting Nick Mullens’ pass and taking it back 98 yards for a touchdown.

Wagner’s touchdown was the exclamation mark on a fantastic day for the consistently great linebacker. Prior to the interception, Wagner had already collected a sack, forced fumble and fumble recovery.

The 98-yard return set a new team record for longest touchdown return, passing Brandon Browner’s 94-yard pick-six against the Giants in 2011. Here’s Wagner making a house call untouched, to seal an emphatic victory for the Seahawks over their NFC West rivals: