The Seahawks almost completed an amazing finish, but will need overtime to beat the winless Buccaneers.
Seattle came back from a 21-0 second-quarter deficit to tie the game 24-24, and will go to an extra session for a chance to complete the deal.
It appeared the Seahawks were going to make the anticipated comeback earlier in the fourth quarter, but Buccaneers safety Keith Tandy picked off Wilson in the end zone.
But another defensive stand gave them the ball back quickly, and Wilson hit Doug Baldwin for a 10-yard touchdown with 1:52 left to tie the game.
The Seahawks continued to struggle up front. Already playing without both starting tackles, center Max Unger left in the fourth quarter with a concussion and didn’t return.