Seahawks score with Kenneth Walker touchdown, trail 49ers 10-7

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After two empty drives, the Seahawks got on the board with their third.

Rookie running back Kenneth Walker ran in a 7-yard touchdown to cap the possession, making the score 10-7, 49ers.

Seattle needed 14 plays to go 78 yards, taking 6:57 off the clock.

The Seahawks converted a pair of third downs, with quarterback Geno Smith hitting receiver Tyler Lockett for a 6-yard gain on third-and-4. Then the team used a direct snap to Walker to convert third-and-1 for a first-and-goal at the 7-yard line.

On the next play, Walker made his way into the end zone.

Walker now has 41 yards rushing while Smith has started the game 5-of-6 passing for 33 yards.

2 responses to “Seahawks score with Kenneth Walker touchdown, trail 49ers 10-7

  1. Sounds like a lot of Seahawks fans are in Santa Clara.


    They heard the weather forecast and decided that they had to be there. Seattle fans never miss an opportunity to sit in rain whenever they can.

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