Seahawks Claims Victory Over Panthers


Seattle Seahawks has claimed a 30-27 victory in their latest match against Carolina Panthers at the Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte NC on Sunday. This comes as a promising win for the Seahawks after their previous triumph over Green Bay Packers two weeks ago. With only two games left in the season with the Minnesota Vikings and the Kansas City Chiefs, Seattle’s team is pinning their hopes for a winning streak. 

“It was a fantastic finish for our guys,” said Seahawks coach Pete Carroll during the press conference following the game. “We needed all of it.”  

With an exemplary team effort, the Seahawks were able to score by placekicker Sebastian Janikowski’s 31-yard field goal, earning them the final lead against Carolina Panthers. Prior to this accomplishment, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and wide receiver David Moore connected for a deep 35-yard touchdown pass, tying the score to their opponent’s. 

The outcome may deem to be disappointing to the Panthers, whose hope for this season’s win was cut short partly due to cornerback rookie Donte Jackson’s injury in the first quarter, but this does not entirely discredit the team’s victories over previous games as their aim for the NFC South Title earlier in the month. 

For Seahawks Seattle, this consecutive win will renew their hopes for this season. “It is really a rewarding win,” Carrolls stated.

They are set to face head-on with the San Francisco 49ers next week.