The Seahawks made the switch from a Marshawn Lynch-centric offense to a Russell Wilson-centric offense this season. After struggling out of the gate, the Russell Wilson-Doug Baldwin connection heated up to help Seattle finish the season on a 6-1 tear.

That offense was cold: physically, in sub-zero temperatures, and metaphorically, thanks to the Vikings' brutal defense. Despite the Seahawks' struggles, they were down 9-0 and just a miracle play away from coming back in the fourth. Wilson fumbled a high snap in one play and the surrounding purple spelled certain doom. But behold! Out from despair comes the miracle you see below.

Tyler Lockett's grab put the Seahawks in the red zone, and Baldwin's subsequent touchdown catch gave them their first points of the game. Seattle hit a field goal to go up 10-9.

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