Richard Sherman matched strides with Tennessee's Nate Washington, in a far better position to make the catch than the player the pass was intended for.
Even after an All-Pro season a year ago for Seattle, Sherman still finds it surprising when opponents throw his direction.
''I don't even know. I think they were trying to give me the ball,'' Sherman said.
Sherman's fourth-quarter interception and Marshawn Lynch's 3-yard touchdown run that followed the turnover became deciding plays as the Seahawks overcame a sloppy, mistake filled effort in a 20-13 win over the Titans on Sunday.
Seattle dominated defensively, got a solid all-around game from Lynch, who finished with 155 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns rushing, and another steady day from quarterback Russell Wilson.
Yet, the Seahawks trailed at halftime due to a massive special teams blunder, were tied at 10-10 entering the fourth quarter and let the Titans (3-3) linger long enough that Seatt...