Found October 03, 2011 on Pro Sports Blogging:
The Atlanta Falcons had a 27-7 lead near the beginning of the third quarter.  A friend texted me from work asking me how the Seahawks were doing, and I responded “they’re getting killed.”  The Falcon offense was running smoothly, and the game looked to be firmly in Atlanta’s control.  However, like they have done in nearly every game this season (not against Pittsburgh), the Seahawks dominated the third quarter and second half.  Their rally fell just a few yards short, as Seahawk kicker Steven Hauschka missed a potential game-winning, 61-yard field goal with 8 seconds remaining. Atlanta started the game quickly, scoring touchdowns three of the first four times they had the ball.  Though the Seahawks managed to score on a 52-yard bomb from Tarvaris Jackson to Sidney Rice, a Matt Bryant field goal right before the end of the half extended the Falcon lead to 24-7. The Falcons picked up where they left off on the first drive of the second half, with Matt Bryant hitting his second field ...
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