Since Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson arrived on the Puget Sound scene, fans have witnessed their fair share of comeback victories. When the Los Angeles Chargers pad a visit to Centurylink Field on Sunday, Nov. 4, few were probably expecting the game to still be in doubt with no time left on the clock in the fourth quarter. Following a penalty, the Seahawks had one more shot at the end-zone, to possibly tie the game, and send things into overtime. The scoreboard clock read nothing but zeroes. A slight tip on Wilson’s final throw into the end-zone ended the comeback bid, and gave the Chargers (6-2) a 25-17 victory. Seattle (4-4) will need to rebound quickly as they head south to face the Los Angeles Rams (8-1) on Sunday, Nov. 11. The Seahawks return home on Thursday, Nov. 11, to face the Green Bay Packers (3-4-1). Both teams are now fighting for their playoff lives.