The Dallas Cowboys trail the Seattle Seahawks, 20-7, as the two teams enter the fourth quarter of Sunday's game at CenturyLink Field in Seattle, Wash. The Seahawks narrowed the gap between the two teams in total yardage, as Marshawn Lynch's big quarter served as a huge shot in the arm for Seattle's offense.
Lynch used a 36-yard run to increase his rushing total on the day to 84 yards on 15 carries, after the Seahawks ran for just 27 yards as a team in the first half. Russell Wilson threw a touchdown pass to put the Seahawks up by two scores, as he found tight end Anthony McCoy for a 22-yard strike.
Tony Romo hit the 200-yard mark during the third quarter, and has completed 20 of 35 passes in the game. However, Romo's effectiveness has been hindered by Dallas being unable to consistently run the ball with success.
Seattle ended the quarter with a five-yard run on first down at their own 12-yard line.
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