He was intercepted twice, including once in the end zone, when the Patriots were driving inside Seattle’s 10-yard-line and looking to push their fourth-quarter lead to 17 points. He also drew two intentional grounding penalties, one at the end of the first half that would deny the Patriots a chance to kick a chip-shot field goal. Losing by 1, it would ultimately prove costly.
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