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Seattle's Rice KO'd Making Winning Catch

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CHICAGO – The victory was unforgettable.

Receiver Sidney Rice just might not remember it.

He scored on a 12-yard touchdown catch on Seattle’s first possession of overtime, trying to duck under a hit from the Bears’ Major Wright. Rice ended up on his back, knocked out with his arms stiff, and the Seahawks wound up with a 23-17 victory that you had to see twice to believe.

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