Sehawks Bounce RG3, Redskins

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LANDOVER, Md. — It was only fitting that quarterback Russell Wilson was the first to reach the end zone on Seattle's winning touchdown.

Running back Marshawn Lynch scored on a 27-yard run in the fourth quarter, following Wilson's block into the end zone just as Seattle followed its rookie quarterback to the franchise's first road playoff victory in 29 years.

Seattle 24-14 over Washington, and there were 84,325 witnesses in the largest crowd ever to watch a playoff game at FedEx Field.

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