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Recreating Seahawks' win over Packers in Madden proves a tough task

RENTON, Wash. A short drive from the Seahawks' headquarters, inside an apartment, an experiment of no scientific or social consequence was conducted. The Seahawks' comeback in the fourth quarter against the Packers last Sunday has been called the greatest rally in team history and one of the most exciting moments in Seattle sports. It also shattered the rules of probability. At the moment quarterback Russell Wilson threw his fourth interception with 5:04 left, the Seahawks' chances of winning dipped to less than 2 percent, and defensive tackle Brandon Mebane looked to see if fans were leaving. But to test the improbability of the Seahawks' comeback, I needed more. I...

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