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Tony McDaniel
Seahawks hold on to defeat Redskins, 27-14

LANDOVER, Md. Russell Wilson set a record and Seattle got its first win in Washington since 1998, defeating the Redskins, 27-17. Otherwise, it was a night that figures to be remembered mostly for being forgettable. The Seahawks were often their own worst enemy, finishing with a season-high 13 penalties, three of which nullified apparent Seattle touchdowns. And ultimately, its greatest meaning is that Seattle improved to 3-1 and back into a tie for first place in the NFC West with Arizona at 3-1. Quarterback: Wilson's 122 rushing yards were not only a career high and Seattle franchise record for a quarterback but also the most by a quarterback in the 45-year history of...