In case you couldn't watch, here are some of the big highlights from the Seahawks' 26-15 win over the Eagles Sunday.

The fireworks started early with C.J. Prosise's 72-yard touchdown run -- the longest run by a Seahawk ever at CenturyLink Field.

72 yards to the HOUSE. #PHIvsSEA https://t.co/v415WXAJ2O

— NFL (@NFL) November 20, 2016

The bad news for Prosise, which we learned after the game, is he suffered a shoulder injury later and head coach Pete Carroll said he will be out "a while."

The Eagles came right back with this Carson Wentz to Zach Ertz touchdown pass.

Russell Wilson showed he is back to form, somehow escaping Eagles defenders and finding Jimmy Graham, who broke a tackle and rumbled in for the 35-yard touchdown.

They aren't always pretty from Wilson. This pass to Thomas Rawls could have gone south fast.

But Wilson later showed off his arm and accuracy, hitting Doug Baldwin for a 44-yard gain.

44 yards downfield! #PHIvsSEA https://t.co/mMCKobTTI3

— NFL (@NFL) November 20, 2016

With the Eagles still in the game, Kam Chancellor came up big with this interception just before halftime.

And then the play of the game. Wilson pitches to Baldwin, who throws it to Wilson for the touchdown.

Wentz helped get it to within 11 after this late fourth quarter touchdown to Nelson Agholor.

With Prosise out, the Seahawks tried backup quarterback Trevone Boykin a little at running back late in the game. They need to work on that.

It did not go well... #PHIvsSEA https://t.co/c4jPBVUPSt

— NFL (@NFL) November 21, 2016