Rashaad Penny scored one touchdown rushing and one receiving, Russell Wilson hit David Moore for a 60-yard TD pass, and the Seattle Seahawks built a big second-half lead before holding off the Minnesota Vikings for a 37-30 win. 

Seattle moved into a tie with San Francisco atop of the NFC West but holds the tiebreaker for now. 

It has the inside track to the division title with four games left. Minnesota fell one game behind Green Bay in the NFC North. 

The Minnesota Vikings had a chance to make a statement. Instead they left Seattle with a 37-30 loss to the Seahawks. The Vikings led 17-10 at halftime and had a chance to take control in the third quarter. Seattle didn’t let them, scoring 24 straight points to take a 17-point lead. 

The lead was big enough to hold off a fourth-quarter rally by Kirk Cousins and the Vikings. Minnesota is now one game behind Green Bay in the NFC North race with four games remaining.

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