Photoblog: A Chance to Win

The Seahawks faced the visiting Atlanta Falcons at CenturyLink Field, with both teams looking to even their 2-2 records with a victory. The NFL honors National Breast Cancer Awareness Month during October of every year, and the field, players and fans were decked out in pink for the game.

In honor of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, uniforms were adorned with pink and these ribbons were worn by coaches and staff members on the sidelines.

Wide receiver Sidney Rice sported a pink cap during the pregame stretch that he wore under his helmet during the game.

Taima the Seahawk flies from the tunnel with the players ready to follow during pregame introductions.

Sidney Rice scored Seattle's first touchdown on this 52-yard reception from quarterback Tarvaris Jackson during the second quarter.

Special teamers Jeron Johnson (32) and Michael Robinson make (26) a tackle on Atlanta kick returner Eric Weems.

Defensive backs Brandon Browner (39) and Earl Thomas (29) sandwich Atlanta's Michael Turner.

Running back Justin Forsett slides by Atlanta defender Curtis Lofton during the second quarter.

Defensive lineman Alan Branch celebrates with teammate Earl Thomas after they stopped Atlanta's Michael Turner for a two-yard loss in the third quarter.

The 12th MAN got rowdy in the second half as the Seahawks rallied from a 24-7 halftime deficit.

Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch flips into the end zone at the end of his 11-yard touchdown run that cut Atlanta's lead to 27-21 with three minutes left in the third quarter.

Marshawn Lynch punctuates his 11-yard touchdown run with a flip into the end zone.

Wide receiver Sidney Rice pumps up the crowd.

The Sea Gals were pretty in pink as they donned cowboy hats for a routine.

Brandon Browner puts a hard hit on Atlanta's Julio Jones.

Browner celebrates his hit on Jones.

Seahawks safety Earl Thomas keeps his eyes wide open as he tracks down Atlanta's Michael Turner.

Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson scrambles up the middle for 13 yards in the fourth quarter.

Seattle's young offensive line protected quarterback Tarvaris Jackson all day, allowing no sacks as Jackson had time to pile up 319 yards and three touchdowns.

As the 12th MAN turned up the volume in the fourth quarter, Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan had to shout signals to his teammates.

Seattle's defense stiffened in the second half and defensive coordinator Gus Bradley exhorted his players late in the fourth quarter.

Seahawks kicker Steven Hauschka watches his 61-yard field goal sail left with 13 seconds left in the game.

First-year receiver Doug Baldwin sits alone on the bench after the Seahawks furious second half rally fell short, resulting in a 30-28 defeat.