Photoblog: Ten Memorable Action Images From the 2011 Season

Here’s a look back at ten of the most memorable meaningful action photos of the season.

Marshawn Lynch Flips into the End Zone (Seahawks vs. Atlanta, October 2, 2011).

Marshawn Lynch decided to "flip" himself into the end zone at the end of an 11-yard touchdown run against the Atlanta Falcons at CenturyLink Field.

Seahawks defense forces Eli Manning to fumble (Seahawks at NY Giants, October 9, 2011)

Seattle's visit to New York resulted in one of their best victories of the season which featured Chris Clemons forcing Giants quarterback Eli Manning to fumble.

Doug Baldwin’s Crowd Silencing Touchdown (Seahawks at NY Giants, October 9, 2011)

Undrafted rookie Doug Baldwin played fearlessly against New York, and his 27-yard touchdown reception from Charlie Whitehurst with 2:37 left in the game silenced the pro-Giants crowd at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.

Brandon Browner’s Pick-Six Seals the Win (Seahawks at NY Giants, October 9, 2011)

With the Seahawks trying to protect a fragile lead late in the game at the New York Giants, the defensive backfield came up big in the final minutes. An Eli Manning pass intended for Victor Cruz was tipped by Kam Chancellor and intercepted by Brandon Browner, who raced 94-yards for a game-sealing touchdown.

Chris Clemons Smiling and Sacking (Seahawks at Chicago, December 18, 2012)

Chris Clemons smiles as he sacks Chicago quarterback Caleb Haney during Seattle's victory at Chicago. Clemons equaled his 2010 output with 11 sacks again in 2011.

Big Red Heads to the House (Seahawks at Chicago, December 18, 2011)

Big Red Bryant does his best high step as he returns an interception to the end zone for a touchdown in the Seahawks 38-14 victory at Soldier Field.

“Feetball” (Seahawks vs. San Francisco, December 24, 2011)

Seattle's Marshawn Lynch reaches the ball into the end zone amid a sea of feet for a touchdown during the divisional battle with the San Francisco 49ers on Christmas Eve at CenturyLink Field.

Heath Farwell’s Blocked Punt (Seahawks vs. San Francisco, December 24, 2011).

Heath Farwell joined the Seahawks during the 2011 season and made a huge impact on special teams. His blocked punt against San Francisco set up a touchdown by Marshawn Lynch, the first rushing touchdown the 49ers had given up all season.

D-Backs Double-Team (Seahawks at Arizona, January 1, 2012)

Cornerback Brandon Browner and safety Earl Thomas both earned Pro Bowl honors for the 2011 season, and plays like this double-team against Arizona's Larry Fitzgerald in Week 17 were part of the reason why.

Rocket Launches (Seahawks at Arizona, January 1, 2012)

Rookie Ricardo Lockette earned his way into the active roster in Week 16 and wasted no time making his mark. This juggling catch on a deep route resulted in a 61-yard touchdown against the Cardinals. His season totals? Two catches for 105 yards (52.5 ypc) and a touchdown. Expect big things from Lockette in 2012.