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Photoblog: Fourth Quarter Fall.

The Seahawks hoped to stretch their winning streak to three games against the visiting Washington Redskins, who traveled to Seattle losers of six games in a row. Seattle survived a rough first quarter to take a 10-point lead in the second half, only to see it snatched away in the fourth quarter.

Hours before kickoff, receiver Sidney Rice enters the team's locker room at CenturyLink Field.

General manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll chat in the rain during pregame.

Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor heads into the smoke and fog of the pregame introductions.

After a near melee between co-captains, order was restored and referee Clete Blakeman only allowed one captain per team to attend when he finally was able to toss the coin.

Safety Earl Thomas makes a diving pass deflection on a ball intended for Washington's Santana Moss.

Marshawn Lynch and the Seahawks offense found the going tough in the first half, as the Redskins held them to only only ten minutes of possession time.

Cornerback Brandon Browner makes a leaping interception in front of Washington's Jabar Gaffney in the second quarter.

Behind blocks by offensive linemen Paul McQuistan, left, and Robert Gallery, right, Marshawn Lynch wove his way to a 20-yard touchdown to tie the game at 7-7.

Marshawn LYnch celebrates his 20-yard touchdown pass and run from Tarvaris Jackson.

Washington's Jabar Gaffney stretches but can't reach this pass on a fade route as Seattle's Richard Sherman defends.

Red Bryant gets through to block a 23-yard field goal attempt by the Redskins.

Bryant was still fired up when met by coach Pete Carroll on the sidelines after the blocked field goal.

The 12th MAN gave their all as the Seahawks tried to hold onto a second half lead.

Marshawn Lynch got his "Beast Mode" on and punished Washington's Oshiomogho Atogwe on this run. Lynch ran for 111 yards on 24 carries.

Heath Farwell and the Seahawks special teams did their part as Jon Ryan landed this punt near the goal line which was kept in play by Farwell's hustle and balance.

Michael Robinson and teammates did the rest, downing the punt on the two yard-line.

Cornerback Richard Sherman also intercepted a pass by Rex Grossman, then returned to the sidelines pumped up by the turnover.

Seahawks receiver Golden Tate couldn't hold on to this pass in the end zone, and Seattle settled for a field goal to take a 10-7 lead.

On Seattle's next possession, Tate was able to haul in a 15-yard touchdown pass from Tarvaris Jackson, but his falling celebration earned him an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.

After Washington scored to take a 20-17 lead, Red Bryant blocked the extra point for his second block of the day and kept the Seahawks within three points of the Redskins in the fourth quarter.

Seattle's best hope at a tie or chance to win was thrwarted when Doug Baldwin got open deep in Washington territory on a pass that fell incomplete despite contact from the defender that fans thought should have been called a penalty.

Seattle's fourth quarter woes were evident when Jackson was sacked on fourth down with just over two minutes remaining in the game.

After he threw an interception on what would be Seattle's final drive, Tarvaris Jackson watched as the Redskins ran out the clock for an 20-17 victory.


Photoblog: Mistakes by the Lake

The Seahawks came off their bye week looking for a second straight road win, this time visiting the Cleveland Browns.

Seahawks players relax in the lobby of the team hotel in-between meetings on Saturday in Cleveland.

The team took charter buses to Case Western Reserve University for their Saturday walk-thru on a field located between picturesque campus dormitories.

On Sunday, defensive lineman Alan Branch was on the field hours before kickoff, playing a little air guitar before taking on the Browns in the city that houses the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame.

Deon Butler signed autographs for members of the 12th MAN who attended the road game.

Starting running back Marshawn Lynch took the field for pregame warmups before back issues prevented him from playing.

Red Bryant, the heart and soul of the Seahawks defense, fired up his teammates on the field during pregame.

Newly signed free-agent Heath Farwell heads out of the tunnel with the team during pregame introductions.

Seattle quarterback Charlie Whitehurst had a tough day and was sacked three times including this nine-yard loss in the game's opening drive.

Whitehurst was hit from behind and lost the ball on a fumble on this second quarter play.

Seattle's defense pressured Cleveland's offense all afternoon, and Red Bryant put a hard knock on Colt McCoy during the first half.

Colt McCoy is sacked by Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor, who was flagged for a personal foul on the play.

Head referee Mike Carey announces the penalty against Chancellor as Seattle's Chris Clemons seeks an explanation.

Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman upends Cleveland tight end Evan Moore.

Kam Chancellor and Leroy Hill celebrate a stop on third down during the second quarter.

Seattle's Chris Clemons continued his fine play with two quarterback sacks of Cleveland's Colt McCoy.

Seahawks medical staff attends to cornerback Walter Thurmond, who suffered a season-ending leg injury.

The Seahawks defense stood stout and David Hawthorne intercepted a McCoy pass deep in Seattle territory.

Leon Washington broke free on a punt return for an apparent touchdown that would have given the Seahawks the lead, but officals flagged Kennard Cox for an illegal block on the play.

Sidney Rice looks for the end zone on Seattle's lone excursion into Cleveland's red zone. The Seahawks were forced to settle for a field goal.

Red Bryant (79) blocked two field goals on the afternoon, including this key block in the fourth quarter.

Red Bryant celebrates with teammates Raheem Brock, David Vobora, and Sidney Rice after blocking the field goal.

Wide receiver Mike Williams fights but can't reach a ball thrown to him in double coverage on Seattle's final drive.

Offensive tackle Russell Okung leaves the sideline at the end of the 6-3 loss.

Head coach Pete Carroll walked through the locker room and spoke to each player after the game.