The Seahawks, bouyed by the return of starters Marcus Trufant and Leroy Hill on the defensive side of the ball traveled to Dallas to face the Cowboys at their new state-of-the art stadium.
Seattle’s defensive linemen gather in the locker room before hitting the field.
Cowboy Stadium is the newest stadium in the league, and features the largest video boards in the world.
Seahawks offensive players gather together during pregame. In order to get to the field, players must pass through a glass-enclosed club area, as well as field level suites.
Brandon Mebane’s penetration paid off with a tackle of Dallas running back Felix Jones.
Receiver Deion Branch scored on a route up the middle after beating Dallas defender Patrick Watkins.
Branch celebrates his touchdown, a 23-yard reception.
Safety Jordan Babineaux stretched out but couldn’t reach a pass by Dallas quarterback Tony Romo.
Seattle kept trying to bring pressure on Romo, and linebacker David Hawthorne got through for a sack.
Seattle’s defense flattens Dallas running back Marion Barber.
Defensive lineman Lawrence Jackson then took a turn wrapping up Barber.
Safety Deon Grant knocks the ball away from Dallas receiver Patrick Crayton.
Brnadon Mebane hit Dallas receiver Roy Williams at the goal line, knocking the ball loose, but officials ruled the play a touchdown.
Seattle’s Colin Cole recovered a fumble late in the game.
Former Seahawks quarterback Jon Kitna greets Kelly Jennings after the game.