The Seattle Seahawks are slowly but surely inching closer to clinching the NFC West as they currently lead the New York football Giants by the score of 23-0 in the fourth quarter.
The New York Giants thought they were slowing down the Seahawks after Antrel Rolle picked off Russell Wilson to close out the third quarter, but that didn’t last long. Following the fourth interception by starting quarterback Eli Manning, the Seahawks were able to drive down the field and extend their lead over the Giants.
Manning has 20 interceptions thrown on the season, which ties his career high with only two games left on the schedule.
Russell Wilson has made a case for himself when it comes to MVP honors, but he’s competing against Peyton Manning and Tom Brady. Wilson has over 200 passing yards today with one touchdown and interception a piece.
His touchdown went to wide receiver Doug Baldwin early in the fourth quarter which piled on more points on the wounded Giants. With over 10 minutes left in the game, I highly doubt they’re done scoring.