“Lock’s Last-Minute Heroics Propel Seahawks to Playoffs: Stunning 20-17 Win Over Eagles Ends Four-Game Slump”

Drew Lock threw a 28-yard touchdown pass with just 28 seconds remaining as the Seattle Seahawks kept their playoff hopes alive with a dramatic 20-17 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

The 27-year-old drove 92 yards in 10 plays in Seattle before Jaxon Smith-Njigba scored a game-winning touchdown. Lock was making just his second start of the season when preferred quarterback Geno Smith was injured. andquot;Wonderful won and#039;doesn’t do it justice, but wonderful,andquot; Lock told ESPN. Lock did not find out he would play until shortly before the game when Smith was available despite a groin injury.

After being traded by the Denver Broncos in 2022, he made just one start and two appearances with the Seahawks. andquot;It takes a special group to rally around a guy coming into the second game of the year,andquot; he added. andquot;For a team like this, it was incredible that not only the offense but the defense rallied around me tonight,andquot; The victory ended the four-game losing streak of the Seahawks, moving them to 7-7 on the season and allowing them to reach the postseason.

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