With 2:56 on the clock, 3rd and 5 from the 14 yard line, the most critical play of the season so far rested on the shoulders of Russell Wilson.
Wilson makes a great throw falling away from the defender in his face, none other than Aaron Donald.
The touch on the throw was absolutely perfect.
The playcall was great, and was executed to perfection. Jacob Hollister makes the most critical catch of his career, beating his man Jordan Fuller.
Another crucial element of this play was the route of rookie Freddy Swain. He did a great job not interfering with Fuller on this designed rub route concept to prevent drawing a flag from the officiating crew.
It's fascinating to me that in this pivotal moment when we needed a play, it wasn't Lockett/Metcalf in that route combination. It wasn't Greg Olson. They used Hollister and Swain. What a great team effort!
Great playcall. Great execution. Perfect throw. Ball game. Division champs.