Seahawks vs. Redskins score: One point separates at the half, 14-13

Win McNamee

Up by a single point, the Seattle Seahawks now have momentum.

A single point separates the Seattle Seahawks and Washington Redskins in Sunday's Wild Card playoff game. It has been a tale of two quarters, as each team has dominated for a 15-minute period. Washington lead 14-13 entering the second half.

It was the Redskins who jumped out to a 14-point lead early. Two Robert Griffin III touchdown passes had the Seahawks reeling, and losing the battle in the trenches on both sides of the ball, it looked like the final game of the weekend could be wrapped up by halftime. A normally stout Seattle defense were pushed around, and had no answer for Alfred Morris, or an injured RGIII.

As Pete Carroll roamed the sidelines following the first quarter his team listened, and quickly responded. Scoring 13 unanswered points, they are now within a single field goal of getting the lead. Robert Griffin III threw a late interception, which allowed Russell Wilson to lead a 10 play, 63-yard drive for another short Steven Hauschka field goal.

Entering the second half it's anyone's game -- and the team who controls the offensive and defensive line will talk away with the victory.

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