So says ESPN:
The Seahawks held the Eagles to only a field goal in the first half, a remarkable effort considering Philly came in as the NFL’s highest-scoring offense and Seattle was without Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor in its secondary.
One of Sherman’s replacements, former Eagle Byron Maxwell, ended any hope of an Eagles’ comeback when he picked off a desperation heave from Carson Wentz just before the two-minute warning.
“We were tired of people sleeping on us, tired of people doubting us. We understand that we’ve got huge losses,” Bobby Wagner said, referring to the season-ending injuries to Sherman, Chancellor and Cliff Avril. “But we’ve got a lot of dogs in this room still, and we’re going to keep coming out, keep playing and putting our best foot forward and keep silencing the doubters.”