By Bryan Frantz

Just watch this beautiful, beautiful thing.

The Seattle Seahawks had just scored to make it a two-point Redskins lead, but their attempt to tie the game resulted in D.J. Swearinger intercepting a Russell Wilson pass. He returned it about 60 yards, then he pitched it to Josh Norman, who added another 15 yards or so, including several broken tackles.

Ultimately, it led to nothing except a lot of fun and some stat-padding. But it did prevent the Seahawks from tying the game, and that’s what matters. Also, fun matters. So thanks for the fun, Redskins defensive backs!

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