Seahawks defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson (91) rips the ball from Philadelphia quarterback Carson Wentz (11) at the goal line in the third quarter Sunday night at CenturyLink Field. Richardson’s play and the resulting touchback, instead of an Eagles tying touchdown, was the turning point of Seattle’s 24-10 win.
Seahawks defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson (91) rips the ball from Philadelphia quarterback Carson Wentz (11) at the goal line in the third quarter Sunday night at CenturyLink Field. Richardson’s play and the resulting touchback, instead of an Eagles tying touchdown, was the turning point of Seattle’s 24-10 win. John Froschauer AP
Seahawks defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson (91) rips the ball from Philadelphia quarterback Carson Wentz (11) at the goal line in the third quarter Sunday night at CenturyLink Field. Richardson’s play and the resulting touchback, instead of an Eagles tying touchdown, was the turning point of Seattle’s 24-10 win. John Froschauer AP

Sheldon Richardson shows yet again why Seahawks need to make re-signing DT a priority

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