April 19, 2014
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Seattle’s Ben Obomanu heads for the endzone on a 12-yard touchdown in the second half as Denver’s Champ Bailey (24) defends.
Sept. 20, 2010 in Sports on Page B1
DENVER – The temperature was 91 degrees at kickoff, the hottest regular-season home game in this city’s history. The Seattle Seahawks’ meltdown started soon after that.
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