10 seasons of Seahawks playoff drama

In the last 10 seasons, the Seattle Seahawks have played in several close playoff games. Consider this list of fantastic moments/finishes:

2006 wild card vs. Dallas Cowboys

Tony Romo fumbles the snap on a field-goal attempt that would have given the Cowboys a 2-point lead. Romo did pick up the ball and almost got the first down but was tackled just shy by Jordan Babineaux.

2010 wild card vs. New Orleans Saints

Marshawn Lynch breaks eight tackles while stiff-arming Tracy Porter to the ground before diving into the end zone for a 67-yard TD run. The crowd was so loud at CenturyLink Field that it registered seismic activity on one of the Pacific Northwest Seismic Network’s monitoring stations. The TD is still the longest from scrimmage in Seahawks playoff history. Beast Quake was born.

2012 divisional playoff at Atlanta Falcons

The Seahawks rallied from a 20-point deficit and took the lead with :31 remaining on a Marshawn Lynch 2-yard TD . But the Falcons got into field-goal range on the ensuing drive and Matt Bryant kicked the game-winning 49-yarder with eight second remaining for a 30-28 Falcons win.

2013 NFC Championship vs. San Francisco 49ers

The Seahawks were clinging to a 23-17 lead but the 49ers were driving. With 30 seconds left, Colin Kaepernick tried to find Michael Crabtree in the corner of the end zone, but Richard Sherman deflected the pass and Malcolm Smith caught the interception, clinching the win and setting off Sherman's postgame rant with Erin Andrews and Ed Werder.

2014 NFC Championship vs. Green Bay Packers

The Seahawks trailed 19-14 when they attempted an onside kick that was in and out of the hands of the Packers’ Brandon Bostick. The Seahawks took the lead and converted a 2-point conversion but the Packers would tie the game to send it to overtime. Russell Wilson hit Jermaine Kearse for a 35-yard touchdown on the first possession to give the Seahawks a 28-22 win.

Super Bowl XLIX vs. New England Patriots

Trailing 28-24, Russell Wilson threw an interception at the goal line leading many to argue they should have called a Marshawn Lynch run.

2015 wild card at Vikings

After rallying from a nine-point deficit to take a 10-9 lead in the fourth quarter, the Seahawks were on the verge of seeing their season end as Blair Walsh lined up for a 27-yard field goal. Walsh missed the kick wide left and the Seahawks move on to face the Carolina Panthers in the divisional round.