Baldwin, who was targeted nine times, caught his biggest pass of the day in overtime when quarterback Russell Wilson found him down the field for a 35-yard gain. The play set up Wilson to found Jermaine Kearse for the game-winning touchdown.
It was Baldwin's second career playoff game with at least 100 receiving yards.
It was his second game in three with more than 90 yards, but it was also just his second in eight with more than 60, to give you some idea how much Kearse has interfered with his production.
Also helping Baldwin in this one was the fact that quarterback Russell Wilson threw for a season-high 339 yards. In the Seahawks' inconsistent passing attack, you couldn't count on Baldwin for consistent production even if he was the clear No. 1.
Still, if Kearse is out for Week 17 against St. Louis, Baldwin deserves a longer look in Fantasy, particularly in leagues that require three wide receivers.
Baldwin hauled in a team-high seven catches for 113 yards. Baldwin was quarterback Russell Wilson's favorite option during the contest, receiving 11 targets. While Baldwin didn't lead the team in yardage, he was Wilson's most consistent target. It was Baldwin's first 100 yard game since Week 6.
Baldwin will look for more Week 17 against the Rams.
Baldwin showed off his deep-play ability, averaging 19.4 yards per catch. He finished with five receptions for 97 yards. Baldwin's score came in the fourth quarter. With Seattle up by three, Russell Wilson found Baldwin on a 23 yard touchdown reception to open up the lead. That was all the Seahawks would need, as the Eagles did not score again. Baldwin tied for the team lead in targets with seven.
He'll take on the 49ers Week 15.
Moeaki caught a pass of about 12 yards near the sideline early in the second quarter and ran past his defender to bring the ball all the way down to the one-yard line before being caught. The Seahawks weren't able to punch the ball into the end zone on the drive, but a dominant performance by the defense meant the points left on the board wouldn't come back to haunt the offense.
The rest of the receiving corps didn't have much of a workload in the win Thursday, with quarterback Russell Wilson completing just 15 passes on 22 attempts. Tight end
The Seahawks have a trip to Philadelphia on the schedule in Week 14.
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