Seahawks lose a wild one to Vikings, still looking for first preseason win
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – It was more entertaining than a preseason game has any right to be, but the Seattle Seahawks got the short end of the stick. David Moore’s nifty 31-yard touchdown reception from Alex McGough late in the fourth quarter broke a tie and put the Seahawks ahead, but Kyle Sloter hit Chad Beebe for a 25-yard touchdown with 47 seconds left and the Minnesota Vikings converted for two points to beat Seattle, 21-20 at U.S. Bank Stadium.