NFL-Burgundy & Gold and Purple (Ravens)

Last night Kendall Fuller intercepted Russell Wilson’s pass on a 2-point conversion attempt, and Washington held on to beat the Seattle Seahawks 17-15 for the team’s third consecutive victory. Wilson led the Seahawks on a 10-play, 96-yard touchdown drive in the final three minutes but came up just short of leading a memorable comeback on his 33rd birthday.  Taylor Heinicke threw 223 yards, one touchdown, and one interception in his Monday Night Football debut while J.D. McKissic scored two touchdowns for Washington, which moved into the final playoff spot in the NFC.  Now at 5 and 6, they’ll travel to the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday…


RAVENS: With the best record in the AFC at 8 and 3, the Ravens travel to Pittsburgh for next Sunday’s late afternoon game with the Steelers.  Coverage gets underway at 3:55 on WNAV.

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