Russell Wilson might not be throwing as many touchdowns as Seattle Seahawks fans are used to this season, but he did something Sunday he has never done in his NFL career -- catch a touchdown.

On first-and-10 with the Seahawks leading 16-9 in the third quarter, Wilson faked a handoff to Thomas Rawls and then flipped it to Doug Baldwin, who appeared to be running a reverse.

Instead, Baldwin stopped and threw a strike to a streaking Wilson, who hauled in the reception for the razzle-dazzle touchdown.

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Wilson came into the game with two catches for 16 yards in his career. Sunday's catch went for 15 yards and gave Seattle a 23-7 lead over the Eagles.