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Seahawks 28, Jets 7

Seattle even makes shot put pass work

SEATTLE — From across the locker room, the shouts toward Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson were clearly heard.

"Golden is coming for your job!"

Wilson isn't the only one throwing touchdowns for the Seahawks. Even receivers like Golden Tate are getting in on the fun.

Wilson tossed two scores before Tate's shot put TD pass to Sidney Rice late in the fourth quarter capped Seattle's rout of the Jets.

Tate's 23-yard duck to Rice was punctuated by the receiver taking a bow to three sides of CenturyLink Field.

Marshawn Lynch added 124 yards rushing, topping 1,000 yards for the season.

"It's hard to get 1,000 yards in this league. I'm happy for Marshawn. He congratulated me, and I'm like, 'No, congratulations to you.' That's just the kind of guy he is," Seattle fullback Michael Robinson said. "He understands it takes all 11 guys to run the ball in this league."

And the 3-6 Jets keep sliding.

"I don't know how many more losses you can spot somebody before you think they make the playoffs," coach Rex Ryan said.

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