Gallery: Seahawks survive Bengals, 21-10

Gallery: Seahawks survive Bengals, 21-10

Seattle’s DK Metcalf (left) makes the catch over Cincinnati’s William Jackson III at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019.(Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Cincinnati’s Joe Mixon makes a catch with Seattle’s Bobby Wagner closing at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019.(Kevin Clark / The Herald)

A 12 showing off her spirit at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019.(Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Cincinnati’s Geno Atkins and Sam Hubbard sack Seattle’s Russell Wilson at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019.(Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Cincinnati’s Carlos Dunlap sacks Seattle’s Russell Wilson at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019.(Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Seattle’s Chris Carson scores first of his two touchdowns of the first half at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019.(Kevin Clark / The Herald)

A ‘12’ reacts to the call on the field against Cincinnati at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019. The Seahawks won 21-20. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Seattle ‘s head coach Pete Carroll talks with offensive line after two straight sacks at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019. The Seahawks won 21-20. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Seattle’s Mychal Kendricks deflects a pass attempt by Cincinnati’s Andy Dalton at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019. The Seahawks won 21-20. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Pete Carroll, Seattle head coach, throws the challenge flag at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019. The Seahawks won 21-20. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Seattle’s Tyler Lockett celebrates his touchdown against Cincinnati at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019. The Seahawks won 21-20. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Seattle’s Russell Wilson is chased out of the pocket by Cincinnati’s Geno Atkins with Justin Britt at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019. The Seahawks won 21-20. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

A pass intended for Cincinnati’s John Ross III is broken up by Seattle’s Shaquill Griffin at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019. The Seahawks won 21-20. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Seattle’s Rashaad Penny trailed by Cincinnati defenders at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019. The Seahawks won 21-20. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Cincinnati’s John Ross III looks to make a catch with Seattle’s Marquise Blair trailing at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019. The Seahawks won 21-20. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Seattle’s Jadeveon Clowney rushes Cincinnati’s quarterback Andy Dalton at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019. The Seahawks won 21-20. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

Seattle’s Jadeveon Clowney rushes Cincinnati’s quarterback Andy Dalton at CenturyLink Field Sunday afternoon in Seattle on September 8, 2019. The Seahawks won 21-20. (Kevin Clark / The Herald)

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