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Seattle, WA (Sports Network) - Russell Wilson threw for a career-best 293 yards, and fired the game-winning touchdown to Sidney Rice with just over one minute left in regulation, sending the Seattle Seahawks over the New England Patriots, 24-23, in a Week 6 matchup.

Wilson ended 16-of-27 with three scores for the Seahawks (4-2), who beat their Sunday foes for the first time since 1993 and have taken four of their last five since a season-opening loss at Arizona.

Rice totaled 81 yards on three receptions, as Marshawn Lynch was held to 41 yards on 15 carries.

Tom Brady threw the football a career-high 58 times, completing 36 for a pair of touchdowns with two interceptions for the Patriots (3-3), whose two-game win streak was halted.

Wes Welker led all receivers with 138 yards and a TD on 10 catches, while Aaron Hernandez also posted a touchdown reception in defeat.

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