It wasn't Marshawn Lynch but instead Kam Chancellor who registered a seismic event this time during a Seattle playoff game. Check out how the safety's 90-yard interception return for a touchdown looked on the seismograph. 

By SI Wire
January 11, 2015

It wasn't Marshawn Lynch but instead Kam Chancellor who registered a seismic event this time during a Seattle Seahawks' playoff game. 

Chancellor damaged people's souls Saturday -- specifically those of the Carolina Panthers -- by logging 11 tackles and vaulting an entire special teams' line on back-to-back field goal attempts.

But it was his 90-yard interception return for a touchdown that sealed a 31-17 Seahawks win and roused the Seattle crowd to an Earth-shaking fervor.  

Check out what the safety's 90-yard interception return for a touchdown looked like as a seismogram. (h/t @120sports for the video and the tweet)

The larger the vertical line, the more intense the ground vibrations measured at various sensors in and around the stadium. Judging by the chart, it's safe to say CenturyLink Field was literally rocking on Saturday.

Seattle will face the winner of Sunday's game between Dallas and Green Bay in the NFC Championship. 

- Will Green 

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