PHOTOPHOTOGRAPH BY ROBERT BECK SPORTS ILLUSTRATEDFirst: The Fake Field Goal ... How do you kick-start the most unlikely comeback in NFL postseason history (page 26)? Seahawks tackle Garry Gilliam (79) brought CenturyLink Field back to life with a third-quarter touchdown catch on Sunday that cut the Packers' lead in the NFC championship game to 16--7. The 19-yard reception, the first of Gilliam's career, came on the third NFL throw by punter Jon Ryan, who was the holder when Seattle set up for a 38-yard field goal. Until Ryan's heave, which came with 4:44 left in the quarter, Green Bay had allowed just 57 yards through the air and picked off three passes. PHOTOPHOTOGRAPH BY JOHN W. MCDONOUGH SPORTS ILLUSTRATEDThen: The Onside Kick ... Green Bay backup tight end Brandon Bostick (86) couldn't corral the ball with 2:09 to play and the Packers ahead 19--14—and when he didn't, Seattle receiver Chris Matthews (13) did, setting his team up at the 50-yard line. Four plays and 44 seconds later, Marshawn Lynch rambled 24 yards into the end zone. Quarterback Russell Wilson followed that with a scrambling completion to tight end Luke Willson for a two-point conversion, putting the Seahawks up 22--19. But Green Bay kicker Mason Crosby nailed a 48-yarder with 14 seconds left to send the game into overtime. THREE PHOTOSJONATHAN FERREY FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATEDFinally: Back To the Super Bowl Just 3:19 into OT, Wilson connected with wideout Jermaine Kearse on a 35-yard TD, completing a shocking comeback—and the party was on at CenturyLink: (clockwise from top left) linebacker Malcolm Smith snapped a selfie with fans; defensive end Michael Bennett commandeered a bike for a victory lap; safety Kam Chancellor (left) and Wilson (right) saluted the 12th Man; the 12th Man swarmed the team; and defensive end Cliff Avril made the moment sweeter with his family. PHOTOROBERT BECK/SPORTS ILLUSTRATED[See caption above]
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