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During Monday night’s win over the Philadelphia Eagles, quarterback Drew Lock was the hero for the Seattle Seahawks, leading a game-winning touchdown drive. And it sounds like his head coach was more than pleased.

Drew Lock was filling in for injured starter Geno Smith in the game after Smith was unable to play for another week. And with the game on the line, he led a 10-play, 92-yard drive with just 1:10 on the clock that culminated in a 29-yard touchdown pass to rookie Jaxon Smith-Njigba. And after the game, Pete Carroll had only one way he could describe the final drive.

“Beautiful football. Just beautiful football,” Carroll said according to the Seattle Seahawks team website. “The poise we talked to you about last week. That’s where he’s been. He’s been on it. He’s been in command. There’s a couple incompletes in that drive, came right back and hit it, converted and made the first downs and all to throw the football to win the game. Amazing stuff. He would be the first to tell you about the guys around him. The offensive line did a great job tonight running the football, pass pro, did a great job against these guys, gave us a chance. I mean, we couldn’t ask more from him in that game tonight.”

The win snaps a four-game losing streak for the Seattle Seahawks to bring them to 7-7 on the season.

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