After racing to a 13-3 lead in the first half, the Seattle Seahawks continued to pour it on the Washington Football Team in the second half.

This time, it was running back Carlos Hyde who eluded several Washington defenders for a 50-yard run and found the end zone to extend their lead. This is Hyde’s new longest run of the year:

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Hyde’s 50-yard run happened on second down at midfield with 13:12 left in the third quarter. After receiving the ball from quarterback Russell Wilson, the 30-year-old found a hole in the Washington defense, nearly stumbled, but recovered and ran all the way for a touchdown to give the Seahawks a 20-3 lead.

It was Hyde’s fourth touchdown of the season and his first since finding the end zone in Seattle’s Week 11 victory over the Arizona Cardinals. He entered the game with three scores and 293 rushing yards on 77 carries in his first season under head coach Pete Carroll.

Hyde and the Seahawks are looking for their 10th victory of the season against four losses as they aim to keep in step with the 9-4 Los Angeles Rams in the tight race for the NFC West title. Washington, meanwhile, is gunning for its seventh win to even its record after winning four straight games, including a stunning 23-17 victory over Pittsburgh that handed the Steelers their first loss of the season.