SEATTLE (AP) - Russell Wilson had been nearly mistake-free during the first six weeks of the season. But the Seahawks quarterback made a bad decision that cost him against a tough Ravens defense. Wilson didn't see Marcus Peters breaking on the ball and threw an interception that Peters returned for a touchdown, the turning point in Seattle's 30-16 loss to Baltimore.

SEATTLE (AP) - Lamar Jackson ran for 116 yards and a touchdown, made key throws when necessary and led the Baltimore Ravens to an impressive 30-16 win over the Seattle Seahawks. Jackson was the best player on the field, outshining Seattle QB Russell Wilson on a day the Seahawks star finally made his first critical mistake of the season. Jackson was especially good in the second half, when he led Baltimore on a pair of crucial scoring drives.

UNDATED (AP) - Savon Scarver has picked up where he left off as the nation's top kick returner. The Utah State junior ran back a kick 100 yards for a touchdown for the second time this season when he went the distance against Nevada on Saturday. All five of Scarver's school-record five kick return touchdowns have come in his last 32 runbacks. Memphis' Kenny Gainwell is the first player since 1997 to have 200 yards receiving and 100 yards rushing in same game.

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. (AP) - Sam Kerr scored in the ninth minute and the Chicago Red Stars advanced to the National Women's Soccer League championship match with a 1-0 victory over the Portland Thorns. The Red Stars are heading to a final for the first time after four straight semifinal losses.

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