A dog, which participated in the Corgi Cup, ran all around the Lumen Field during the Seattle Seahawks vs Atlanta Falcons halftime on Sunday.
The Seattle Seahawks, ahead of the 2022 season, announced numerous enhancements to the gameday experience at Lumen Field.
“We are thrilled to welcome the 12s back to Lumen Field this season with an elevated gameday experience,” Chuck Arnold, President, Seattle Seahawks and First & Goal Inc, said in a pres release.
The release further added that the stadium will host a Corgi Races at half-time. One dog, on Sunday, was chased all around the ground.
“Our goal every year is to reimagine our offerings to build upon what fans already know and love about Seahawks gameday. This season, fans will see an increased focus on celebration and innovation, from the use of immersive technology in our player introductions, to our new checkout-free concession store, as well as an increased focus on fun and exciting in-game entertainment,”Arnold added.
Meanwhile, the first half of the game saw Seattle’s offense keep them ahead in the game. The Seahawks led the game 20-17 with two quarters to go.
However, Atlanta fought back. Riding on Kyle Pitts’ brilliant show and Drake London’s touchdown they took the lead in the fourth quarter. The Falcons led 27-23 with 10 minutes left on the clock.
Pitts received for 82 yards and London for 52. Quarterback Marcus Mariota threw for one touchdown and rushed for one.