Kam Chancellor, whose 54-day holdout dominated training camp and the first two weeks of the regular season, probably saved the 2015 campaign for the Seahawks with one of the clutch defensive plays in franchise history. With 1:45 remaining and Detroit's Calvin Johnson about to cross the goal line for the go-ahead -- and probably winning -- touchdown, Chancellor knocked the ball from Johnson's grasp. With an assist from LB K.J. Wright, who batted it out of the the end zone for a touchback, the Seahawks prevailed 13-10 Monday night at CenturyLink Field (box). Instead of falling to a near-fatal 1-3, the Seahawks at 2-2 remain in the thick of the NFC West race.