Marshawn Lynch wasn't on the field for the start of the game due to an upset stomach.
Following a drink of water and a mouthful of skittles he was ready to go.
Lynch then gave the Arizona Cardinals faithful nausea with a back-breaking touchdown run early in the fourth quarter.
Lynch broke off a career-high 79-yard scamper to put the game away as the Seahawks seized control of the NFC West with a 35-6 victory over the Cardinals on Sunday night.
The Seahawks had already held a 21-6 advantage before Lynch took a handoff off left tackle. He burst through the hole and cut across the field along the right sideline and stiff-armed Arizona cornerback Patrick Peterson at the Seattle 45.
Lynch then powered through Peterson and Cardinals safety Rashad Johnson across midfield and Alex Okafor was unable to make a shoe-string tackle at the 20 before he leapt into the end zone to complete the phenomenal touchdown.
Seattle won for the eighth time in nine games following a 3-3 start and can win the NFC West with a win over the St. Louis Rams next Sunday afternoon. The Seahawks hold the tiebreaker over Arizona after sweeping the season series.