The Seattle Seahawks beat the Dallas Cowboys by a score of 27-7 at CenturyLink Field on Sunday.
The Seahawks went up early, getting a 10-point cushion on the Cowboys before the first quarter was even finished due to a blocked punt that Jeron Johnson returned three yards for an easy touchdown.
Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson was efficient and sound in his second-career start, completing 15-of-20 passes for 151 yards and one touchdown.
Tony Romo, on the other hand, was constantly under pressure and struggled all afternoon, completing just 23-of-40 passes for 251 yards with one touchdown and one interception. He was only sacked once, but the Seahawks compiled six quarterback hits.
Marshawn "Beast Mode" Lynch was dominant on the ground against the Cowboys, rushing for 122 yards on 26 carries with one touchdown.
DeMarco Murray didn't fare as well against the Seahawks, running for only 44 yards on 12 carries with zero touchdowns.
For those of you hoping Kevin Ogletree would duplicate his stunning Week 1 performance, he was mostly shut out and was targeted only once, catching one pass for 26 yards.
The Seahawks never relented, and the Cowboys were helpless against the onslaught.
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