Seattle's first four draft picks continued their impressive rookie seasons.
Bruce Irvin (Round 1, 15 overall): Already leading all rookies in sacks coming into the game, Irvin picked up his eighth.
Bobby Wagner (Round 2, 47 overall): Wagner jumped up to third, passing Lofa Tatupu and Kenny Easley, on the all-time list of tackles by a Seahawks rookie. His 109 lead the team. Wagner kicked off the Seahawks' turnover spree with a 45-yard interception return on the Cardinals' first possession. He then picked off another pass on their first possession of the second half. His three interceptions have come in the last three games.
Russell Wilson (Round 3, 75 overall): Anyone still hoping for Matt Flynn to take the reigns of the offense may have seen enough, now that he's had an opportunity to take command of the offense in a regular-season game. Of course, Flynn wasn't asked to do a whole lot, coming into the game with a 45-point cushion. Regardless, it is clear that Wilson is the starter. Despite throwing an interception, Wilson is second among rookie quarterbacks behind Robert Griffin III and seventh in the NFL in quarterback rating.
Robert Turbin (Round 4, 106 overall): Turbin had his first 100-yard rushing game against the Cardinals. With Marshawn Lynch on the bench, it gave Turbin the opportunity to keep pushing the ball down the field and running out the clock.