Final Score: Seattle 50, Buffalo 17.
Seattle has now scored 50+ points in two-straight games. They entered the season with just two such games in their history and now their offense has done it in consecutive weeks.
The real story of the game was Russell Wilson. He engineered several impressive scoring drives, capping one off with a touchdown pass to Zach Miller to go along with three first-half touchdown runs.
Wilson isn't quite up to Robert Griffin III's production, but he's proving he should be a serious contender in rookie of the year voting. With Kirk Cousins surpassing any throwing output of RGIII this season, some may begin to wonder how much of the Washington Redskins' passing game is Griffin.
Darin Pike is a Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report, covering the NFL and the Seattle Seahawks.