Seattle's quarterbacks combined for four rushing touchdowns and nearly 100 of the team's 243 yards on the ground. Wilson, who scored twice and threw for 121 yards, looked the part of a franchise quarterback and may have given audiences a sneak peek at what could be his best season yet.
On the opposing side, backup quarterback Kellen Clemens helped prevent the shutout by leading two scoring drives. He finished the night with 149 yards passing and two TDs. The talk of the game, however, was the less than mediocre play of the Chargers defense, which surrendered 403 yards and 41 points to the Seahawks.
There was no sole individual to point the finger at as the loss was an all-around effort.
Let's see how each unit fared and figure out what went wrong.