It would be hard to imagine that a team could actually look more impressive a week after winning a game 58-0, but the Seahawks are giving it their best shot.
They lead the Bills 31-17 after 30 minutes of football behind a marvelous performance by their quarterback Russell Wilson. Wilson has run for three touchdowns, a Seahawks single-game record for a quarterback, and thrown for another during a nearly flawless half. He has run for 72 yards, completed 9-of-13 passes for 164 and orchestrated four impressive drives stuffed with big plays.
Wilson already has completions of 41 and 44 yards to go with a 25-yard touchdown run. Marshawn Lynch needed just nine carries to get to 100 yards thanks in large part to a 53-yard run of his own.
The defense hasn’t done quite as good a job as they did against Arizona, although that’s probably not a fair measuring stick. The Bills have moved the ball for two touchdowns and kicked a field goal just before the half , but their other three drives accounted for nine offensive plays. That ratio works out pretty well when you only punt once in a half while putting up 31 points.