While most of the attention was on Denver’s Peyton Manning, former N.C. State quarterback Russell Wilson had the bigger game in Seattle’s 30-10 NFL exhibition win Saturday night in Denver.
Wilson, a third-round draft pick, completed 10 of 17 passes for 155 yards and two touchdown strikes. He also rushed five times for 33 yards.
Playing in the second half, Wilson had scoring passes of 34 yards to Tyrell Sutton and 8 yards to Cooper Helfet.
Seattle starter Matt Flynn was 6-for-14 for 31 yards.
Manning played the first half and was impressive, completing 16 of 23 for 177 yards but he did get intercepted twice.
In two games for the Seahawks, both wins, Wilson is 22-for-33 for 301 yards with three TD passes and one interception. He rushed eight times for 92 yards.
The Seahawks are at Kansas City (1-1) on Friday (8 p.m. Eastern) for their third preseason game.