Russell Wilson had three touchdowns in the second half, including an emotional run that impressed his teammates.
J.D. McKissic had two touchdowns in his season debut. Marcus Smith forced a fumble Bobby Wagner turned into a decisive touchdown. Justin Coleman intercepted a pass for another score.
But to coach Pete Carroll, there were other, more fundamental heroes from the Seahawks’ home victory over Indianapolis on Sunday night. Carroll, general manager John Schneider and dozens of Seahawks players watched in fear about 30 minutes after their game ended as emergency medical technicians walked purposefully with team doctors through the center of the locker room, to the locker of Rees Odhiambo. The second-year left tackle was having trouble breathing because of an elbow to the chest he took in the third quarter.