Wilson, Seahawks Run Over Bills
PSY wasn't the only one putting on a show Sunday in Toronto, as the Seahawks offense continued putting up points at a blistering pace, hanging 50 on the lowly Bills.
Russell Wilson scampered for three rushing touchdowns and tossed one more as the Seahawks became the first NFL team since 1950 to put up 50+ points in consecutive games.
Seattle came out of the gates quick, moving 76 yards down the field in 10 plays on the opening drive. Wilson concluded the drive with a 14-yard keeper for six points.
Listen to Wilson's TD run
The Seahawks next drive would end similar to their first. This time, however, Wilson ran 25-yards for the touchdown.
A Steven Hauschka field goal, a Zach Miller touchdown catch, and Wilson's third touchdown run would give Seattle 31 points at the end of the first half.
Meanwhile, Buffalo was lead by CJ Spiller and Stevie Johnson, who provided 14 of the Bills' 17 first-half points.
CJ Spiller TD run
Seattle would leave Buffalo in the dust in the second-half, scoring the game's final 19 points.
Marshawn Lynch would find the endzone for the first time in the third quarter after a K.J Wright intercepted the first of two Ryan Fitzpatrick passes, leaving the Seahawks with a short field.
And Seattle's final touchdown would come after an incredible 57-yard interception return by Earl Thomas.
Listen to Earl Thomas' TD return
The Seahawks finished the game with 466 yards of total offense while forcing three Buffalo turnovers.
Wilson finished 14/23 for 205 yards with one touchdown and zero interceptions.
Lynch had 113 yards on 10 carries.
Sidney Rice lead all Seattle receivers with 4 catches for 76 yards.
The Seahawks improve to 9-5 on the season and play NFC West-rival San Francisco next Sunday evening.