Seattle improved to 5-4 on the season with a 30-20 win over Minnesota on Sunday.
The 30 points scored by Seattle was a season-high and quarterback Russell Wilson feels like the offense is maturing.
Wilson said the offense, including the offensive line and the wide receivers, is getting more comfortable with each other after every practice and the time they spend communicating on and off the field is helping them on Sundays.
Wilson was 16-of-24 passing for 173 yards and three touchdowns while rushing nine times for 27 yards.
Golden Tate was on the receiving end of two of Wilson's three passing touchdowns and is impressed by his quarterback's growth every week.
Tate said about Wilson: "He’s a very driven guy who wants to be the best. He’s developed into the leader of our team so I’m excited to play with him and watch him grow."