The Seattle Seahawks spoiled the home debut of quarterback Peyton Manning in Denver, beating the Broncos 30-10 at Invesco Field on Saturday night. The win was the second straight preseason triumph for the Seahawks.
Quarterback Matt Flynn completed six of 13 passes for 46 yards in the first half. Rookie signal caller Russell Wilson was a spark, throwing for 155 yards and a pair of second half scores, including a 34-yard strike to Tyrell Sutton in the fourth quarter.
Marshawn Lynch carried the ball six times for 37 yards, one of five Seahawks with at least 30 rushing yards on the night. Seattle ran for 228 yards on 44 carries, led by 48 yards on the ground by Sutton.
Manning completed 16 of 23 passes for 177 yards, but threw a pair of interceptions, one each by Jeron Johnson and K.J. Wright.
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