Russell Wilson led the Seahawks to a touchdown on his only drive of the game, helping Seattle in a 22-6 victory over the Raiders on Thursday night at CenturyLink Field in Seattle in the preseason finale for both teams.
Wilson was perfect on the opening drive for the Seahawks, completing all three pass attempts for 68 yards, including a 50-yard strike to wide receiver Stephen Williams. Second-year running back Robert Turbin, an Oakland native, punctuated the drive with a 3-yard touchdown to give Seattle a 7-0 lead.
That proved to be the only touchdown of the game for either team.
Steven Hauschka converted all five field goal attempts for the Seahawks, including three from beyond 50 yards. His 56-yard field goal in the opening quarter gave Seattle a 10-0 lead. Seattle won all four of their preseason contests.
Terrelle Pryor wasn't nearly as effective for the Raiders as Wilson was for the Seahawks. Pryor led the first two offensive series for Oakland and completed 3-of-8 passes for 31 yards with one interception. The Raiders fell to 1-3 in the preseason.
Williams suffered a concussion on his 50-yard catch. Seahawks rookie offensive tackle Michael Bowie hurt his shoulder during the game, an injury that Pete Carroll called serious after the contest, per Tyler Sniffin of Pro Football Central.
Did they cover?
Seattle was favored by 7 points, according to OddsShark, and covered easily.