The Seattle Seahawks are rolling against the Denver Broncos, getting the second quarter underway with a 1-yard touchdown from Marshawn Lynch. Seattle now holds a 15-0 lead with 12 minutes to go in the first half, dominating every statistic just over a quarter into the game.
The Seahawks benefited from a pass interference call on a third-down attempt in the end zone, getting a new set of downs from first-and-goal. They managed to pound it in with Lynch on second down.
After Kam Chancellor intercepted Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, the Seahawks took over for their third possession of the game. Percy Harvin got his second carry, running around the outside for 15 yards, and the first quarter then came to an end. Seattle managed another first down when Marshawn Lynch powered his way through on a second-and-5.
By that point, the Seahawks were already in the red zone and threatening another score. After a loss of 1 yard and a 6-yard gain, the Seahawks faced a third-and-4 inside the 10-yard line. Russell Wilson was unable to complete a touchdown pass to Golden Tate, but the Broncos were called for the PI, setting the Seahawks up with the aforementioned first-and-goal from the 1-yard line.
Denver has had its drives end in pretty pitiful ways at this point. The Broncos had a safety, a three-and-out and then the Manning interception at the hands of Chancellor.