The Denver Broncos may have found their record-setting offense, but the Seattle Seahawks are still looking sharp, and hold a dominating lead. Seattle increased that lead on the ensuing possession, when Russell Wilson hit wide receiver Doug Baldwin on a 1st-and-goal, giving Seattle a 43-8 lead after the extra point.
Seattle easily made its way downfield, and facing a 3rd and 2, Russell Wilson once again was able to convert. He eventually found wide receiver Jermaine Kearse wide open and hit him down the middle, setting the Seahawks up with a 1st and goal. That's when Wilson found Baldwin for the easy score.
Denver scored its first points of the game on the previous drive. Peyton Manning led the Broncos 80 yards in six plays, taking 2:58 off the clock after capping the drive with a 14-yard touchdowns to wide receiver Demaryius Thomas. A Wes Welker reception out of the backfield led to a successful two-point conversion.