Having watched this game locally (in Denver), this is what I took away from the game:
-Wilson picked up right where he left off, scrambling and making plays when he is flushed from the pocket, although he did miss some easier passes he still made the harder passes look easy.
-Seattle's run game didnt look that impressive. Broncos lost one of their best D-Lineman, Wolfe, and they still shut down the run pretty easily.
-Seattle's Defense... this is what I really wanted to watch, just how good is their D? Well their Secondary as we all know is legit, their CB's were mugging Bronco WR's all day. However the bigger receivers like Thomas had some success against Sherman. Peyton soon saw what Seattle was doing and started hitting his 3rd and 4th reads like clockwork. Easily driving down the field hitting Welker, and Julius Thomas(TE not the WR) for big gains.
Their run defense was a different story... Wagner is the key. If a guard can get to him their run D is mediocre. The Broncos were missing 3 starters from their line and Hillman, who is not a big RB, was breaking tackles and running inside gaining 4-5 yards per run between the tackles.
Conclusion.... Seattle is good, but they arent world beaters by anymeans. The key will be to keep Wilson contained, be able to run inside and then pick apart their secondary with our TE's and slot receivers. Easier said than done, but Seattle was far less impressive than the score would indicate.
[ Edited by 5280High on Aug 18, 2013 at 9:47 AM ]