Their effort against the Packers -- a popular pick to contend in the NFC -- will only reinforce the belief Seattle is still the favorite.
And this time, there was no worry about a "Fail Mary" deciding the outcome.
"We got a few more weapons on offense, a lot of guys are more experienced," Harvin said. "The guys on defense, Kam (Chancellor) and Earl (Thomas), just have another year of experience."
Wilson was outstanding in the first half, including a 33-yard touchdown pass to Ricardo Lockette. Harvin got touches as a receiver, running back and returner. He was used all over the field in different formations after never being fully healthy in his first season with Seattle.
Wilson finished 19 of 28 for 191 yards passing.
Seattle had 207 yards rushing as a team and won for the 18th time in its last 20 regular season home games. Harvin finished with 11 offensive touches including four rushes for 41 yards.
"'Lord have mercy, we have Percy,' that's what I always say," Wilson said. "He is a great player, plays so hard, pushes the other receivers and players and they have a great relationship."
Rodgers finished 23 of 33 for 189 yards and was isolated to one side of the field. He looked almost exclusively for Jordy Nelson matched up against Byron Maxwell and never threw in Sherman's direction. Nelson finished with nine receptions, but Maxwell came up with a third-quarter interception on a pass that deflected off Nelson's hands.
But Seattle's defense did its part. They sacked Rodgers three times, taking advantage of a knee injury suffered by right tackle Bryan Bulaga in the second quarter. His replacement Derek Sherrod, gave up a fourth-down sack to Cliff Avril to end one drive inside Seattle territory. Following a Seattle punt, Sherrod was beaten by Michael Bennett on Green Bay's next offensive snap. Rodgers was stripped and Sherrod fell on the fumble in the end zone for a safety and a 22-10 lead.
Nine plays later Lynch walked in from the 3-yard line for a 29-10 Seahawks lead. Rodgers threw a 3-yard TD pass to Randall Cobb in the fourth quarter but Wilson closed out the victory with a 13-play drive that ate up 7 minutes and was capped by a 15-yard TD pass to Derrick Coleman on fourth down with 2:31 left.
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