And that doesn't even mention his open-field hurdle of a defensive back.
"We talked this week if we get a favorable matchup, throw it," Graham said. "It's one of those things in the National Football League these windows are so small that sometimes when a guy is on you, you just have to throw it up."
Seattle won its 11th straight Monday night game behind a huge game from its tight end. Still less than a year removed from a major knee injury, Graham used his right arm to catch a 17-yard touchdown from Wilson on the first play of the second quarter and later used the same arm to cradle an 18-yard TD pass in the final moments of the first half.
Buffalo would not have needed a touchdown if not for mistakes by the officiating crew at the end of the first half that cost the Bills a chance at a shorter field goal. Dan Carpenter eventually missed a 54-yard attempt on the final play of the half, only after Seattle's Richard Sherman got away with an unnecessary roughness penalty that wasn't called and a delay of game caused in part by the officiating crew standing over the ball.
NFL head of officiating Dean Blandino tweeted during the game that Walt Anderson's crew did not make the correct call.
"Ridiculous. ... From an officiating stand point, I think they can do better than that," Bills coach Rex Ryan said.
Anderson said the play was being "shut down" because Sherman was unabated to the kicker.
"I just didn't feel like the actions and the contact, because we were shutting the play down, warranted a foul (for roughing)," Anderson said.
Graham caught all eight of his targets for 103 yards. It was his third 100-yard receiving game of the season. Wilson was 20 of 26 passing for 282 yards.
Buffalo lost its third straight to drop below .500, but it wasn't due to its quarterback.
Taylor was outstanding, nearly matching Wilson's performance, except for one miscommunication with a wide receiver that led to Sherman's end zone interception in the third quarter. Taylor threw for 289 yards. He kept plays alive with his legs and made smart reads and smart throws.