It's still just the preseason, but for the second straight week Wilson and the Seahawks weren't stopped.
"The entire offensive group is just executing at a good clip right now," Carroll said. "Russell is really committed to what is happening. We've got a really nice receiving corps where the guys are all making their plays and a lot of guys are contributing to it. ... We have good guys to go to, and they really believe in what we're asking them to do. I think we're just hitting at a pretty good clip right now. Hopefully we can keep it going."
Seattle scored touchdowns on its first four possessions, and Steven Hauschka hit a 59-yard field goal -- what would be a franchise record in the regular season -- on the final play of the first half.
Wilson was behind center for nine straight scoring drives, dating to last week's win over San Diego, a run of 55 points. It nearly reached 10 on the first drive of the second half before Hauschka's 53-yard attempt clanged off the left upright.
"I thought the way that we played tonight was exceptional," Wilson said. "We were in a rhythm. We were great on third downs. We were great in the red zone. We're really starting to put things together."
Marshawn Lynch got his first taste of the preseason with three carries for 16 yards and capped Seattle's opening drive with a 7-yard TD run before putting on basketball shoes and a baseball hat.
On special teams, Harvin returned the opening kickoff 46 yards, and the only grief was reserved for Earl Thomas who was caught by the punter on a 59-yard return that nearly broke for another Seattle touchdown.
"I was surprised he got tackled," Wilson said. "I'm going to pick on him tomorrow."
"It's still just the preseason," Thomas said. "We don't know if we got their best shot. You just try to stay low key and humble about it."
Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler played the entire first half and appeared to throw a 23-yard touchdown pass to Martellus Bennett late in the second quarter only to have Bennett ruled down at the 1 on review. Two plays later, after an offensive pass interference call on Brandon Marshall wiped out another touchdown, Cutler was intercepted at the goal line by Jeremy Lane.
"The good thing about it is that we are going to be able to make some corrections; we think a lot of this is fixable," Chicago coach Marc Trestman said. "And we'll do that and we'll be able to see how we are tied together in all three phases, because it was (clear) we lost the game in all three phases. That's a credit to Seattle."
NOTES: Seattle LB Heath Farwell sustained a groin injury in the fourth quarter. TE Cooper Helfet, competing for the third spot at his position, injured his shoulder and knee in the first half, Carroll said. ... Chicago played without defensive end Jared Allen (shoulder), rookie cornerback Kyle Fuller (ankle) and right tackle Jordan Mills (foot). ... Hauschka's career long in the regular season is 54 yards.
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