QB Russell Wilson toughed it out against an improving Carolina Panthers D Sunday to pick up a win, while racking up 320 yards and a score on 25-of-33 passing. The Seahawks made up for the absence of Percy Harvin the same way they did last season: by spreading the ball around. Eight Seahawks, including three backs, pulled in at least two passes. Doug Baldwin led the way with seven catches for 91 yards. Golden Tate was second with four receptions for 51 yards on seven targets.