The Seahawks scored on every possession of the game but two. They took a knee just before halftime and then at the end of the game. That was it. Every other time they had the ball the result was either a touchdown or field goal. The defending Super Bowl champs never punted the ball and won going away 41-14.
Russell Wilson didn't throw any touchdown passes, but ran it in twice. Backup quarterbacks Terrelle Pryor and B.J. Daniels each had a rushing touchdown as well. All in all Seattle quarterbacks scored four TD's with their feet and accounted for 99 rushing yards.
Chargers starting quarterback Philip Rivers played one series before heading to the sidelines. His backup, Kellen Clemens, threw for 149-yards and two scores. Keenan Allen caught at touchdown pass as did tight end Jake Byrne.
The two teams play in week two of the regular season at Qualcomm Stadium.