The Seahawks improved to 2-0 in the preseason on Saturday night, defeating the Broncos 30-10 behind a stifling defense and an explosive second-half offense led by Russell Wilson.

Seattle got off to an early lead when Steven Hauschka kicked the first of his 3 first-half field goals. But for most of the half, it was the defense doing the work, intercepting Peyton Manning twice and recovering a fumble.

Saturday's starter Matt Flynn was just 6-13 for 31 yards, but lost a touchdown when Terrell Owens, making his Seahawks debut, dropped a perfectly thrown pass in the endzone. By the end of the second quarter, Seattle trailed 10-9.

Things changed quickly in the third, as Wilson, playing with reserves like Kregg Lumpkin, Tyrell Sutton, and Cooper Telfet led the team on an 80-yard drive capped by Lumpkin's 16-yard touchdown run.

Wilson threw two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter -- one to Sutton, and another to Telfet. He finished 10-17 with 155 yards passing and 33 yards rushing on 5 attempts. Sutton had 48 yards rushing and 34 yards receiving to go with the touchdown.