Coming off the high of knocking off a heated division rival in Week 2, Seattle coach Pete Carroll wasn't about to take any chances.
He pulled his Seahawks together early this past week to make sure they didn't linger in the glow of dominating San Francisco and get caught napping against Jacksonville.
''We thought maybe something big had happened but he let us know we've got to treat this game just like we approached the 49ers game,'' Seattle cornerback Brandon Browner said.
Seattle never gave Jacksonville a chance behind four touchdown passes from Russell Wilson in a 45-17 rout of the Jaguars on Sunday. Seattle led 24-0 at halftime and 31-0 in the third quarter before the Jaguars finally got on the board with just their second touchdown of the season.
Wilson's four TD passes matched a career-high. He found Zach Miller twice in the first 16 minutes for a 14-0 lead, then hit Sidney Rice on TDs of 11 and 23 yards.
Meanwhile, the Seahawks forced Jacksonville into three turnovers. T...