Vikings at seattle

3:25 p.m. Sunday

CenturyLink Field TV: Ch. 9

Radio: 100.3-FM, 1130-AM


•The Seahawks defeated the Bucs 27-24 in overtime last Sunday despite being down 21-0. It was the largest come-from-behind victory in franchise history.

•RB Marshawn Lynch is second in the NFL with 871 rushing yards and tied for third with seven rushing touchdowns.

•Former Vikings WR Percy Harvin could make his season debut Sunday. He was traded for a first-round pick in the offseason.

•Seattle is on a five-game winning streak with four consecutive victories against the NFC and is 5-0 in conference games.

•The Seahawks are 18-6 all time in games played heading into a bye week, second best in NFL history.

•Seattle has allowed only 10 touchdown passes, fifth fewest in the NFL.

player speak qb: russell Wilson

•Wilson has 20 victories through his first two seasons, third most for a QB in NFL history behind Ben Roethlisberger (22) and Dan Marino (21).

•Against the Panthers in Week 1, Wilson set a career high in passing yards (320) and tied a career high in completions (25).

•On Harvin … "He's a special player. You don't find too many guys that can do what he can do on the football field."

•On personal accomplishments … "It doesn't mean anything. The thing that means the most is it means we're winning football games. … At the end of the day, that's all I care about."

coach speak pete carroll

•The 62-year old Carroll is in his eighth season as an NFL head coach (fourth with the Seahawks). He is a former Vikings and Gophers assistant.

•On his impression of Harvin … "He's extraordinarily competitive. Fierce competitor and we couldn't ask for an attribute that we champion more here in our program."

•On his battered offensive line … "We really missed three guys out of last week's game that have a chance to be back this week."

•On the number of former Vikings players/staff on the Seahawks … "It seems like, for whatever reason, it got connected and we keep bringing in guys that played for the Vikings. I have no problem with it."