Seattle trailed, 27-20, on Christian McCaffrey's touchdown reception in the fourth, and started their rally with a gutsy call on fourth down. Wilson found David Moore for a 35-yard touchdown pass on a fourth-and-3 play to tie the game, and after a missed field goal attempt by Graham Gano, Seattle put together a game-winning drive to run out the rest of the fourth quarter.
Wilson's top target was Tyler Lockett, who had five catches for 107 yards and a touchdown, while Moore finished with four catches for 103 yards. Chris Carson ran for just 55 yards, but found the end zone once, helping the Seahawks hand the Panthers their first home loss of the season. It was also the third straight loss overall for Carolina, who fell to the Detroit Lions on the road last week, and are now just one game over .500 at 6-5. They are seemingly out of reach of the red hot New Orleans Saints in the NFC South, but still hold a Wild Card spot as of today.
Cam Newton completed 25 of his 30 passes for 256 yards and two touchdowns, while McCaffrey had two touchdowns in total, including one on the ground. Curtis Samuel caught the only other touchdown pass from Newton, which gave them a three-point lead at halftime.
The Panthers started the season 5-0 on their home field, but they will follow their first home loss with a road matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Meanwhile, the Seahawks return home to battle the lowly San Francisco 49ers next week.