(Minneapolis, MN) — Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson threw for three touchdowns and ran for another as the Seahawks blew out the Minnesota Vikings 38-7 at T-C-F Bank Stadium on Sunday. Doug Baldwin caught two touchdowns and had 94 yards receiving for Seattle, which won its third straight game. Thomas Rawls rushed for 101 yards and a score on 19 carries as the Seahawks out-gained the Vikings 433-125. Minnesota return specialists Cordarrelle Patterson scored the lone touchdown for the Vikes on a 101-yard kickoff return in the third quarter. The N-F-L’s leading rusher, Adrian Peterson, was held to just 18 yards on eight carries for the Vikings, who fell to 8-and-4. Minnesota visits Arizona on Thursday night.