That poise was on display last week as the Seahawks (4-0) rallied from a 20-3 halftime deficit to beat the Houston Texans 23-20 in overtime. The victory was another step toward Seattle shedding its label as a weak team away from home, and it could serve as a signature win for a team with Super Bowl aspirations.
But Wilson said Seattle already has moved on from that celebration and is focusing all its energy on the Colts.
"We have a huge week this week, obviously, preparing for a very good 3-1 Indianapolis Colts team that has tons and tons of ability," he said. "They're a very young team, but they also have some key experienced players on the offensive side of the ball and the defensive side of the ball. They have great fans. It's going to be a very, very live game in terms of the energy in that building. We know that we're going to have to play championship-type football."