NFL: Seattle 50, Buffalo 17

Dec. 17, 2012 at 12:47 AM

TORONTO, Dec. 17 (UPI) -- Seattle's Russell Wilson scrambled for three touchdowns and set a club record for quarterback rushing yardage Sunday in the Seahawks' 50-17 rout of Buffalo.

Wilson finished with 92 yards, giving him 402 for the season -- breaking Seattle's old QB rushing mark of 343 yards set by Rick Mirer in 1993.

He also completed 14-of-22 passes for 205 yards and a touchdown as surging Seattle (9-5) kept pace with first-place San Francisco (10-3-1) in the NFC West.

The 49ers defeated New England Sunday night.

Marshawn Lynch led the Seahawks' rushing corps, amassing 113 yards with a touchdown on 10 carries.

The Bills (5-9) were eliminated from post-season contention for a 13th straight year as Ryan Fitzpatrick was picked off twice.

C.J. Spiller contributed 103 yards with a touchdown on 17 carries for Buffalo.

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