That defense is built to apply pressure after a big lead. Remember the Colts when Peyton had them firing on all cylinders and they would jump out to a lead so you would have to abandon the run and pass to get back into the game. They were able to unleash Freeney and Mathis because you had no choice but to throw the ball. Seattle (on defense) is built the same way. The problem is they don't have Peyton running the offense, so if you can slow down Lynch and contain Wilson you will have a shot against them. This is why we stayed in the game against them with Fitz at quarterback. We ALMOST ran our scheme to perfection.