Dec 13, 2015 6:06 PM by Associated Press
BALTIMORE (AP) - Russell Wilson threw five touchdown passes, three to Doug Baldwin, and the Seattle Seahawks wore down the injury-depleted Baltimore Ravens 35-6 Sunday for their fourth straight victory.
Wilson went 23 for 32 for 292 yards. The five TD throws matched a career high - set earlier this season against Pittsburgh - and gave him 16 over his last four games.
Baldwin scored on passes of 14, 22 and 16 yards. Tyler Lockett caught TD throws of 8 and 49 yards.
Seattle's second-ranked defense backed Wilson by keeping the Ravens (4-9) out of the end zone, forcing two turnovers and allowing only 28 yards rushing.
The Seahawks (8-5) have won six of seven to move into position for an NFC wild card.
Baltimore's offense sputtered under the direction of Jimmy Clausen, who completed 23 of 40 passes for a career-high 274 yards and an interception.
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