Seahawks 17, Packers 10
Seattle backup quarterback Brady Quinn connected with Stephen Williams on a 42-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to break a tie and give the Seahawks a 17-10 victory over the Green Bay Packers.
Seahawks starter Russell Wilson completed 11-of-17 passes for 126 yards but was intercepted twice.
Christine Michael rushed for 97 yards on 11 carries, including a 43-yard touchdown run in the third quarter, to lead Seattle (3-0).
Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers completed four-of-seven passes for 47 yards in one series that ended in a field goal and included a 22-yard pass to tight end Jermichael Finley.
Vince Young, contending for a backup job behind Rodgers, was six-of-seven passing for 41 yards and a one-yard touchdown strike to Jonathan Amosa in the third quarter. Young also ran three times for 31 yards.
Packers rookie Eddie Lacy carried eight times for minus-five yards after gaining 40 yards on eight carries in a win last week over St Louis.
Fellow Green Bay running back DuJuan Harris suffered a knee injury on an 11-yard screen pass in the second quarter. He rushed for two yards on three carries.
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Bears 34, Raiders 26
The Chicago Bears tuned up for the regular season in impressive fashion with quarterback Jay Cutler directing five first-half scoring drives in a 34-26 victory over the Oakland Raiders.
Bears running back Matt Forte contributed 76 yards rushing on six carries and caught two passes for 33 yards, including a 32 yard touchdown from Cutler in the first quarter. Cutler finished 12-of-21 for 142 yards.
Former Oakland running back Michael Bush scored two touchdowns and Alshon Jeffery caught seven passes for 77 yards for the Bears (2-1), who opened a 27-0 lead in the first half.
One of the bright spots for the Raiders (1-2) was backup quarterback Terrelle Pryor completing seven-of-nine passes for 93 yards and a touchdown and running four times for 37 yards and a TD.
Starting quarterback Matt Flynn was three-of-six for 19 yards and two interceptions.
Rookie cornerback D.J. Hayden, the Raiders' first-round draft pick in April, made his pre-season debut.