Seattle Seahawks piled the misery on Detroit Lions as they held on for a 13-10 victory at CenturyLink Field to condemn their opponents to a fourth straight loss.

Russell Wilson threw 287 yards and one touchdown for the Seahawks as they set up a commanding 13-3 lead going into the final quarter, only for Carauan Reid's touchdown for the Lions to make a game of it.

The Lions drove down in search of the go-ahead touchdown and they were only denied by a superb defensive play by Kam Chancellor, who knocked the ball out of Calvin Johnson's hand as he was about to cross the goal line at the death.

It saved the day for the Seahawks, who are now 2-2, while things are looking far from rosy for Detroit, slipping to 0-4.