Just because a lot of illogical things have happened in the first four weeks does not mean that trend will continue forever.
There is certainly a perfect storm brewing for a big game at Carolina. The Seahawks ultra conservative gameplan has backfired in games 3 and 4. Too many of Wilson's throws are on 3rd down. That is not protecting your QB. By going with a run-run-pass strategy, they are not allowing Wilson to easily establish a rhythm. Pete is not stupid, and I think by now he has probably recognized this problem and is making changes to the gameplan.
Meanwhile, this is a rare east coast game that doesn't start at 10am. Carolina has a terrible defense that runs the kind of porous zone defense that will give you flashbacks to the Seahawks zone coverages in 2009. Their pass rush is ordinary. The Seahawks have played four good defenses in the first four games. This defense is probably the worst they will face all season.
I see a good game for Wilson, with a very high completion rate, and probably over 200 yards passing. I think Newton and Smith will score some points, and force the Seahawks into a faster paced game, which is generally where Wilson shines the brightest.