What a difference a second half makes.

Earl Thomas and the Legion of Boom were relentless on Sunday from halftime onward, burying the Indianapolis Colts in a 46-16 rout in Seattle.

No. 29 turned in four solo tackles, seven assisted tackles and a pass defense for good measure, and the Seahawks got two turnovers, forcing the Colts’ Jacoby Brissett to throw a pick and fumble, too.

Coach Pete Carroll summed it up best.

”It was a terrific night. It just took us a while again,” he said. “We finally got going,”