How important is today's game?

Seattle under Pete have over 0-2 starts twice in his tenure... it's not ideal.

I have zero trust in the DEF but losing our tackles makes things look really bleak. We looked more like how people expected the Seahawks to look like in 2022.
 
Glad to be proven wrong and to see the DEF show signs of life.

3 Forced Turnovers, 2 Sacks and late game pressure was huge.

I still hate Waldron's play calling; in the 2nd and 3rd Quarter he was great... but that last drive where he called play action (incomplete) and another pass play was moronic. Should have run it twice.
 
Glad to be proven wrong and to see the DEF show signs of life.

3 Forced Turnovers, 2 Sacks and late game pressure was huge.

I still hate Waldron's play calling; in the 2nd and 3rd Quarter he was great... but that last drive where he called play action (incomplete) and another pass play was moronic. Should have run it twice.
I agree, I think hought he was different today. Much of that is owing to compensating for losing our tackles.

The number of times Geno avoided sacks was remarkable. What a truly amazing game he had.
 
We showed some our trademark fight.

Defense is slowly forming an identity.

I'm already in love with Spoon. Love, love, love him.

OL depth showing out.

Geno is ridiculous in the 10AM window
 
We showed some our trademark fight.

Defense is slowly forming an identity.

I'm already in love with Spoon. Love, love, love him.

OL depth showing out.

Geno is ridiculous in the 10AM window
Yep, Spoon will just get better with every game.
 
I do want to give credit to Waldron; he ran enough.

21 attempts with Walker, Charbonnet and Dallas; while it was a bad ypc day he still ran deep into the 4th quarter and in OT.
 
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