Today 'Hawks fans can laugh it up or perhaps turn a blind eye, but this wasn't the kind of game, at least offensively, I'd like to revisit. Although, it's all anyone is going to talk about this week.
The good news is that defense did a solid job of taking on Aaron Rodgers with a bend but don't break approach and held the once vaunted Packers attack to 12 points, but sadly the 'Hawks could only counter with 14 points of their own.
This week that's good enough, but in the weeks to come it probably won't cut it. Next week the Seahawks will venture to St. Louis to face the 1-2 Rams, but need to be careful of falling into the trap of underestimating their opponent.
On paper it's a game the 'Hawks should win and that's what scares me.
Luck favored the 'Hawks this week, but against the Rams we will need to see more from this offense than just Marshawn Lynch plugging away towards the 100-yard mark while Russell Wilson learns on the job.
Yes, it's a formula that's worked so far, but personally I feel the 'Hawks have a chance to experiment a bit in St. Louis by opening up the playbook while the defense holds down the fort.
Not sure if Pete Carroll will take that approach next Sunday, but at some point he will probably need to...