The Seattle Seahawks dropped a game for the first time this season, losing on the road 34-28 to the Indianapolis Colts. This was an incredibly entertaining back-and-forth game, even if the result wasn't what the Seahawks and their fans had in mind.
The Seahawks finally overcame their tendency to start slow as they jumped out to an early lead. Unfortunately, Seattle wilted down the stretch on both sides of the ball, and seemed to just run out of steam in the fourth quarter.
So just who was responsible for the quick start, and who was to blame for giving up the lead late? Let's find out with this week's report card.
- A's are reserved for individual players who dominated the opposition.
- B's are for players who played well but didn't dominate.
- C grades are given to players who struggled for most of the game.
- D's are for players who truly struggled and were occasionally dominated by the opposition.
- F grades are rare and reserved only for players who were completely dominated by the other team on almost every play.
- + and - modifiers to bridge the gaps inside those definitions.
All stats are taken from NFL.com.