Besides the three turnovers and special teams struggles, there’s really no way to look at this game, other than the fact that Seattle failed to get the ball in the end zone offensively, despite rushing for a season-high 179 yards on the ground.
Naturally, the majority of the blame is going to fall on the quarterback. Seattle had 10 possessions. The Seahawks punted four times. Quarterback Russell Wilson threw three interceptions. Seattle scored two field goals and they got one touchdown on the first possession of the game.
And that’s not good enough when you’re defense is playing as well as they are right now, and the rest of the team knows it.