Seattle Seahawks @ Packers: 5 takeaways from Seattle’s 27-17 loss

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Sep 20, 2015; Green Bay, WI, USA; Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch (24) talks with medical staff on the sidelines against the Green Bay Packers during the second half at Lambeau Field. Mandatory Credit: Ray Carlin-USA TODAY Sports

There is still no reason to panic

0-2 sucks. It does, and there’s no reason to deny that it does. Both of these games were ones in which the Seahawks had a chance to win and didn’t get it done.

Now they’re staring up at an Arizona Cardinals team that has a two game lead in the division. That sounds bad, but Seattle was 3 games back of Arizona at one point last season. The Seahawks also have two games against the Cardinals remaining.

There is still plenty of time for the Seahawks to roll over the rest of this division and get themselves into the playoffs. This is especially true since these first two weeks are arguably the toughest part of Seattle’s schedule.

Opening against the Rams and that D-line, on the road and with Seattle’s new O-line still unsettled, was a very unfortunate draw. Getting the Packers in Lambeau the following week was also sub-optimal.

Now they get the Bears without Culter at home, followed by the Lions at home. Both of those teams currently sit at 0-2.

The Seahawks were 2-2 in 2013. They were 2-2 and 4-4 at different points of the 2012 season.

There is no need to panic yet.

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