Three and out: 3 takeaways from Seahawks Week 10 loss to Bucs

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The Seattle Seahawks fell flat against Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 10 in Germany, a game in that we witnessed Geno Smith and the Seahawks offense struggle for the first time in a long while this season. Now the Seahawks go on their bye and try to regroup and re-focus towards the stretch drive and try to make the playoffs.

It was a frustrating game to watch but we give credit to the Bucs defense for making it tough for the Seahawks to move the ball over. However, the Bucs were not as good as a team this year compared to the past 2 seasons, and with their own struggles and the Seahawks still had no answer for them last Sunday.

Luckily for the Seahawks, they head over to their bye, get refreshed and heal up and be ready for Week 12.

Three thoughts from the Seahawks Week 10 loss

The defeat dropped the Seahawks’ record back to 6-4 but still lead the NFC West division by a small margin over the 49ers. This loss serves as a wake-up call and learning experience for the relatively young Seahawks team which will bode well for them in the long run. We will see how this team responds to this setback after enjoying 4 straight weeks of winning.

With the regular season dwindling down and the playoffs in sight, the Seattle Seahawks still have a lot of work to do in order to reach that goal.  Now we look at what happened last Sunday in Germany for the Seahawks.