Geno and the Seahawks failed to produce
On a somewhat must-win game for Seattle and even facing a daunting task to go toe to toe with a perineal Superbowl contending team in the Chiefs, Geno Smith and the Seahawks were not able to get anything going. On paper, this game was supposed to be a high-scoring affair between two teams that had question marks on defenses, instead, the Chiefs were the only team that showed up on this frigid game in Kansas City.
Playing in freezing temperatures, the Seattle Seahawks offense was stone cold for the entire game except for a late fourth-quarter drive that they were able to score. Other than that, the offense was stagnant and could not get anything done. Aside from Kenneth Walker III, who ran for 107 scoreless yards, the Seahawks could not find any answer from their anemic offense.
Geno Smith could not deliver on this game throwing for only 215 yards with 1 touchdown and 1 interception. Those numbers from Geno and the Seahawks will not get things done against the Chiefs. The loss of Tyler Lockett due to a finger injury that needed surgery, showed how greatly he was missed in the passing offense. The Seahawks must now quickly find someone to compliment DK Metcalf on this offense if they wish to still reach the playoffs this season.