The Seattle offense was at its best on Sunday, and a quick look at the drive chart shows just how sharp it performed.
The Seahawks scored on eight of their 14 drives, although that number is deceptively low, as two of the drives were kneel-downs at the end of both halves. The Seahawks also missed a field goal and went for it on 4th-and-1 at the 16, meaning they could’ve just as easily scored on 10 of their 14 drives after scoring on just two of 25 series in the previous two games.
Another positive sign from Sunday’s win? The Seahawks had only one three-and-out and one punt.