Updated Oct 8, 2013 - 10:21 am
Where the Seahawks' offense can stand to improve
By Brady Henderson
The Seahawks had scored all of 10 points in the first quarters of their first four games before matching that total with a field goal and a touchdown on their their first two drives of Sunday's loss to Indianapolis.
While Seattle might have fixed its slow-start problem, another offensive issue remains.
The Seahawks converted just two of 12 third-down chances, continuing a season-long trend for an offense that has had a hard time sustaining drives. Seattle is 20 for 65 on third down this season, which equates to a 30.8 percent conversaion rate that ranks 27th in the NFL.
Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby share additional thoughts on the Seahawks' third-down struggles in the video above.
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