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.