RENTON, Wash. (AP) — Pete Carroll referred to his 8-1 team with the best record in the NFC as "a work in progress."
He's exactly right. The Seattle Seahawks may be leading the NFC thanks to the best start in team history, but the past two weeks have exposed a number of their flaws. They continue to have a propensity for starting slow, their run defense has been poor and quarterback Russell Wilson has been exposed to far more hits than Seattle would like to see its quarterback take.
Still, the Seahawks are finding ways to win despite the problems. The latest came Sunday when they rallied from 21-0 down to beat Tampa Bay 27-24 in overtime. It was the Seahawks 12th straight win at home, tying the franchise record for consecutive home wins.
Created: Mon, 04 Nov 2013 07:17:38 EST
Updated: Mon, 04 Nov 2013 07:17:38 EST