Complete coverage, analysis, stats, highlights and more of the Seahawks' 14-5 loss Sunday to the Buccaneers in Tampa, Florida.
The Seattle Seahawks (7-3-1) were without key defenders and had little depth at running back in Tampa on Sunday, and it showed as they fell 14-5 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-5) at Raymond James Stadium. It was Seattle’s first loss by more than 7 points since Week 8 of 2011.
You can get our complete coverage, commentary, analysis and photos from our Seattle Times reporters, columnists and photographers below. This post will update throughout the evening.
- Seahawks’ response to loss will be telling | Larry Stone
- What national media are saying about Seahawks’ loss to Buccaneers: ‘They have a lot of work to do’
- Doug Baldwin says Seahawks didn’t play well. Was it an aberration? | Larry Stone
- Pete Carroll on Seahawks’ loss: ‘They outplayed us and they beat us up front’
- Russell Wilson takes blame on interceptions, but Pete Carroll says it’s not all his fault
- Seahawks’ offensive line struggles to explain what went wrong
- Thomas Rawls shows staying power in second game back for Seahawks
- Russell Wilson ran more than ever — but unfortunately he needed to
- Did Buccaneers’ Mike Evans win his matchup vs. Richard Sherman? We take a closer look.
- Grading the game: Seahawks’ offensive line gives Russell Wilson little time to work, defense hangs in vs. Buccaneers
- Seahawks settled down, but couldn’t overcome offensive miscues vs. Bucs
- Seattle sports world reacts to Seahawks’ terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day
- First impressions: Russell Wilson, Seahawks sputter on offense in loss
- Rookie Joey Hunt starts at center for Seahawks
- Seahawks inactives: Earl Thomas, DeShawn Shead, Brock Coyle out
- Photos from Raymond James Stadium
- Seahawks-Buccaneers: Box score and stats
- NFL scoreboard