Despite the return as well as addition of key defensive players, notably Safety Jamal Adams and recently acquired Defensive Lineman Carlos Dunlap, the Seattle Seahawks already maligned defense gave up the most points of any Pete Carroll coached team in his pro football career in a 44-34 loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday (Nov. 8).
The Hawks got out of the gate slowly giving up two touchdowns to Buffalo on their first two possessions which bookended a 3-and-out by Seattle on offense. Quickly digging themselves a 14-0 hole, Seattle could never right the ship as MVP candidate Russell Wilson was atypically off in throwing two interceptions as well as fumbling twice.


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