Russell Wilson threw no touchdowns, two interceptions, was sacked six times, and the Seattle did not convert on third down until 2:11 left in the fourth quarter.
Those are the bullet points of one of Seattle's worst offensive showings of the season in a 14-5 loss at Tampa Bay.
The Bucs got out to a 14-0 lead on two Jameis Winston to Mike Evans touchdown passes in the first quarter.
Seattle got on the board after coach Pete Carroll challenged that an offensive hold happened Tampa Bay's end zone. The officials agreed, and the Seahawks were awarded a safety.
A 43-yard Steven Hauschka field goal completed the scoring for both teams. Neither team put up points in the second half.