Yes, you're reading that right. The Seattle Seahawks have put out an outstanding effort to start their game against the Baltimore Ravens.
Seattle went three and out on their first drive, and it looked like the Ravens would start working things right against the Seahawks. But after Torrey Smith and David Reed had successive 16 yard rushes to put the Ravens in field goal range, a 50 yard field goal by Billy Cundiff came up short.
The Seahawks started at their own 40, and Tarvaris Jackson hooked up with Zach Miller for six yards and Marshawn Lynch twice for 21 and 23 yards. Lynch punched it in for one yard to give Seattle a 7-0 lead. Reed then fumbled the ensuing kick return, setting up a chip shot Steven Hauschka field goal to put the Seahawks up 10-0.