Well, at least they lasted a half.
The Seattle Seahawks were outscored 17-7 in the second half during their 23-13 loss to the Cowboys. Though there were signs of improvement, the Seahawks still couldn't figure out a formula to right the ship on the road as they dropped their fourth out of five games away from home.
ESPN dropped the Seahawks one spot to no. 28 but noted that the ground game showed some life, with Marshawn Lynch rushing for 135 yards and a touchdown. Unfortunately, the Ravens are up next, so, um, have fun next week, Marshawn.
Sportsline dropped the Seahawks one spot to no. 28 as well but picked on a passing attack that still hasn't seemed to find an answer. Tavaris Jackson wasn't bad but he wasn't good either. At the end of the day, there will have to be yet another change at that position before anything changes for this offense.
And if it wasn't for the travesty that is the Indianapolis Colts, the Seahawks would be last in the SBNation rankings but, they'll have to live with being no. 31 for now, dropping two spots from last week.