The Seattle Sehawks put up 121 yards of total offense in the third quarter. They came out of it with three points.
Tarvaris Jackson has had three nice drives for the Seahawks, each one looking better than the next one. Jackson found Doug Baldwin for four yards and Cameron Morrah for 13 yards to get the Seahawks to midfield, but the drive stalled on a few incompletions and Seattle was forced to punt.
After a Cincinnati three-and-out, Seattle encroached into Bengals territory thanks to a few Marshawn Lynch rushes and Jackson connections with Michael Robinson and Ben Obomanu got the Seahawks to the Cincinnati 33. Lynch was stuffed on 3rd and 1 at the Cincy 33 and Seattle elected to punt.
After Richard Sherman intercepted a deep passing play by Andy Dalton, a huge connection between Jackson and Ben Obomanu for 55 yards brought Seattle from their own nine yard line to the Cincinnati 36. A Lynch nine yard rush and a Jackson connection to Sidney Rice for 15 yards helped set up first and goal for Seattle at the ten yard line, but they couldn't get past the seven and had to settle for a Steven Hauschka field goal to cut the lead to eleven.
Seattle is looking better offensively with Jackson in, but they have only three points from his efforts to show for it.