26. Seattle Seahawks

Last Week's Rank: 28
Record: 2 - 5
This Week: L vs. Cincinnati, 12-34
Up Next: @ Cowboys, 1:00 Sunday
Trending: Neutral

The Seahawks' offense showed improvement from last week's terrible performance as they had over 400 yards which was 155 more yards than the Bengals. All that didn't really matter though as Cincinnati beat them in that statistical category that still remains the most important—ya know, scoring. Bengals rookie QB Andy Dalton outscored the entire Seahawks offense by throwing for two touchdowns, while the defense and special teams units tacked on another two more to put the game completely out of hand. Seattle's offense remained extremely one-dimensional as they only put up a measly 61 rushing yards, maintaining their rep as the second worst rushing team in the league. Marshawn Lynch—who's only had 263 rushing yards this whole season—expressed his frustration after the game but remained hopeful: "I know we went to the playoffs last year with a 7-9 record, so I am a believer." Right, keep telling yourself that. We're pretty sure Pete Carroll and the Seattle front office are already checking out their chances of getting a top pick in the 2012 Draft. #suckforluck —Ralph Warner