The Seattle Seahawks have been on a red hot start through the first four games of the season.
Against the Minnesota Vikings, however, they have been looking like a shell of themselves on offense.
The Vikings led 13-0 at the half, with the offensive line struggling to giving quarterback Russell Wilson the time he needs to make plays.
Some alarming stats for the game: Wilson had as many yards lost in sacks (4/27) as he does in the air (6/31).
The total offense for the Seahawks is only 45 total yards as of now.
This is also the sixth time in Wilson’s career that they have been scoreless at halftime.
The Vikings also have had 15 first downs in this first half, while the Seahawks ran only 18 plays so far.
According to teamrankings.com, the Seahawks average 17.0 points in the first half this season.
This is not the Seahawks team we are used to seeing every Sunday so far this season.
Despite the slow start, Seahawks safety Jamal Adams is in good spirits in hoping that Wilson will come through for the Seahawks in the second half.
Will just have to wait and see what the Seahawks can do in the second half against the Vikings.
The good news is the Seahawks score the second-most points in the second half, only out dueled by the Packers.