Though one winning streak has ended, the Seattle Seahawks are poised to make sure another continues.
Looking to bounce back from their first regular-season defeat in 10 games, the Seahawks try for an 11th consecutive home victory Sunday against the Tennessee Titans.
Seattle (4-1) led 12-0 early against Indianapolis on Sunday and controlled much of the game, but was outscored 11-0 in the fourth quarter en route to a 34-28 defeat. The Seahawks had won nine in a row in the regular season since a 24-21 defeat at Miami on Nov. 25.
"I don't want to get real good at this," coach Pete Carroll said. "I don't want to get good at playing after losses, but we need to handle it well, but I'm curious to see if we do.
"We'll take care of that stuff day by day and watch what is going on and listen to them and make sure we're on track and getting a great preparation."
Though there's obviously no need to panic, the Seahawks will look to address some issues on both sides of the ball.
A team that...