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Ken Whisenhunt sounds off on the 13-10 loss to Seattle Sunday and discusses some improvements needed.
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Obviously disappointed this two weeks in a -- we've had a ball on our hands -- into the game with a chance to do something within. We haven't been successful either time so that's obviously this morning so. Tough place to play we had our chances today to to do some things that would have allowed us to win this game and we weren't. Able to execute and that's disappointing but we have to continue to work you know there's some positives from this game. We got to work to clean up our mistakes. And keep pushing we've got to grow up faster is a team. We will do better on third down and we did offensively. So -- -- a lot of things forced to work on -- can tell you is that we're gonna. -- it was a battle the whole way I thought we. -- -- momentum going and halftime but we're playing good football and then we came out second half and just you know we didn't do anything with the first. First drive and then -- in and score a touchdown and you know I think the thing that's most disappointing is just being able to put -- everything. Given hadn't happened the ball at the end. You know with a chance over the fifty yard line to get in there and at least tied up and we India -- -- we had some things that were open and we didn't get to. All in the right spots couple times and I think that's a product to. Getting more familiar with some of our offensive scheme in some of the plays that we had -- we just. You know they just didn't come out that way in the read progression in the second half so I couldn't. In that time.