The facts: The Seahawks fell to 3-7 with a 35-9 road defeat to the Vikings in Week 11.
The upside: Even the worst defeats tend to feature a bright spot or two.
Seattle played the Vikings to a scoreless tie after one quarter.
Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck completed 19 of 26 passes for 231 yards while taking just one sack.
Hasselbeck avoided serious injury despite absorbing an awkward double-hit that appeared to place significant torque on his previously injured back.
Receiver Nate Burleson bounced back from a poor showing against the Cardinals.
Justin Forsett caught eight passes for 80 yards working as a receiver out of the backfield.
Rookie guard Max Unger continued to distinguish himself as arguably the Seahawks' most promising offensive lineman.
Linebacker David Hawthorne finished with 15 tackles and one quarterback hit.
Looking ahead: The Seahawks face the Rams on the road in Week 12.