The facts: The Seahawks fell to 5-10 with a 48-10 road defeat to the Packers in Week 16.
The upside: Even the worst defeats tend to feature a bright spot or two.
Tight end John Carlson scored a touchdown for the third consecutive game. Carlson has six touchdowns this season, one more than he had as a rookie in 2008.
The Seahawks ended a two-game streak without a sack.
The season is almost over.
Center Max Unger continues to develop and looks like a long-term starter.
Seattle ran the ball effectively on its opening drive, moving efficiently into Packers territory before Matt Hasselbeck tossed the first of four interceptions.
The Seahawks cannot fool themselves into thinking things might be OK with only a few tweaks. This performance confirms that the organization must reassess everything at every level.
Looking ahead: The Seahawks face the Titans at home in Week 17.