Although 282 passing yards looks good, Matt Hasselbeck also had two interceptions and a lost fumble.
Running backs: F
There was nowhere for them to run, but averaging 1.7 yards per carry is simply a failure.
Ben Obomanu deserved an A with 159 receiving yards, but there were too many drops, and Deon Butler was targeted 9 times and came up with two catches for 9 total yards.
Offensive line: D
The pass protection wasn’t bad most of the game, but getting no push on the rushing game made the Hawks predictably one-dimensional.
Defensive line: F
The Chiefs pushed them all over the stadium, rushing for 270 yards.
Some of their issues were due to the weakness up front, but none of them had strong games.
The coverage tended to be too soft most of the game, and at times nonexistent. Dwayne Bowe finished with 170 yards on 13 catches.
Special teams: A
This unit kept them in the game with big plays by Kennard Cox, Earl Thomas, Craig Terrill and Leon Washington.
Much of it is personnel related, but the staff has come up with nothing to create a rushing attack. The fade route to Golden Tate on a fourth-and-inches was hardly inspired.