The stat line next to Jimmy Graham's name after Sunday night's loss to the Green Bay Packers likely wasn't what anybody envisioned when the Seahawks acquired the three-time Pro Bowler.
Graham caught one pass for 11 yards and was targeted just twice.
Postgame, per NFL Media's Mike Silver, Graham "clearly wasn't thrilled" and declined to answer any questions.
The Seahawks traded long-time center Max Unger and a first-round draft pick in the offseason to acquire Graham in hopes of boosting their offense.
But through two games, Graham has just seven receptions for 62 yards. The offensive line has been a question mark without Unger, and as a result, the running game has also suffered.
It's still just two weeks into the regular season, but the Seahawks struggles are magnified with the off-the-field issues (Kam Chancellor holdout), as well as the expectations surrounding the team.