After suffering a tough loss to the San Francisco 49ers on Thanksgiving, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Geno Smith is eager to “turn things around” as the team gears up for their next game.
The Seahawks fell 30-23 to the 49ers in a disappointing defeat for Smith and his teammates. Despite a valiant effort, mistakes and missed opportunities ultimately cost Seattle the game.
In the post-game press conference, Smith expressed his determination to bounce back from the loss and improve his performance for the remainder of the season.
“I know we didn’t get the result we wanted today, but I’m not going to dwell on it,” Smith said. “I’m going to use this as motivation to work even harder and help lead this team to a better outcome next time.”
The Seahawks have had a challenging season so far, and with their playoff hopes dwindling, Smith knows that the team needs to step up their game in order to stay in contention.
“We’ve got a lot of work to do, but I have faith in this team,” Smith said. “We have the talent and the drive to turn things around, and I’m committed to doing whatever it takes to help us succeed.”
As the Seahawks prepare for their next game, Smith and the rest of the team will be looking to regroup and come back stronger than ever. With Smith’s determination and leadership, the Seahawks are hopeful that they can turn their season around and finish strong.
The Seahawks are set to face off against the Pittsburgh Steelers in their next matchup, and fans are eager to see if Smith and the team can deliver a much-needed win.