If you want to beat the Seahawks in Seattle -- something no NFL team has done since 2011 -- the best plan seems to be emptying your playbook. That's what the Buccaneers did in the first half against the Seahawks and it helped Tampa jump out to a 21-7 lead.
With the Buccaneers at the Seattle two-yard line, Tampa ran a designed running back jump-pass for a touchdown. The Seahawks may have been ready for a run and they may have been ready for a pass, but they weren't ready for both on the same play.
(Wink of the CBS Eye to Cork Gaines on Twitter)