Josh Jacobs ran through the Seattle defense once again, going untouched on an 86-yard touchdown run, to give the Las Vegas Raiders a dominating win over the Seahawks, 40-34 in overtime on Sunday night, before a crowd of 68,849 at Lumen Field afternoon. (Three Things We Learned From Surprising Overtime Loss To The Seahawks' Raiders) The loss knocked the Seahawks (6–5) out of first place in the NFC West and out of the NFC playoff picture entirely. Three Immediate Reactions To The Game: In Bad Shape The Seahawks had trouble running the ball on offense...and had trouble stopping the run on defense. That's usually a recipe for disaster... and it certainly was on Sunday. The Seahawks had no answer for Jacobs. And that, frankly, was the story of this game. In the Raiders' second overtime drive, Jacobs cut through the Seahawks' defense, right up the middle... and into the end zone. really impressive. Jacobs finished with a franchise-record 229 rushing yards on 33 carries, with touchdown runs of 30 and 86 yards. The Raiders finished with 576 yards of total offense, the third most yards the Seahawks have allowed in any game. Is It Time To Worry? OK, yes. Absolutely. Run defense is not only a cause for concern, but the Seahawks haven't been able to run the ball on their own. The Raiders outgained the Seahawks 283–65, the third time in the last four games Seattle has been limited to less than 90 rushing yards. Rookie Kenneth Walker III had two touchdown runs, but the Seahawks' running game was not a factor. After being limited to just 17 yards on 10 carries in a loss to Tampa Bay (on a slippery surface in Germany), Walker finished with 26 yards on 14 carries. The Seahawks' problems on both sides of the ball are clear right now. They have to find a way to run the ball... and find a way to stop the run. Missed Opportunities Geno Smith and the offense had opportunities to end the game. Early in the fourth quarter, Smith fumbled on a bad trade with Walker at the Las Vegas 23-yard line. The Raiders made a comeback. At the end of regulation, with the score tied, the Seahawks got the ball back with 1:54 to go ... but they couldn't muster much. DK Metcalf made a sideline catch in overtime after a long review, and Max Crosby sacked Smith on the next play, forcing Seattle to punt. In OT, the Seahawks went three-and-out in their own possession. Smith's stats show a good game: 328 yards, two touchdowns, one interception, one lost fumble. But the lack of a complementary running game and missed opportunities at key moments ultimately showed the Seahawks falling short. Now What? The Seahawks have some work to do to get back on the playoff scene. The 49ers' 13-0 victory at home over New Orleans on Sunday put San Francisco (7-4) in the driving seat atop the NFC West. The loss to the Seahawks has them completely out of the playoffs for now. The Washington Commanders (7-5) moved into the seventh and final spot in the NFC playoffs, with the Seahawks now in eighth. The good news is that the Seahawks play four of their last six games at home. They will travel to Los Angeles next week for their season opener against the Rams, followed by a home game against the Carolina Panthers on December 11.