Can TLS defeat the manipulation of TCP sequence numbers?


Assuming there is a powerful adversary who can arbitrarily manipulate the sequence number of each tcp packet, then the following packet-reorder attack should be possible, right?

Assuming the packet the attacker wants to disorder has the tcp sequence number n, he first allows the n+1, n+2, …, n+m packets to be sent out but modifies the sequence-number fields to use numbers n, n+1, …, n + m -1. Finally, the attacker uses the sequence number n+m to send the detained packet.

Is the attack still possible when TLS/SSL is used?